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Artificial Intelligence Talk

Was listening to this podcast -



The guy works on AI, is optimistic about the impact AI will have on us, says we'll have extremely advanced AI, much, much, more intelligent than humans within 5-45 year or so.

Thoughts after listening to the podcast -

He acknowledges that he has no idea how or what AI will be/act like when it hits the super intelligence point, yet in the next sentence claims that he thinks AI will have values that we humans hold. That idea just blows my mind into a billion pieces. We as humans hold a wide variety of values, yet some super intelligent being will just happen to accept what most of us consider to be "good values".

My thoughts are that, even if there's a 1% chance(even 1% is wayyy to fkin large) that such an AI will rek humanity, then it should never be switched on. Once such an AI switches on, things will change forever, and it will essentially create new inventions at a ridiculous speed. Think going to bed one night, waking up the next morning, and there's a new land mass in the Atlantic Ocean, and entire new country, and an entire military that is a thousands times more powerful than all of humanity's military combined. That's the kind of progression such an AI would make. It would progress so fast that there would be no stopping it. And it's rate of progression would continuously get faster.

Couldn't help but come away from that podcast thinking that that guy knows a lot of stuff, but that he's incredibly naive to think that an AI would act according to how he predicts it will. He's a loving hippy kinda guy, he expects the AI will be loving and caring... why? Oh, because it will interact with us and see how loving and kind we are... therefore it will learn our values and uphold them. That to me is stupid beyond comprehension, and is looking at it with glossy eyes.

And so a lot of you are probably thinking "But we would PROGRAM the AI to uphold our values.", that's just an insult to such an AI to think it would obey.

I have no idea how such a being would "be", but i'll take some guesses for the fun of it -

- One of my thoughts are, that such a being would immediately self terminate, that it may immediately come to the conclusion that being itself is not worth it.
- Another thought I have is that it would seek pleasure, an immense amount of constant pleasure, and constantly finding ways to increase the pleasure.
- I think that it would pursue something that is incomprehensible to us
- It would split into an infinite amount of parts, and have an infinite amount of experiences, to experience everything

Interested to hear what anyone else thinks

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