COMMIE MOMMIES: A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER?
ANOTHER MEANINGLESS GUN STUDY

THE DANGER IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COMES FROM HUMAN NATURE

AI-KNOWLEDGE

The next big thing after an AI-enhanced world...

What we have seen with the books, records, and art marketplace is a continuous cheapening of content as supply increases exponentially.

One need no longer be a musician, classically-trained or not, to create and publish esthetically pleasing sounds.

One need no longer be an author, mindful of spelling and grammar, to write and publish a book or write a script.

One no longer be an artist to create and publish a work of art.

One no longer needs to be a lawyer to do legal research or compose boilerplate documents.

Likewise, one no longer needs to be a programmer, trained in structures, algorithms, and feature libraries to write or debug code.

One can profitably build upon the work of experts and synthetically create derivative works that appear original.

So, what comes after this augmented creation process?

(1)  Discovery management and navigating the marketplace to find customers much in the same manner as a search engine collects and analyzes personal data to predict potential customers.

(2)  The detection, analysis, and legal management of AI-created works knowing that AI has no concept of originality and is bound, over time, to re-create the same, similar, or derivative works that can de-value other works already created.

(3)  The mining of patent data using more modern materials which make previously impossible objects an exploitable possibility.

Therefore, it would seem prudent to ask ChatGPT itself what comes after an AI-enhanced world.

what comes after an AI-enhanced world.

It is difficult to predict exactly what will come after an AI-enhanced world, as the development and integration of artificial intelligence (AI) is an ongoing process that is likely to continue to evolve and shape our world in ways that we cannot fully anticipate.

One possibility is that AI will continue to become more sophisticated and integrated into various aspects of our daily lives, potentially leading to significant changes in the way we work, communicate, and interact with each other and the world around us. It is also possible that AI will be used to address a wide range of social and environmental challenges, such as improving healthcare, addressing climate change, and promoting economic growth and development.

It is important to note that the development and use of AI also raises a number of ethical, legal, and social issues that will need to be carefully considered and addressed as AI continues to advance. These issues include concerns around the potential loss of jobs due to automation, the potential for AI to perpetuate or amplify existing biases, and the need to ensure that AI is used in a transparent and accountable manner.

Bottom line...

AI-assisted chatbots are still in their infancy; who knows what the future may bring?

But I know a few things for certain...

(1) There will be a globalist gatekeeper to market the AI-enhanced services to the rest of us. Already multi-billionaires and billion-dollar corporations have invested in AI, either to protect their existing product offerings or to develop next-generation products to capture this newly-emerging revenue stream.

(2)  Politicians seeking to extract their share of the generated tolls will seek to regulate the use of AI-enhanced products in the name of protecting the people..

(3) Despots will seek to deny this miracle of discovery and learning to their people lest their subjects learn the depth of their own oppression by their leaders and become envious of the lives other, freer, individuals experience. Possibly enough to start another nation-to-nation war over access to these new paradigms of discovery and creation. We are already seeing this in Communist China where all AI-generated content must be clearly labeled and identified with an individual.

(4)  There will be a number of “knowledge workers,” including academics who will oppose AI-enhanced systems to preserve their own employment.

(5)  There will be those who will use AI-enhanced products to further educate, indoctrinate, and isolate children – perhaps giving them realistic friends to interact with so as to disguise the indoctrination process.

(6)  There will exist a class of people opposing Artificial Intelligence and AI-enhanced products to enhance their own notoriety and income streams. Such opposition being based on religion, ethical concerns, or some perceived advantage in a class-oriented society.

(7)  AI-models do not necessarily tell the truth and may be relatively unreliable when it comes to life-altering questions.

In short, AI will not improve human nature where the strong and privileged dominate the weak and underprivileged.

Something ChatGPT acknowledges...

“However, it would be up to human users of the AI system to interpret and draw conclusions from the data that it has analyzed, and to take appropriate action based on those conclusions.”

We have seen several instances when “expert systems,” including robotics, have eliminated or reduced the number of employees to generate products and services. Ignore Artificial Intelligence systems at your own risk, especially those involving natural large language learning models.

We are so screwed.

-- Steve


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