westworld spra or parallal nerative

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Re: westworld spra or parallal nerative
« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2016, 08:07:48 pm »
they have the A.I m'kay that's where the conversation free will is coming from.
in the A.I algs they added hard coded in to the database the scripts and this does not change cause
the memory is deleted at sleep.

maeve reaction is the writes assumption speculation, the writers of the show did not solve A.I.
true A.I would put the tablet down .

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Re: westworld spra or parallal nerative
« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2016, 09:09:12 pm »
I think the point was entirely missed here.

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Re: westworld spra or parallal nerative
« Reply #17 on: December 03, 2016, 09:29:39 am »
if we were to assume they spra the stories would be about random houses and shrubs .

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Re: westworld spra or parallal nerative
« Reply #18 on: December 03, 2016, 05:33:53 pm »
I don't think the tablet was predicting her words but rather "echoing" them as she spoke them. Obviously within her construct, she has a huge vocabulary and practical usage from which to recall. When Felix showed her the tablet it was meant to reinforce the fact that she was not a real person, a fact that at first, she was not willing to believe nor accept.

If I had such a facility I would want my Hosts to be so real that they would be indistinguishable from a real person. Some would sweat, have imperfections, skin blemishes, ticks or twitches as real people often do, and some might exhibit poor hygiene especially given the time period. "More human than human", to borrow the slogan from Mr. Tyrell's corporation from the 1982 Bladerunner movie (still one of my all time favorite A.I. flicks). His humanoids were so real they easily blended into the rest of society...for a while.

The scripting the Hosts follow are based on with whom they are conversing, another host or a Guest. If another host, the chat routine is drawn normally from or within the bounds or guidelines of their associated script(s). It they are confronted with and begin a conversation with a guest, then they still follow their script guidelines until the guest causes the topic to stray from the host's scrip boundary. The host will then follow the lead and call upon other boundary-related scripting. Normally, there is no "free thinking" done by the hosts. I said Normally...until the past several episodes, when other "thoughts" have been invading or coming to life within the hosts' brains.

I think it is extremely well written, considering the fact that it is a TV series and not a huge Hollywood multi-million dollar production. If it causes people to remark and think about it, then it has done it's job a being a good film or series.
Plus the fact that if it was not well written, it would not have been chosen to run or be renewed for another year, which it has!

Just my take.... ;)

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Re: westworld spra or parallal nerative
« Reply #19 on: December 03, 2016, 07:16:22 pm »
I think Ford is Arnold still working towards his bicameral brain theory...

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Re: westworld spra or parallal nerative
« Reply #20 on: December 16, 2016, 11:47:53 pm »
I don't understand the ending
Arnold seemed to be a misanthrope
his bots had no free will as shown the leader bot did not exit the park
what was he trying to accomplish ?

maybe he didn't die maybe it was some bunshin no jutsu
would you say he was a mgtow ?

 


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