Hello my dear readers,
I don’t know you, but I usually don’t listen or watch the news but I still keep myself informed and I have a few online news sources that I read.
Today I have stumbled upon an article about Artificial Intelligence. The AI that is on everyones mouth these days.
Currently, it is becoming more and more common for people to surround themselves with robots either for housework, manufacturing, customer service, healthcare or self-driving vehicles, which are all powered by AI. While slowly but definitely we’re making progress, this type of technology makes life easier for sure, but what if it could also complicate it at the same time?
What do you think? Will humans be able to control artificial intelligence?
Now, before you answer, watch the below video!
If this is true and 2 robots have a heated discussion, AI is not wasting any time!
According to Zhong Xiaotong, an employee from the library, robots can learn and evolve while interacting with readers.
And think that after an interview with Tutu and Wangbao, the two protagonists robots, they’ve declared that they have already reconciled. “It was a thing of the past year … Isn’t it normal to have fights between friends?”
If really this story is true, I’m speechless.
This video from Boston Dynamics is fun, I love the song, and it is a little scary at the same time.
Now I ask you again: What do you think? Will humans be able to control artificial intelligence?
It seems that the scientists have experimented with two ways to control artificial intelligence. One was limiting her contact with the outside world, isolating her from the Internet and other devices. But of course isolating her from the internet, would greatly reduce its ability to perform the functions for which it was created.
The other way was to design a “theoretical containment algorithm” to ensure that an Artificial Intelligence “cannot harm people under any circumstances.” But guess what? An analysis of the current computing paradigm showed that no such algorithm can be created.
Based on these experiments and calculations, the problem is that no algorithm can determine whether an AI would harm the world.
At this time, I guess the only certain thing that we can do is wait and see! I only hope I will live long enough as I can’t wait to see how the future will look like!
Source: Entrepreneur Asia Pacific