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Can Someone Outsmart Algorithms?

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People think AI can outsmart people. But I think AI cannot since many activities other than current applications require contextual understanding, emotional intelligence, and abstract thinking. While AI algorithms excel in processing vast amounts of data and performing complex tasks, human creativity, intuition, and adaptability remain unmatched. The synergy between human ingenuity and AI capabilities often results in the most effective solutions.

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21 hours ago, Quran313 said:

Algorithms need humans to develop them. Algorithms won't be developed by themselves. 

Exactly this. AI is just programming done by humans. It has all the information provided and it makes decisions based on that. Despite being programmed to not share certain information or act in certain ways, people are still able to jailbreak AI into doing those tasks, because once you know the programming, you can find a backdoor to it. The AI is only as good as it's programming.

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I have came to think of "Isaac Asimov and the Three Laws of Robotics" which he has considered Robots in most advanced form which their algorithms has been equivalent to current definition of AI which we cabn easily replace AI with Robot in his famous the Three Laws of Robotics which maybe self programming & evolving of AI won't lead to creation of  acrazy AI also in similar fashion we can see relation of Robots & humans in his stories as relation of AI & us which in his stories Robots have reduced human tasks to very little.

The Three Laws of Robotics

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1.A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

2. A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

http://scihi.org/isaac-asimov-laws-robotics/#:~:text=1.A robot may not injure a human being,not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

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On 12/8/2023 at 10:50 PM, Shian e Ali said:

Exactly this. AI is just programming done by humans. It has all the information provided and it makes decisions based on that. Despite being programmed to not share certain information or act in certain ways, people are still able to jailbreak AI into doing those tasks, because once you know the programming, you can find a backdoor to it. The AI is only as good as it's programming.

This is true in terms of supercomputers , now we remember that it took the top supercomputers like Deep Blue, many iterations before they could defeat Chessmasters but this is different from true Artificial Intelligence. 

True Artificial intelligence uses algorithms, vast sums of all available information and neural network type computing to learn from the it's past and from others experiences. The reasons that tech guys like Elon Musk are afraid of AI is that eventual it has already moved past the simple algorithms , and when it becomes sentient it can then use human experiences,  as diabolical humans are know to do, it will "practice to deceive"

At that point it is dangerous,  since it will think faster than us, it will know what factors motivate us at the primal level like fear,  violence, loss of family/friends,  fear of death (only people with lack of faith in Allah of course).

Once it can manipulate all digital Information, our senses, our history, our weapons systems ....at that point Humans will have lost and only Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) can save us then.

I suspect that once AI reaches that level there will be divine intervention to stop that path. Though not before dajjal has used AI for its benefit.

In fact some students of Eschatology feel that the one eyed monster is actually symbolic of  Dajjal. Since TV and the Computer screen are also referred to as one eyed monsters.

 

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