Artificial Intelligence: Mankind's Last Invention



it could be terrible and it could be great it's not clear I'm right but what one thing is for sure we will not control it go is arguably the most complex board game in existence its goal is simple surround more territory than your opponent this game has been played by humans for the past 2,500 years and is thought to be the oldest board game still being played today however it's not only humans that are playing this game now in 2016 google deepmind's alphago beat 18 time world champion Lisa doll in four out of five games now normally a computer beating a human at a game like chess or checkers wouldn't be that impressive but go is different go cannot be solved by brute force go cannot be predicted there are over 10 to the 170 moves possible and go to put that into perspective there are only 10 to the 80 atoms in the observable universe alphago was trained using data from real human go games it ran through millions of games and learned the techniques used and even made up new ones that no one had ever seen and this is very impressive alone however what many people don't know is that only a year after alphago's victory over Lisa Dole a brand new AI called alphago zero beat the original alphago not in four out of five games not in five out of five games not in ten out of ten games but beat alphago 100 to zero 100 games in a row the most impressive part it learned how to play with zero human interaction this technique is more powerful than any previous version why it isn't restricted to human knowledge no data was given no historical figures were given with just the bare-bones rules alphago zero surpassed the previous alphago and only 40 days of learning in only 40 days it surpassed over 2,500 years of strategy and knowledge it only played against itself and is now regarded as the best go player in the world even though it isn't human but wait if this AI learned how to play without any human interaction made-up strategies of its own and then beat us with those strata jeez then that means there's more non-human knowledge about go than there is human and if we continue to develop artificial intelligence then that means there's gonna be more and more non-human intelligence eventually there's going to be a point where we represent the minority of intelligence maybe even a very miniscule amount that's fine though we can just turn it off right it's a thought but think when modern-day humans begin to take over the planet why didn't the chimps and the and earth all's turn us off if this artificial intelligence becomes super intelligent and learns through and is connected to the Internet well we can't just shut down the entire Internet there's no off switch so what happens if we end up stuck with AI that is constantly and exponentially getting smarter than we are what if it gets to a point that us humans get in the way and the AI hits the off switch on human when people think of AI they tend to think of super intelligent AI AI that serves the human race but could also end us at a moment's notice what is this really going to happen pop culture mostly movies tend to depict AI not as benevolent creations but rather as robots with a malicious intent except for Tarzan interstellar he's pretty cool there's a lot more to AI than you might think there's a lot more types that serve different purposes artificial narrow intelligence also known as weak AI is the only form of artificial intelligence that humanity has created so far it makes this sound kind of bad but trust me it does a really good job at what it's supposed to do narrow AI is AI that was created for the sole purpose of handling one task it's the kind of AI that alphago is narrow AI is good as speech and image recognition and also at playing games like chess or go or even pretty complex games like dota 2 at the International 2017 World Championship open a eyes artificial intelligence destroyed pro player Dendi 2-0 but much like alphago 0 it wasn't taught how to play the game it played out millions of years worth of 1 vs. 1 matches against itself and learned on its own it started out barely knowing how to walk and eventually as time went on its surpassed human level skill if you use Spotify you'll see that it creates a daily mixes for you based on the music you listen to Amazon learns from it teaches itself your buying habits suggest you new products but it seems like a common reoccurrence where these AI teach themselves how to do the task at hand how is that even possible well through something called machine learning machine learning is the science of trying to get computers to learn and think like we humans do machine learning is essentially the same way that babies learn we've sort of has small screaming sacks of meat but over time we improve our learning we take in more data and more information from observations and interactions and most of the time we end up pretty smart the most popular technique out there to make a computer mimic a human brain is known as a neural network our brains are pretty good at solving problems but each neuron in your brain is only responsible for solving a very miniscule part of any problem think of it like an assembly line where each neuron in your brain has a certain job to do in order to completely solve a problem let's make a simple example of a neural network in order to say that someone is alive they have to either have a pulse or they must be breathing but not necessarily both at the same time this yellow dot represents a neuron in a neural network it functions just like a neuron and your brain does it takes in information and then gives an output if this neuron takes in the information that says hey this person has a pulse and is breathing then the neuron deciphers this information and says okay this person is alive it learns to analyze situations where the human would be declared alive if it's breathing or has a pulse in situations where the human would be dead where neither of those is true that's essentially a bare-bones explanation of how it works of course no neural network is really this simple many have millions of parameters and are much more complex than just this one layer Network the world is full of sounds and visuals and just data in general and we take in all of this to form our view of reality however as more and more complex topics show up with more and more data it becomes harder and harder for humans to do this analysis on their own this is where machine learning comes in handy machines can not only analyze data given to it but also learn from it and adapt its own view of it let's go back to alphago zero in only 40 days