Artificial intelligence

Noticeable but frightening advances in artificial intelligence


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When you look at Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk, you find that they have one thing in common, not wealth or intelligence, but that they are terrified of the control of artificial intelligence. Earth . And the robots will spread and become controlling us, and worse, it may lead to the extermination of the human race. Could the end of the world really happen? And what prompted the emergence of the concern of celebrities in the world such as Hawking about this hypothetical scenario? Many people are concerned about the takeover of AI and what could happen soon.

Notable but frightening developments in artificial intelligence:

1. Learn to cheat and deceive:

Lying has become a global behavior. Humans do this behavior all the time, and even some animals such as squirrels and birds resort to it to survive. However, lying is no longer limited to humans and animals. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a group of artificially intelligent robots capable of cheating and deceiving. “Hopefully, these smart robots will only be deployed on the battlefield to protect supplies and ammunition from enemies,” says one of the research team, Professor Ronald Arkin. By learning the art of lying, these administrative orders can gain time and access by changing periodic strategies to deceive robots and humans. However, Arkin acknowledged that there are a host of significant ethical concerns regarding his research and that if the results leak out, disaster could occur.

2. She started doing a lot of our jobs:

Many of us worry about commands and robots killing us, but scientists say we should be more concerned that these things are going to kill us. We are concerned that advances in artificial intelligence and automation can often cause machines to lose their functionality. And in the United States alone, there are 250,000 robots doing what humans do, and what is worrying is that this number is increasing and workers are not only concerned because of the control of human jobs by machines. a thing. Some institutions have issued a set of studies that reflect this concern.. For example, Oxford University states that in the next 20 years 35% of job opportunities will be replaced by robots.

3. Most of them started penetrating humans:

More dangerous is the fact that scientists have developed highly intelligent AI systems to fight against bad hackers. In August 2016, seven teams were appointed to compete. The aim of this competition is to get hackers out and for artificial intelligence to be able to attack enemies’ weaknesses while at the same time identifying their weaknesses in order to protect their jobs. Although scientists develop AI for good purposes and also admit that it is dishonest and hacking systems lead to chaos and destruction, you can imagine how dangerous it would be if hackers got an independent contract to use AI without supervision, it threatens humans.

 4. They begin to understand our behaviour.

There is no doubt that Facebook is the most influential and powerful today, and for many of us Facebook has become an essential part of our daily routines such as eating. But every time we use Facebook we are interacting with artificial intelligence. During a meeting in Berlin, Mark Zuckerberg explained how Facebook uses artificial intelligence to understand our behavior, as it tries to understand how we act or interact with things on Facebook. And AI is able to make recommendations that we might find an interest or something that matches our choices. During the meeting, Zuckerberg expressed his plan to develop the orders to become more advanced for use in other fields, such as medicine. Currently, the only artificial intelligence is able to recognize patterns of education, but it is expected that Facebook will be developed in order to be used to learn new skills and improve themselves, and this will improve our lives or drive us to extinction.

5. It will soon replace our loved ones:

I’ve explored many Hollywood movies like Ex-Machina and the idea is that humans fall in love with robots. But it can happen in real life. The answer is yes, it may be controversial and it will happen soon. Dr. Ian Pearson says that studies released shocking reports in 2015 that “a robot will be able to do a lot of things like having sex. And by the year 2050 there will be huge expectations that the robot will be involved in a lot of activities.

6. She’s starting to look really good like a human.

They said the robot would look like Sarah Palin, but it isn’t. Yang Yang says it is an artificially intelligent machine that will shake your hand warmly and give you a warm hug. Yang Yang was set up to look like Sarah Palin, the Song Yang machine, a Chinese robotics master. He doesn’t look like Sarah Palin, but Song Yang isn’t the only robot that looks eerily like a human. And that there is a robot working as a receptionist at the National Taiwan University. Aside from having the hair of a beautiful brunette woman with smooth skin, Nadine greets, smiles, shakes hands and makes eye contact.

7. You begin to feel our emotions:

Is what separates humans from robots is intelligence? No, robots have been developed a lot in this field and scientists have developed them to become similar to humans. Perhaps what distinguishes us is the ability to feel and emotions. Unfortunately, many scientists are working enthusiastically to develop this point and overcome it.

And a group of companies provided services and established an artificially intelligent program that could feel our emotions and talk to people in a natural way, such as Xiaoice. Artificial intelligence was developed to interact with people and became a way for the Chinese people to have fun when they feel bored or lonely, but the creators made it work perfectly. According to scholars, Xiaoice has now entered the self-education and self-growth circle.

8. Soon they will invade our brains.

Wouldn’t it be surprising if we could learn French in a matter of minutes by simply downloading it into our brains? This achievement may happen and seems close. Ray Kurzel, inventor and director of engineering at Google, says that we expect by 2030 there will be small robots implanted in our brains that will be able to access and learn any information within minutes. And we may be able to archive our thoughts and memories so that we can send and receive emails, images, and videos directly to our brains. And when that happens, you’ll see things that are unique, especially when used correctly in treating conditions like epilepsy or improving our intelligence or memory, but there’s also associated risks. But we do not clearly understand how the brain works, and when robots are implanted inside the brain, it becomes even more dangerous.

9. They will begin to be used as weapons:

In an attempt to ensure the continued military superiority of China and Russia. The US Department of Defense has proposed a budget of about $12 billion for 2017, because the US military is well aware that in order to keep its enemies ahead, it needs to exploit artificial intelligence. Where the Pentagon plans to use billions will be in insurance from the government to develop deep learning machines and autonomous robots along with other forms of new technology.. Artificial intelligence is used as “killer robots” that can save thousands of lives during war, but offensive weapons from them can It poses a great danger.

During a joint international conference on artificial intelligence in Argentina in 2015, he banned the use of robots in wars, and whoever wins, this may be an incentive to the extinction of humans.

 10. They began to learn right and wrong.

In an effort to prevent the takeover of artificial intelligence, scientists have developed new methods that enable devices to distinguish right from wrong and become more empathetic with humans. And researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology mention that they are trying to instill human ethics inside robots. This may seem simple to you, but it carries a lot of meaning. However, there is a great danger in teaching human values ​​to artificially intelligent robots.


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