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Scientific American "There is no such thing as conscious thought", an interview, Rated B-

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/there-is-no-such-thing-as-conscious-thought/ 

Memory plays a key role.

lnattentive blindness.

And other views.

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"Alphabet's DeepMind Lost $572 Million"

 

https://www.wired.com/story/deepminds-losses-future-artificial-intelligence/  14Aug19

A short read mentioning a few problems with Al development, some hokey hype, but surprisingly, the cooling costs for the servers affects (and even controls) programming designs.

This is a good read for developing an individual's conceptualizations.

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I watched "Paradise or Robocaplyse" on dw.com

Mostly, it is "fill-osophy" --filling up time with little-to-no meaning chatter-- despite the program's claim there are "ethical questions" concerning the future of AI.

There was one apparent data point as it is not explained how this was calculated: that the human brain is 1 million times more performing than current AI but Al "develops faster".

 

Link:  https://www.dw.com/en/paradise-or-robocalypse/av-50022022 

 

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Two thoughtful reads.

1] In its wording, tone and graphics, this article deliniates several concerns and unnecessary worries over Al:

A 20 minute read:  https://futureoflife.org/background/benefits-risks-of-artificial-intelligence/  

Comment: this article does lack a couple of summarizing phrases.

2] Al conference indicates 'we' have hit an Al wall' in near term developments:  https://www.wired.com/story/sobering-message-future-ai-party/ 

Has investment graph.

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The whole AI thing is seriously overblown into yet another technological terror aka psyop of fake shock and awe for peoples' minds. There is only programming and any programmers know how hard a simple code can be to perfect let alone create a person with a mind like ours. "Ohhg what if we let the program decide honestly as it points a gun at us?!" Horrifying thought no doubt. Nice sci-fi topic too. Sci-Fi.

 

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l watched ~2hour BBC documentary Hyper Evolution: The Rise of the Robots  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRuBZLe8vfs 

This documentary is more Al than mechanical balancing acts. lt is a history back into the 1920s and comes forward -though skipping over the 60s and 70s to the 1980s to 2018.

A couple of items are: Harry May's 1934 robot ALPHA which was promoted in the film The Face of Things to Come and Time magazine.

Another is Grey Walter's "tortoise" which is a "double cell" environmental reactionary using only 'sight' and 'touch'.

The first two parts are quick paced and informative, while the last half-hour is mostly the presenters' summation of their impressions.

A good intro-history.

 

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