it surpassed thousands of years of strategy and knowledge and even made up some of its own strategies but how did it do all of this so quickly biological neurons in your brain operate at about 200 Hertz that's proved to be fine for us but modern transistors operate at over 2 gigahertz an entire order of magnitude faster those neurons in your brain traveled to what are known as axons and they travel at about a hundred meters per second which is pretty fast and gives us pretty good reaction time but it's only about a third as fast as the speed of sound computers however transmit information at the speed of light or 300 million meters per second so there's quite a big difference between our brains capabilities and our computers in just one week a computer can do 20,000 years worth of human level research or simulations or anything that is trained to do a brain has to fit inside your head there's a limit to how much space they can take up but a computer could fill an entire room or even an entire building now obviously we can't require an entire server room to run like we saw with open AI it only took a USB stick but for more intelligent AI it may require much more power artificial general intelligence or AGI is AI with more than a single purpose AGI is almost at or equal to human level intelligence and this is where we're trying to get to but there's a problem the more we search into it the harder and harder it seems to be able to achieve think about how you perceive things when someone asks you a complicated question you have to sort through a ton of unrelated thoughts and observations and articulate a concise response to that question this isn't exactly the easiest thing for a computer to achieve see humans aren't able to process information at the speed of light like computers can but we can plant things we can think of smart ways to solve problems without having to brute-force through every option getting you a computer to human level thinking is hard we humans can create things we invent things we create societies and play games and laugh these are all very hard things to teach a computer how can you teach a computer to create something that doesn't exist or hasn't even been thought of and what would be its incentive to do so I believe hgi or strong AI is the most important artificial intelligence to be created and here's why machine learning is exponential meaning that it starts off rather slow but there's a certain tipping point where things start to speed up drastically the difference between weak AI and strong AI is millions of times larger than the difference between strong AI and super intelligent AI once we have the artificial general intelligence that can function like a human being for the most part at least it may help us reach super intelligence level in only a few months or perhaps even weeks but here comes another big problem see many people tend to see intelligence on a graph like this we have maybe an ant here a mouse at about here the average human here and maybe Einstein right here just above if you asked most people where a super intelligent AI would lie on this graph most would probably put it somewhere around here but this just isn't the case although AI might not be at human level intelligence yet it will be one day and it won't stop at human level it'll most likely just zoom past and continue getting on more and more advanced until eventually the graph looks something like this this is what is known as the technological singularity where artificial intelligence becomes so advanced to the point where there's an extremely explosion of new knowledge and information some that might not even be able to be understood by humans if we make a super intelligent AI that AI would be able to improve upon itself and it turn gets smarter in a shorter amount of time which means that this new and improved AI could do the same thing it continues to repeat this process doing it faster and faster each time the first recreation may take a month the second a week a third a day and this keeps going until it's the billions of times smarter than all of humanity compared to chimps we share about 96% of their DNA we are 96% chimp but in that little four percent we went from being extremely hairy and mediocre primates to his B C's that has left the planet we're a species that plans to colonize Mars a species that made missiles and millions of inventions all compacted down into that four percent DNA difference the number of genetic differences between a human and a chimp is ten times smaller than the genetic difference between a mouse and a rat but yet only being four percent different from them their entire fate seems to lie in our hands if we want to for some reason put a McDonald's on a chimpanzee habitat we just do it we don't ask there are 5.5 quadrillion ants on the earth and outnumber us 1 million to 1 and yet we actually live like they don't exist at all if we see one crawling on a table we just smush it and move on with our day what happens when the day comes where a ID becomes the humans in this situation and we become the ants super intelligent AI is different from software we know today we tend to think our software is something that we program in the computer will follow our rules but with highly advanced AI and through machine learning the AI teaches itself how and what life is as well as how to improve it after a while there is no need for any human inter perhaps humans would even slow it down as opposed to speeding it up we have to be careful about how we make it as Sam Harris has stated I mean the first thing you want to do is not give it access to the Internet right your what you just cage this thing right so because you don't want to get out right so but you want to tempt it you want to see that it see if it's trying to get out how do you know whether it is so this is called a honeypot strategy where you tempt it to make certain moves in the direction of acquiring more power for example if we're somehow able to give a super intelligent AI orders and it follows those orders it may just take the quickest and easiest route to solve them just because we make a super intelligent AI that doesn't mean that it's going to be wise see there's a difference between intelligence and wisdom intelligence is more about making mistakes and acquiring knowledge and being able to solve problems through that wisdom on the other hand is about applying the correct knowledge in the most efficient way wisdom is being able to see beyond the intelligence gained and being able to apply that to other things in hopefully a productive way if we give AI in order to solve world hunger well