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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-23-2018, 12:58 AM - Thread Starter
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[SingularityHub]DeepMind’s New Research Plan to Make Sure AI Is Safe

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Making sure artificial intelligence does what we want and behaves in predictable ways will be crucial as the technology becomes increasingly ubiquitous. It’s an area frequently neglected in the race to develop products, but DeepMind has now outlined its research agenda to tackle the problem.
Is this suppose to be a joke? Safe for who? The global elite? Yeah maybe them. Hitler was basically one of these guys who literally had no mercy and look at the trail of destruction he caused. Let's not forget about last year with Microsoft with Tay.

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I think they already have AGI running but they are not going to show it until they are finished their business which is what work is, right? It seems that all the data collection is down to collecting this intelligence and then someone will simply connect everything including your phone, and our minds to this. Eventually, they'll control us and to corporations and algorithms will simply run through.

All you science nerds out there and technology nerds out there, you are being exploited of your greatness and they'll simply throw you on out the street once they're done with you but I think you already know that, right?

They'll simply place us into a maze one day and do some crazy experiments on us to see how far we can take it. Maybe we are one already? Love black mirror. It is beautiful stuff.

Please do your best to ensure that your identity isn't stolen by these thugs who don't care about and simply want to you part of their assembly factory.



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Not sure how to participate in this discussion at all without ranting. I've been banging this drum for years but everyone loves giving up their privacy, and to be quite honest we're well past the point of no return. There is no way to go back on the parasitic monitoring systems we've put in place. Orwell would be surprised, because he never would have guessed people would line up to purchase the instruments of their subservience.


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Let's create a god with random properties and then try to control it. Sounds like a good idea. What could go wrong. This is literally Stalin tier. Literally.

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