It has already been demonstrated that AI algorithms exhibit the biases of their creators, so why not murderous intents as well? Technocrats are so absorbed with their Pollyanna inventions that they cannot see the logical end of their existence.
By Conversus own admission, its system is wrong 14% of the time, i.e., it only tells the truth about 86% of the time and after that, it lies. Yes, the lie detector lies when it mis-judges you, and it can negatively change the course of your life.
It’s only a chess game this time, but in real life do we really want AI that “readily sacrificed its soldiers for a better position in the skirmish… placing far less value on individual pieces.”? Intuition is a characteristic of the human soul, which inert AI can never duplicate.
Herein lies the problem: Surveillance produces a tsunami of data that cannot be analyzed fast enough without a) supercomputers and b) Artificial Intelligence. Technocrats are in their element.
As a Technocracy, China seeks maximum efficiency and maximum human displacement. The policies, coupled with draconian social engineering, is anti-human as it eliminates human values and dignity.
Technocrats who are obsessed with becoming aliens in the galaxy are turning to AI (think, HAL 9000) to operate all the technological systems required to keep fragile humans alive. Mars is their first major target. What could possibly go wrong?
Technocrat Toby Walsh spoke on the future of AI: “Society shapes technology and technology can shape society.” Technocracy is all about social engineering, or shaping society, into man’s image. AI is not the solution to the world’s “wicked” problems.
Restaurants have traditionally provided a solid foundation for entry-level jobs in society. As robots displace young workers, the possibility exists that, after the novelty wears off, the public will completely reject restaurant automation, leaving Technocrat inventors shaking their heads.
Autonomous weaponry is poised to be thrust into the military market and used by the world’s leading nations. But an expert in artificial intelligence believes…