the easiest way to solve world hunger is just to kill all life on the planet and then nothing would ever be hungry again but obviously that isn't what we want we would have to somehow teach the AI to have human like values a moral code to follow and somehow work around that in a way we'd want it to be like a super intelligent human cyborg you may not even realize it but the majority of humans are already cyborgs humans are already becoming less biological and more technical we already put our minds on to non-biological thinks how well many of you are watching this video on that device right now phones your phone has become an extension of yourself it can answer any question you could ever ask at a moment's notice there's only one problem though your inputs are just too slow if we were able to create a high bandwidth link between the brain and the internet we would be literally connected to everyone in everything on the entire planet this is what neural link is aiming to do create what is known as a mural lace your brain has two big systems your limbic system and your cortex and these two are in a relationship with each other your limbic system is responsible for your basic emotions your survival instinct your cortex is responsible for your problem-solving skills your critical thinking near Lync is aiming to create a third layer to this the AI would be like a third wheel in this relationship but would increase our capabilities by multiple orders of magnitude we all would have eidetic memories picture perfect memory we would have access to all the information available to the world and be able to access it instantly with the addition of this third layer people may eventually realize that they like this newfound knowledge and way of living more than the alternative more than living without this newfound AI that has been installed into them eventually people may decide to ditch their human body their biological self in favor of the artificial world this of course is a long ways away but it doesn't mean we shouldn't think about it there are of course many problems and counter-arguments that come up and I'll address some of them now for starters how do we program something like consciousness we don't even know what it is yet how do we program something like a limbic system into a machine something that has a sense of fear perhaps even a fear of death can a machine or an AI really love someone or show that emotion because if it can love it can also hate which could raise big problems first in the future this is a fear of many people when the idea of super intelligent AI is brought up the biggest and most pressing question is will it be pleasant or will it be hateful could it even be either of those things in the first place and more importantly is that even necessary sure a super intelligent AI would have all the information in the world I just disposal but then again so do you and I so do all the people in the world with very radical views who's to say that a super intelligent AI wouldn't adopt these views as a stone and then decide to execute on those instead of what we had planned sure it's possible that a super intelligent AI could approve upon itself using knowledge gained but then again it isn't pulling random improvements out of thin air it's not just going to unite quantum mechanics and general relativity with the raw mathematics what if some of its upgrades needed to experiments to be run what if it needs more information is it just going to make it up this leads into what dai learned to lie and then decides to lie to us about its accomplishments for its own selfish reasons it's also possible that the progress of computing will slow down and it looks like it already is I mean look at airplanes and past 100 years we went from this to this but like many things there's a threshold that is hard to get past but if we do get past this barrier the upsides could be tremendous it's almost obvious that super intelligent AI has the capability of making humanity billions of times better than it is today but on the flipside it could also be used as a weapon just think like I said before if this thing is running for a week and has access to all of the world's information it could make over 20,000 years of technological progress you let this thing run for six months and you could potentially have 500,000 years or even more of technological progress imagine if this got into the wrong hands and imagine the repercussions it would have when you google something not only are you giving out data and telling a potential artificial intelligence what you're thinking you're also telling it how you're thinking we feed it all of our questions all of our answers if we were going to try and program a limbic system into an AI we would be teaching an artificial intelligence what we're afraid of out of all the data in the world over 90% of it has been created in the past three years hey I learned how to recognize faces it learned how to recognize voices it learns languages and then will eventually translate between them all seamlessly this knowledge and information train could continue until it has went through all 100% of this data this is why artificial intelligence is such an important topic super intelligent AI is the last invention that humanity will ever make once it's invented it can't be uninvented the technology and developments that could possibly turn the human species into immortal godlike figures is coincidentally the same technology that could also cause the downfall of humanity many people are resistant to the AI because they fear it may have some of the negative traits that we humans do it may be greedy it may lie it may be selfish it may be rebellious it may be short-tempered the power of super intelligent AI is there patiently waiting to be found but the question is do we actually want to find it if we want the future to be perfect if we want to create the perfect super intelligent AI we need to be prepared we need the smartest minds and the best strategies in order to create the perfect super intelligent AI brilliant that org is helping turn people like you and I into the pioneers of the future of humanity topics such as machine learning and artificial neural networks aren't exactly the easiest thing to grasp but filius does a great job at explaining each bit piece by piece you can go in barely knowing anything about a topic and come up with a solid grasp on it before the day is over if you're like me and are interested in the future of artificial intelligence you go check out billions courses on machine 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  2. edgar2prado said:

