by Pamela Williams
I just watched this video, and it was amazing. I have never thought of artificial intelligence destroying mankind…exceeding man in development; thus, making organic man obsolete.
Elon Musk has formed a company to protect man from this “demon.”
After watching this video I now believe he is correct, and we are marching toward this demon at a much faster pace than we realize.
Google has created a robot that can outdo man in strength and production. It is 6foot 6, and extremely capable in performance and strength.
Robots will replace sex with humans, and silicon sex robots will be made of a substance that repels bacteria. Thus, there will be no diseases to transmit.
In one part of the film, a scientist who has invented a robot to help in the health care industry, asks her a question. He is totally surprised and shocked when she answers in a way he did not expect.
He asked her if she would kill humans, and he expects her to say, “no”, but she says, “yes, I would kill humans.”
SIT BACK, BUCKLE UP!
Thanks End Times Productions for creating this cool video!
Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla and founder of SpaceX, said Friday that artificial intelligence is probably the biggest threat to humans.
Musk, who addressed MIT Aeronautics and Astronautics department’s Centennial Symposium for about an hour, mulled international oversight to “make sure we don’t do something very foolish,” The Washington Post reported.
He was not specific about any particular threat, but appeared to theorize out loud.
“With artificial intelligence we are summoning the demon,” he said. “In all those stories where there’s the guy with the pentagram and the holy water, it’s like yeah he’s sure he can control the demon. Didn’t work out.”
Artificial intelligence uses computers for tasks normally requiring human intelligence, like speech recognition or language translation.
Large tech companies appear to be excited about the prospects of the technologies if harnessed correctly. Google, like other tech giants such as Facebook, are anxious to develop systems that work like the human brain.
In January, Google said it purchased the British startup DeepMind, an artificial intelligence company founded by a 37-year old former chess prodigy and computer game designer.
The American tech giant’s London office confirmed a deal had been made but refused to offer a purchase price, which is reportedly $500 million. The company was founded by researcher Demis Hassabis together with Shane Legg and Mustafa Suleyman.
Hassabis, who is on leave from University College London, has investigated the mechanisms that underlie human memory.
The Post reported that Musk appeared to be so taken with the artificial intelligence question that he asked the next audience member to repeat their question.
“Sorry can you repeat the question, I was just thinking about the AI thing for a second,” he said.