The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a Technocrat bonanza gone wild. Your car used to be a private spot where you could ‘get away from it all’ but now that is over. Technocrats will use every sensor in the car, plus new ones, to monitor and analyze each occupant.
Considering this as a leadup to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, it could nothing more than an expensive publicity stunt. Or, it could be that Elon Musk’s AI program had it in for the Russian-made AI that controls Promobot.
Ford Motor Company will be the first to use 5G to enable ubiquitous communication between autos, traffic signals, cell phones. This also gives a clue as to when 5G will be fully rolled out to the nation.
Whether intentional or not, AI algorithms inherit the biases of their creators. It is absolutely unacceptable that any AI could learn to deceive those who are served by it.
Different cultures give different answers, and the there is obviously no rigid commonality between nations. When AI programs are created, however, they must start with a moral judgement as to how their programs will behave.
Here is an interesting opinion piece regarding a very serious moral dilemma facing autonomous vehicles: If their occupants are willing to trust their lives to AI driving, then they should be the first to risk their lives when a choice presents itself. Innocent bystanders should never be put at risk
The latest smart phones scan your face to identify you and to unlock the device. Clever researchers have found that a common 3D printer can print a replica of your face/head that works just as well as your real face.
Nvidia’s technology is creepy enough just by itself, but it can be used to take your image and then make it say anything they want without detecting fakery. Nvidia is a leader in graphics, AI, Smart City technology and facial recognition.
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.