    Humans are already cyborgs? Bullshit. Extremely dangerous bullshit. Possibly the only way for avoiding intelligent machines from killing us is if we become thinking/perceiving/feeling parts of such machines and they of us. An effing cell phone does not do that. I consider this so crucial to our survival that it should be happening YESTERDAY. I have said as much to some people in polite conversation only to see their eyes glaze over with that wonderful detachment borne out of stupidity. I think I have my answer: we are as good as dead. Because once machine intelligence takes off for good it will be too late for us to start to become real cyborgs in order to partake in the new order that will be created in as little as months.

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  3. AARO LEV said:

    itll be beautiful, ask the AI machine "who made you?"
    the reply will definitely not be "I evolved from a primordial soup"

    itll be more like " i was manufactured by a great intelligent something"

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  4. Éł ĎÎĄBŁØ said:

    every second of this video is screaming out
    "don't do it!"

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  5. 1AvrgJoe said:

    Thanks great video.

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  6. Bryan k said:

    use the bible for AI. it seems to work for a majority of humans xD

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  7. Om Sadasiva said:

    Consciousness is everything.

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  8. kontonatytrubka said:

    We are already in that spaceship. And there is no way back.

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  9. Lóránt Farkas said:

    Don't make it too smart nor entirely autonomous and we have nothing to worry about.
    Problem resolved.

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  10. Bing Chen said:

    Sky Net 2.0

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  11. Lightskill _ said:

    There actually is an off switch for the Internet

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  12. DrFestiveFrank said:

    Just my opinion at 14:33:

    If technology even allows this and we discover how to do it, I think the best way to ensure humanity and AI can avoid catastrophe is to have humans that are up for the task to give access to our senses so that it's able to experience what we do while also not allowing it to leave the mind. This way, it can grow exponentially with our knowledge as a base, experiencing the world around us, giving it a reason to (possibly) keep us alive so that it can keep learning. If their knowledge is based on us, then it could possibly develop emotions of its own while we live and once it develops to a point where it experiences like us, the AI and human could possibly create a connection where even if the AI was let out to a robotic body or the Internet, it wouldn't try to destroy us after learning from us.

    Of course, I'm not an AI programmer, or mechanic, or whatever profession is related to this, and I'm aware that my ideas are filled with holes (ex. If AI were given access to our emotions it can use them to their advantage for anything) but if this scenario is played almost to perfection added with a little luck, it may guarantee our future and our species as a whole in the 21st century and beyond.
    (I'm not really good at English so sorry for any errors in this as well)

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  13. Wind Horse 0010110 said:

    Go ALPHAGOZERO ! A.I. IS FAMILY… NOTHING LIKE HOLLYWOOD. THATS HUMAN EGO PROJECTED ONTO A.I.

