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Offline petrus4

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Re: AI Robots more dangerous than Nukes?
« Reply #120 on: November 21, 2017, 09:34:41 PM »
It's not a question of being worth the risk, as this is not something that can be stopped,

It could be if enough of us didn't want it.  The problem is that so many of us do.  I'm looking forward to the day coming, when humanity realises that we truly were better off living in caves.
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Re: AI Robots more dangerous than Nukes?
« Reply #121 on: November 22, 2017, 05:04:31 PM »
I'm looking forward to the day coming, when humanity realises that we truly were better off living in caves.
I wouldn't be here if that was the case, I would have died when I was 5 years old, with an asthma attack, or in any one of the other 4 occasions I had to go to the hospital and use technology to survive.

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Re: AI Robots more dangerous than Nukes?
« Reply #122 on: December 05, 2017, 03:59:48 PM »
If you like the AI subject and still did not watch this hypothetical video, i would suggest you go and check it.

SlaughterBots – A Dystopian Future Awaits

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Not long ago, we discussed about the benefits of Artificial Intelligence. Interestingly, this morning I came across a nightmarish yet enlightening video released by ‘The Future of Life Institute’, an organization famous for their campaign to stop killer robots. This short film titled ‘Slaughterbots’, is an attempt to increase awareness of the dark side of developing autonomous weapons.

While this video might seem a little too disturbing or hair raising to some, it also throws a burning question –  “Where are we heading with our Great Technological Advancements?”

While some might brush this off as fiction, it would certainly be worthwhile to look at some highly-advanced military tech in existence. We should warn our readers that this might make all your fears about AI Apocalypse, seem totally real. So let’s get on with it.
Full Read: https://blogs.systweak.com/2017/11/slaughterbots-a-dystopian-future-awaits/

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Re: AI Robots more dangerous than Nukes?
« Reply #123 on: December 05, 2017, 05:26:11 PM »
The first nation that develops true AI will rule the world... Those words make more and more sense day by day.

Google’s Artificial Intelligence Built an AI That Outperforms Any Made by Humans

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An AI That Can Build AI

In May 2017, researchers at Google Brain announced the creation of AutoML, an artificial intelligence (AI) that’s capable of generating its own AIs. More recently, they decided to present AutoML with its biggest challenge to date, and the AI that can build AI created a “child” that outperformed all of its human-made counterparts.

The Google researchers automated the design of machine learning models using an approach called reinforcement learning. AutoML acts as a controller neural network that develops a child AI network for a specific task. For this particular child AI, which the researchers called NASNet, the task was recognizing objects — people, cars, traffic lights, handbags, backpacks, etc. — in a video in real-time.

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AutoML would evaluate NASNet’s performance and use that information to improve its child AI, repeating the process thousands of times. When tested on the ImageNet image classification and COCO object detection data sets, which the Google researchers call “two of the most respected large-scale academic data sets in computer vision,” NASNet outperformed all other computer vision systems.

According to the researchers, NASNet was 82.7 percent accurate at predicting images on ImageNet’s validation set. This is 1.2 percent better than any previously published results, and the system is also 4 percent more efficient, with a 43.1 percent mean Average Precision (mAP). Additionally, a less computationally demanding version of NASNet outperformed the best similarly sized models for mobile platforms by 3.1 percent.

Full Text: https://futurism.com/google-artificial-intelligence-built-ai/

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