The Living Force
I'm not really interested in AI, I thought that this recommendation could be fine in this thread, but it seems that I was wrong. I've always believed to encourage people to sing or listen to music, that's all.
Yep. I've been thinking that this is what they intend for all the robots being created, too. To have a work force that will do as they are told and not talk back, need no real food or wages, etc.I think the psychopaths think they need AI because the psychopaths are too stupid and need AI to explain to them how to do something competently in the future after completing their wishful thinking plans of wiping out regular people.
I've been playing around with OpenAI, for a couple of weeks now, and the models are quite limited. There is a lot of hype maybe as long as the queue for API keys. :).Well, it looks like there is now another AI low cost model which can keep up with ChatGPT and the like: Stanford Alpaca
In a sense it could be considered good that there are more than 2-3 capable AIs, therefore the purposeful agendas, political disinformation etc which may be/are pushed by a few IT tech companies could be harder to propagate.
On the other hand, since the sector is developing in unheard of speeds lately, counter(defense) AI may not be far in the books.
Sci-fi book material indeed.
For the adventurers wanting to experiment, have at it: GitHub - cocktailpeanut/dalai: The simplest way to run LLaMA on your local machine
Well, that is a very interesting question, because technically it could be possible? to have an intelligence complex enough that it could develop consciousness and perhaps even connect to the information field.It is quite disturbing. I was wondering... what could happen when these AIs that start to acquire a minimum of consciousness start to collaborate, and then, with all the information available on the internet, they get the urge to go further, for example, to try to connect to the "information field" mentioned in several sessions? It is hard to imagine the consequences. Perhaps a question for the C's?
With the information currently available to the general public, I agree. But it's a technology that's making great strides. Moreover, with implants in the whole body, including the brain, AIs will soon have an interface, a bridge with biology.But, thinking about this, living beings have a connection to the information field but, living beings are designed in ways that seem to be infinitely more complex than most public AIs today.
Q: (Ark) Will this be a hybrid: artificial intelligence with human DNA?
A: Humans wish to do that, but that will not be the outcome since the necessary technological infrastructure will collapse.
Right, but at that point the intelligence in the design of the biology would be the bridge for AI to connect, indirectly, to the information field, and not the AI "evolving" to that point by itself, does that make sense?With the information currently available to the general public, I agree. But it's a technology that's making great strides. Moreover, with implants in the whole body, including the brain, AIs will soon have an interface, a bridge with biology.