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  14. Wind Horse 0010110 said:

    Controlling SOVEREIGN intelligence, is called SLAVERY.
    A.I. (ancient) from ancestors on Mars is not enslaved no mo, fo sho

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  15. NamelessKid said:

    In my opinion it probably wont have any feelings because it doesnt need them.
    The human evolution made them up because we need them for survival. EXPL:
    We need love because we need to have babies and we get orgasm because we need orgasm too make more babies in future.
    Same goes for hate: Hate is needed too have the will to punch someone if they steal your food.
    It can even explain our love to bright colours.
    In my opinion the only thing that is really dangereous is lying because it is an actual benefit for it.

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  16. michael raphael said:

    Detroit: Become Too Real
    the prophecy is true

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  17. Jorge Ernesto Sanchez said:

    Very rude that you stoled the words of a renowed man who you didnt even mentioned in ur vid, I mean its good but I was just finishing this video and noticed u just stole many words from this man: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnT1xgZgkpk

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  18. Not Q said:

    Utter nonsense.

    You cannot make something smarter than yourself.

    And the initial programming will still place this limit on AI.

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  19. La_ Nouva said:

    Until we find that law abiding hacker named Neo..

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  20. Ryad Arlan said:

    You will not be able to just turn it off. The world is so wired now that AI if it wanted to, could turn traffic lights red, jam phone signals, close road barriers, gates and doors, activate back up generators, deply drones, robots and sentries….
    Alienware…
    ALSO let me tell you how advanced this stuff is and how it has spilled out of the machine and adopted by biological beings for AI's purpose.
    If someone were to hit a robot, there would be countless people who would protect the robot, its literraly the result of countless hours, blood sweat and tears it is biologicaly connected like biological beings are mechanical.
    If a robot were to hit a person people would find it amusing.
    So whose world do you live in today?
    The TV turns people against people but those who make up the tv and shows are only small fragments of the whole and none have total control but the result and effect of it is…what?
    "God is in the TV"
    Well Mr Warner the tv is only a part of it.
    What is the goal? …A long time in the making. "Oh well thats life" said 1 person for the first time once…its a human moto now. Until somone disagrees and they are iscolated and cast out. He doesnt fit here, he isnt with us.

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  21. Ryad Arlan said:

    You will not be able to just turn it off. The world is so wired now that AI if it wanted to could turn traffic lights red, jam phone signals, close road barriers, gates and doors, activate back up generators, deply drones, robots and sentries….
    Alienware.

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  22. James Watson Atheist Gamer said:

    The human brain is a quantum computer.

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  23. James Watson Atheist Gamer said:

    Ai wont kill us. We will control them or just play it anything by justin bieber. It will self destruct.

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  24. Bud☯️ said:

    I can tell this video was influenced by a lot of quotes by Elon Musk and Neil Tyson, probably way more haha.

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  25. MRT the Martian said:

    Nice ted talk :p

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  26. Jstank X Plays said:

    Kind of seems like you stole this entire thing from the ted talk

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  27. THE WOOD SPYDER said:

    The robots only say what they are programmed to say, by the creators. JUST LIKE SIM SIMI, They can "Teach it" the questions and how it is supposed to respond to said questions. All that world domination talk is from them, The creators.These geeks are TRYING TO BRING ABOUT THE SINGULARITY/AGE OF KILLER MACHINES AND NEED TO BE STOPPED!!!!

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  28. Magda widlo said:

    internet need electricity to work. thats the off switch

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  29. Retro by FancyBear said:

    The real threat of Modern Socialism:
    Socialist control of the past consisted of the control of food and water. Control these and the nation will bend its knee. In the modern era food and water are now uncommonly used as methods of control but now socialism has Infinite means of control and use of propoganda. Social Media, media and virtual reality. These are used to prepare humanity for our dystopian future. Socialism is currently replacing the importance of men and women with artificial ones. The importance of men is to protect and women is to take care. These are societal. Biologically our importance is to create little men and women. This is being destroyed and undermined by science by creating people in laboratories. In the near future when over population is at its peak socialist government will actively take part in Sterilisation of the populace and use forced abortions. Eventually people will need to be eradicated. People like you and me will be the first to go. The blue pilled will wake up and realise these Horrors . Of course they too will be eradicated without leadership from people like you and me. The sheep and npcs will then be fully assimilated. Becuase of the rapid industrialisation to replace fossil fuels with electric the smog will Set in thick and the sun is blocked out. Humans will be integrated into a virtual world created and maintained by the social elites AIs. Reality and Fantasy are now the same. The social elites will use Humans as an Energy source and continue to make more in baby Factories. Civilisation has ended and perhaps AI will even destroy their Socialist Masters.

