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Oh my GOD it's just a humongous Tamagotchi!What you're saying about AI is what they were saying about SIMs in the late 90's.
The first generation AI money is not in replacing fryers.
AI bubble is bursting fast.
Music follows a pattern, "art" follows a pattern (art has long been dead, BTW, a machine can easily duplicate any artwork today, a camera was able to do this 50 years ago), but creativity - I'm not certain that an AI can do that, it can just distort patterns or mimic them. We'll see.
Along with ST, there are tons of clone Sci-Fi shows where the entire world jumps the gun and goes for android consciousness but then, skips all the steps in the middle.
The purpose of the first generation of AIs is controlling minds.
All the people who crow about creativity and inventiveness, are about to be put in their place I think.
Ai has come along every decade or so for the last 40 years. Yes, AI was a thing in the 1980s where the AI buzzword was faddishly thrown around.
We're about to find out about creativity,
AI was a thing in the 1980s
I mean, really, how many municipalities esp in the midwest & northeast, where weather conditions are terrible, are going to let vehicles crash into each other during snowstorms, flash showers, icy roads, etc. I mean that public relations disaster outside of sunny Phoenix, where a pedestrian was run over while an automated Uber was being driven by a distracted backup driver, has really made towns and cities rethink the use of deathmobiles in their municipalities.
We ARE topping out in technology,
We ARE topping out in technology,That "everything that can be invented, has been invented" mindset has been around since the 1800s and is constantly proven wrong. The next thinking machines may be bio-based.
It's a glorified Paint Shop Pro filter. Graphics filters have been incredible for decades, not only that in Photo Shop you could write scripts that would process and render images based on your input. You do realize, that these AI images are just applying filters to images that they have in a digital library. It's not like AI is rendering images from scratch. And if you believe that to be the case, then you really need to turn off all devices and step away from the ledge