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General Project Discussion / Re: Determined and at the core of AI.
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 05:35:39 am »
I HAVE WENT CRAZY

I WENT TO THE HOSPITAL AND SEEN A PSYCHOLOGIST

I WILL BE TAKING MAJOR TRANQUILLISERS (REDISPENION IT IS SORTA CALLED)

I AM SEEING HALLUCINATIONS OF CARTOON CHARACTERS ON MY WALLS ETC OR HAVING SEX WITH ME THAT ARE MOLESTING ME EITHER WAY

I CANNOT WALK AWAY WITHOUT PEACING WITH THEM AND THEN SEEING A GIRL ONE, WHICH THE MIND IS HARD IS COMMAND UNLIKE MY HANDS

I MAY SPEND 40 MINUTES WITH MY SOCK HALF ON TRYING TO COMPLETE ONE OF 6 WITHOUT CHANGING CURRENT SENSES

WHAT DO I DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

MY WHOLE DAY IS FILLED WITH THIS. ALMOST NO MORE AI BABY HUMAN SIMULATION PROGRESS
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General Hardware Talk / "nand wires" logic
« Last post by ranch vermin on Today at 04:08:00 am »
Going NANDOS!!!



Heres an interesting paradigm which will send you hopping mad if you ever made a PCB with it.

I came up with it ages ago,  but i was too green to work out that it actually is a universal method,  but the wire jump for 8 inputs in this one is an internal 100 wires,  just for one pixel.   but you should be able to wire up a game if you get continuous feedback to work and avoid putting registers in,   and work it like an old school registerless I/O link.

If you study the wires, youll see 8 is in charge, as hes the most significant member of the brightness, and the others to him to deactivate themselves if any one in front is on.


[EDIT] WOOPS!! i forgot to add the second operand for the sobel test,    its actually comparing itself, so you have to add another 8 brightnesses that are just nots,  and then it just links up the same....  oh well stuffed up another diagram.  [/EDIT]
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AI Programming / Re: Raspberry Pi 3 Software Environment
« Last post by keghn on Today at 12:31:37 am »
Pigpio is a C library for the Raspberry which allows control of the GPIO.: 

http://abyz.me.uk/rpi/pigpio/cif.html#gpioSetAlertFunc
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General AI Discussion / Re: loopholes in the three laws of robotics
« Last post by Maviarab on October 21, 2017, 10:58:58 pm »
I've been thinking about this a lot lately.   I wonder if a truly intelligent machine can/ could fake emotions when the circumstances arise.

This is obviously a side effect of experience/ knowledge.  So if I am hitting this wall then surely a truly intelligent machine could ‘simulate’ emotions on a similar basis… just when it’s socially required… could we tell the difference.

A good liar is a good liar for a reason.


Reminds me of the film Ex Machina and how she uses his own needs and desires against him.  Must do a review of that soon and post it up here too.
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General AI Discussion / Re: loopholes in the three laws of robotics
« Last post by korrelan on October 21, 2017, 09:22:14 pm »
I've been thinking about this a lot lately.   I wonder if a truly intelligent machine can/ could fake emotions when the circumstances arise.  I personally have to feign emotions on a regular basis.  I'm not emotionless but as I get older I recognise circumstances/ situations and realize I've seen this/ been there before and struggle to muster the appropriate emotional response.  Emotion seems to play a lesser leading role in my life as I age. 

The younger generation are freaking out all around me; it’s all new to them… I just think… meh! 

This is obviously a side effect of experience/ knowledge.  So if I am hitting this wall then surely a truly intelligent machine could ‘simulate’ emotions on a similar basis… just when it’s socially required… could we tell the difference.

A good liar is a good liar for a reason.

 :)

Edit: Of course my illusion of emotional stability could be due to sub-conscious emotional complexities that I have no access to… or even understanding of lol.

 :)
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AI Programming / Re: Raspberry Pi 3 Software Environment
« Last post by infurl on October 21, 2017, 08:29:14 pm »
I recently bought a Navio2 board to use in a drone that I'm building. It adds sophisticated navigation and control capabilities to the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 (multiple IMUs, magnetic sensors, GPS, dedicated IO processor) and the manufacturers of this board provide a complete image for Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 which comes with ROS, ardupilot, and everything else you might need for advanced robotics applications. You don't need to buy the board to download the image and use it.

https://emlid.com/shop/navio2/
https://docs.emlid.com/navio2/common/ardupilot/configuring-raspberry-pi/
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General AI Discussion / Re: loopholes in the three laws of robotics
« Last post by ranch vermin on October 21, 2017, 07:57:46 pm »
itll depend on the guage of intelligence,  but not only that,  what if you can make a super smart one that cant feel shit?

A real idiot you hate, is someone you still cant do away with because he hurts,   and if a robot cant hurt - who cares how smart it is,  it drops a level of importance below a snail.

And becomes a little distasteful to think about.   super smart rule developing computers that kick your ass at POTENTIALLY!  but still have a position below a microbe, that can feel more.
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General AI Discussion / Re: loopholes in the three laws of robotics
« Last post by korrelan on October 21, 2017, 07:36:53 pm »

Even Asimov realised a problem with his three laws; he tried to fix the problem with the ‘zeroth’ law.

0. A robot may not harm humanity, or, by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.

I would personally worry that the laws are based on a ‘non-universally’ understood language that relies on a deep English/ western understanding of the definitions for each word.  And there is plenty of room for ambiguity in the definition of each word. Ie Robot, injure, inaction, harm, obey, order, protection, etc.

An accurate definition of a word can even often be lost in translation between human languages.

The so called 'ten commandments' were a set of laws for humans to follow... look how that's turned out.

 :)
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General AI Discussion / This AI Doesn’t Need Any Help from Humans
« Last post by keghn on October 21, 2017, 05:00:20 pm »
This AI Doesn’t Need Any Help from Humans: 



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General AI Discussion / Re: loopholes in the three laws of robotics
« Last post by Maviarab on October 21, 2017, 03:19:07 pm »
Smorgasbord snake-pit of immeasurable numerations to come in the future regarding this:

I've never tried to poke loopholes in it (never had the need)...but I can tell you this for sure:

The rules are their to 'control our creation' yes.  when 'our creation' becomes truly and fully sentient (which in time it most likely will), do you really think it will follow our laws regarding what it/they can and cannot do?

Be like telling a women she can't go to work and vote, or a certain race and/or colour can only sit on certain seats on the bus etc.  We have moved a very long way from those times thankfully (well in most cases) and a truly sentient AI will know this (feminism, equality, racial rights etc), and demand our laws be dropped in the name of equality.

Now imagine what happens when/if 'the creators' say no.  Any here dealt with a bratty teenager? lmao....

The laws are great...until the AI will want them abolished....
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