AI is way, way ,way off actually. Unless you can provide evidence of anyone of any decent reputation in the field who believes otherwise? Professional opinion has more weight than your obviously uninformed conjecture so present please.Djacob7 wrote: ↑February 7th, 2019, 1:30 amThe day isn't too far when machines will be more intelligent than humans. Not in all areas, but certainly in making and fixing things, including themselves.Burning ghost wrote: ↑February 7th, 2019, 12:55 amHumanity is wonderful. If you are antihuman then ... well, er ...
We’re intelligent because we’re capable of more and able to fix things (including ourselves). Inevitably all species wil be gone one day, but we’re certainly quite different to other species (the confused ape as Sa-olsky puts it; neither one thing or the other).
You do at least understand that a calculator is not intelligent right? Computers compute, they don’t think. The first computers were humans, but we’re not very good as logic and number crunching so faster machines were created to do the leg work for us.
Robots are not intelligent. Lots of labour is/will be replaced by automated units for sure. There isn’t anyone in the field of AI to my knowledge that believes AI is likely to happen anytime soon - if you meant within the next 100 years then maybe? Within 5, no chance. Within 20, highly improbable but even so we’re likely to see AI develop incrementally not overnight so we’ll have time to discuss these issues as and when they develop.
But you seem to think we’re all robots anyway so I guess it doesn’t matter what I say?