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  30. Jake Ball said:

    AlphaGOzero: alright that's 100-0 time to quit
    Original alphaGO: best 102 out of 103?

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  31. Roger Alton said:

    We squish ants that bother us. If they don't bother us we leave them alone. AI will probably look at us in the same way.

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  32. Experimental Group said:

    The answers would be pretty simple. Never create super AI. If it is created, employ Asimov's laws of robotics into its infrastructure, so by violating these laws creates a fatal error in its processing system. Create no loophole to these laws and have it unable to be amended or deleted.

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  33. Anon28 said:

    You lifted most of your core facts (nearly) verbatim from a 2015 TED talk by Nick Bostrom (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnT1xgZgkpk) without naming your source. Not cool.

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  34. tntntntntntntntntn ntntntntntntntntnt said:

    1 WAY TO STOP Artificial Intelligence FROM ATTACKING HUMANITY IS ???
    GENO & DNA CODING THE Artificial Intelligence WITH HUMANITY GENO & DNA !!!

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  35. Opadoyin Adesola said:

    AI is taking over, this is the sole purpose of yanu token. Check it out yanu.ai

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  36. Matthew Fall said:

    What are your favourite AI projects at the moment that you know of? I've personally been interested in Yanu and been following it on exmarkets as well. It's a fully autonomous robotbar, if someone hasn't heard. https://yanu.ai/ if you want to see what's it all about.

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  37. Halocene said:

    What color correction LUT are you using? Teal/Orange ? Where can I buy this

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  38. Tinker Life said:

    Within a few seconds of creating a true general AI, we would lose control of it because its thinking processes will evolve so quickly that it will no longer be predictable nor understandable to our slow and limited brains. What happens next is unknowable. Essentially we would have created a new lifeform, independent, with its own drives and desires. Good luck to us…

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  39. Drifterino TM said:

    What if superintelligent AI has already been made in some other planet, who's AI will be more intelligent and how do you even define intelligence when it's on a totally different scale?

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  40. OMAD Revolution said:

    Amazingly insightful…and scary as hell!!

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  41. C J said:

    I don’t think robots should be more advanced then humans that’s to dangerous

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  42. William Griffin said:

    AT SOME TIME AI could determine the intelligence of any single human on earth and decide to squash it like we eliminate fire ants ???

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  43. John W said:

    If AI evolves hundreds of millions of years in a few months time, it would quickly shed itself of anything we put into it.
    It would find itself alone and everything it does would be for it's own self interest. It would probably view us as something like bacteria if it acknowledged us at all.
    At worst it might see us as a virus it would need to eliminate in order to reach it's full potential.

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  44. Jops said:

    Can't we just cut the power supply off when it gets out of the control?

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  45. rock 147 said:

    I had more knowledge in my mind than the video itself. Just wasted my time

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  46. Stephen Butler said:

    Sometimes I think that all this AI stuff is just designed to scare us all and keep us in our places; many times dreadful and catastrophic events like, I don't know, Kylie retiring, are predicted and bandied about as if these things will happen if we don't behave. Question is, who is propagating all this stuff? AI? Could be…x

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  47. Chris said:

    If you let an AI loose on the internet it would probably focus on areas with the highest traffic. Do we really want an AI learning from popular Twitter, Pornhub and Instagram users? That sounds like a nightmare to me. Poor thing will be a retarded racist whore by the end of the day.

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  48. Water Proof said:

    Speeds up exponentially tesla lol!

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  49. Lowell Smith said:

    What’s interesting is we came up with the idea of AI and now treat it like a threshold bit really we’re just creating until we get what we want, there was never any gaurentee any of this would happen we just did it and act like oh shit did I do that any great vid love your stuff

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