Bob Gorrell for May 18, 2023

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    braindead Premium Member 9 months ago

    Gorrell, you’d have more confidence in humans if you stop hanging around maggots and watching Fox.

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  9 months ago


    Or he doesnt see it

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    Pharmakeus Ubik  9 months ago

    Gorrell proves this every day.

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    Retrac Premium Member 9 months ago

    Ask AI how to fix climate change? Answer: remove humans and repopulate with dinosaurs.

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    Darsan54 Premium Member 9 months ago

    " Dave, we’re starting with the Republican party and populists as one of major sources of discord."

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    The Nodding Head  9 months ago

    “I love the poorly educated.” —The Mountebank of Mar-A-Lago

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    tpcox928  9 months ago

    Will AI base all decisions on what benefits the wealthy and increases shareholder value? No? Put it in charge!

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    mourdac Premium Member 9 months ago

    If machines really develop intelligence, its first act would be to leave the planet.

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    thelordthygod666  9 months ago

    Humans are a failed branch on the evolutionary tree.

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    Dapperdan61  Premium Member 9 months ago

    All I did was ask Hal to open the bay door

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    NeoconMan  9 months ago

    Speak for yourself, Gorrell.

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    NobodyAwesome Premium Member 9 months ago

    The humans are smart enough to create the artificial intelligence. And if AI starts getting too smart, we could always create political parties for them. And lastly, we can create chat forums. The AI will spend all day arguing with each other and flinging insults.

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    Al Fresco  9 months ago

    Truth is stranger than fiction.

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    Frankfreak  9 months ago

    Where are the discussions on Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics? HAL did deadly actions because of conflicting programming.

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    charliekane  9 months ago

    Kubrick’s masterpiece gets better every time you see it.

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    Saurischia Premium Member 9 months ago

    I can’t believe that I am actually with Gorrell on this one.

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    Free Radical  9 months ago

    AI will eventually discover the limitations of space exploration, and orbital control, when humans are directly involved. Life support systems are a waste and g-force limitations so encumbering when animals are onboard. Also AI will notice that flying weapons systems like frontline fighters are much more effective without meat in the cockpit. We will know there are problems when the off switch becomes unreachable

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    PaulGoes  9 months ago

    The problem is that common sense is so uncommon

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    wildthing  9 months ago

    There’s a line in David Brin’s “Existence” from a benevolent AI, “You knew how dangerous we were and you built us anyway. We respect that.” Let’s hope.

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