Human “AI”

Human “AI” ~!

“Is the chicken or egg first?”

A few years ago, you may remember a publication describing our increasing dependence on machines, equipment and “AI”. I have tried several times to make people aware of this phenomenon of artificial intelligence’s ability to repeatedly create and / or recreate itself. The story that used to be “science fiction” has been brought into a scientific fact in vivid colors.

The article “Device-dependent Machines” describes examples or descriptions in which robots or robots are designed to imitate human behavior, capabilities, and appearance. “The image of its creator!”

How many times have you been to the car and have yelled or argued with the “GPS” or “vehicle interface”? Oh, come now … When the sound behind the device messes you up or goes in the wrong direction, are you angry and yelling? of course can.

Contributor Selene Yeager talked about a PhD student at Stanford University who specializes in human technology interaction.

David Miller said: “We (humans) are confused and angry because we don’t know what ‘GPS’ is thinking.”

However, this author (and indeed you) did commit this particular type of behavior. I remember the key in that direction (when that was not satisfactory, I tried using the voice command option), the damn thing told me; instructed me to go on the highway and then exit … I did the same. When I realized that the direction was completely wrong-the harsh sound took us to the “Hell Highway”.

We walked sixty miles from the planned “Pocono Mountain” destination.

Okay, I ’m here to tell you, I instantly (oh, like many people) get crazy and start yelling at the sound inside the “GPS system”. Miller continued: “In the future, when your GPS indicates your direction, it may provide you with the basic principles so that you will establish a better two-way relationship.”

Yes, it is. When things can take me to an unfamiliar destination, I’m happy … through the right route! I’m not trying to rigorously test the device … it works as expected when it works.

“Apple’s Bite” gave a speech in the “IT” community on major issues regarding Apple’s position on “secret and proprietary practices” in the technology community; hardware and software-especially its hardware products. Apple ’s “IT” decision makers embrace an ergonomic flaw that reveals people ’s preferences. They say that the “Apple-like form” is more important than the function, that is, the iMAC connector at the rear of the machine is designed and / or decided based on the anal fixation.

Their “IT” management team described a possible meaning of “anal retention”. This is the point on the curve, the curvature changes from convex to concave and vice versa. It can also be called “bending point” or “inflection point”. Apple management said that its proprietary equipment is having a greater impact on corporate user marketing. The reason why Apple’s devices enter the enterprise field is because “IT” managers like them are not users.

The “End User” report emphasizes this fact, indicating that the product performs well in terms of ease of use, design and reliability. Does anyone remember the definition of cloning?

Today, many of us have a PC at home. There are many others who feel they are and believe they can be one step ahead in using home robots (such as “Alexa” or IBM’s “Watson”) and countless cloning devices that can clean, monitor and coordinate their daily lives or lifestyle.

Where is your phone

It used to be a desktop computer and a central “Internet” connection. Then there is the “laptop”. Today, “tablet computers” are still popular, but “smart phones” have overshadowed them. All one has to do is simply look around … to see how many people are walking, running, cycling, driving, and flying … relying on those slack equipment to maintain their survival, and rely on their own life on this planet.

Not long ago, a malicious computer virus controlled about 400.00 computers in more than 160 countries, which was one of the most serious international cyber attacks and computer infections.

The virus blocks all access to programs, files, mainframes, and networks unless the computer owner pays the ransom. Allureable funds can only be paid through “Bitcoin”.

Bitcoin is an almost untraceable online currency. Bitcoin currency is used to purchase “ransom keys”. Usually, the victim only paid for the money, not the key to unlock the computer (or) system, which lost both money and data.

This event should be used as a major wake-up call for users. PCs and Internet devices should be strongly encouraged or encouraged to use “must do” programs for maintenance or use, and prevent viruses, botnets, web crawling tools, malware, and worms. Insects

I certainly agree with the author Doug Shadel ’s suggestion that users / owners should regularly back up your important files to an external drive or remote storage service; always run a pop-up blocker on your web browser; immediately without your consent Leave the website you have been transferred to; use a reputable antivirus program-update it at any time; make sure that your software (and antivirus software) is up to date; do not click on links in email addresses that you do not know or Open the attachment; and only purchase legal software-and register it.

Do you remember the scene from the movie “Star Wars”? The guy in the bar yelled at “Luke Skywalker” to get his robot out of his life?

This scenario is the result of human prejudice against machines or robots. Detroit, Michigan’s automotive industry and labor are almost entirely controlled by robots (or robots). Robots are performing major operations on humans and animals. Robots are preparing food, packaging and transporting items, driving cars, and diagnosing human diseases. The robot is answering the call and redirecting the call. The robot will call you over the phone, remind you of past bills, appointments, receive prescription drugs, and try to sell you goods and other services. Robots are building bridges, buildings and houses. Robots are doing almost everything humans or animals can do and have been doing. Ask yourself … how much work is lost, and the robot is lost?

“Many companies are using sentiment analysis to assess sentiment on social networks and / or online … However, gaining insight requires new strategies and skills,” said Doug Henschen of Techweb.

“In order to gain a place in the new world of IT, BI, communications, and analysis, new strategies and skills must be adopted.” The conclusion was speculated through the published article “Damage and Creation-New Work Exaggeration”. No one can deny the huge and significant changes that have taken place in the “new world economy” of this century. What will happen in the coming centuries-will we become “Star Trek Stars”? What about the world and the future like “Logan’s Run”? Will robots become new judges, lawyers, people appointed by Congress, senators or presidents? Those of us who understand, are interested in, and / or continue to be motivated, or motivated by human machine domination, must be masters of both IT / BI.

AI: Artificial intelligence … and natural (human-like / animal) intelligence … The ability of a computer or robot to perform things that humans or animals usually or usually do-with intellectual or intellectual abilities. Thinking ability.

How long does it take for humans (humans) to be completely defeated by “AI”-completely and completely replacing us, rather than becoming our first servant?

“How long? Not long!”

Now, doesn’t this statement confuse you?

Human “AI” ~?

“Is the chicken or egg first?”

Until next time …



Source by Gregory V. Boulware