A.I. News - and one man's opinion

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A.I. News - and one man's opinion
« on: March 25, 2019, 12:13:54 PM »
From the tried and trusty Star, where else...
Is Elon a spokesman for Google? One might think.

Anyhow, would you get the implant to become more intelligent or are you satisfied with just being, well, sort of normal?

In the world of AI, it's the thought that counts!



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Re: A.I. News - and one man's opinion
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2019, 01:29:50 PM »
Actually, a version of those is really easy to produce. It has to have 24V rechargeable battery, and it goes straight in your brain, poking its two metal legs under your gray cells. The software wakes up when you visit a www site of whomever bought a concession from producer. After that, it produces a strong electroshock directly into your brain whenever you move your mouse out of concessionar's site rectangle. Then, after using the site for a while, if you are late to pay your bills, the voltage slightly raises as the time passes. When the battery is finally out of power, no big problem, you just recharge it at the nearest electric plug, and you are back in the game. It's the real deal, you can't miss.  ;D

No, really, who would compose the knowledge base? Which political party orientation? From which point of view? No, I wouldn't mess with those stuff. It is hard to form my own opinion already, without some brain chip that would make me so lazy not to bring any decision on my own.
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Re: A.I. News - and one man's opinion
« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2019, 08:50:02 PM »
“You won’t need to memorise anything. Learning will not be about memorising anything.”

Nick says the need to learn things in “parrot fashion” as we are taught in schools will disappear completely and will free up our brains to think in new, innovative ways - skyrocketing our IQs.

“At the moment it's all about memorising and learning facts but when they are accessible to you instantly, things are going to taken up a level.

“We will be doing more thinking than just memorising, perhaps getting more creative, learning how to connect dots, and learning how to apply that knowledge.

"Lock learns C++ programming."

"All humans start following the government's laws."

"Trump becomes dedicated to adhere to the government."

"Hunny, I'm getting a SSurge right now to go to work, sorry."
« Last Edit: March 25, 2019, 09:12:21 PM by LOCKSUIT »


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