Do you think that AI will ever feel emotions?

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  1. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    AI is much like a human in its infant stage… both rapidly learnin what is necessary to survive an prosper.!!!

    Early on thru human intelligence… more an more thru AI itself.!!!
     
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  3. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    If you mean gaining (? and understanding ?) more stuff not sure that qualifies as evolving

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  5. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    I don't think that AI is anything like that. No AI is trying to survive. No AI can prosper. Changes in the development of AI is simply the programmers refining the algorithms.
    I guess you could say programmers are like infants, they are learning and changing the code so that they can sell their technology and prosper.
     
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  7. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    AI is in the infent stage for sure... but i dont see humans as bein anythang magical so no reason to thank duplication ant a real posiblity.!!!
     
  8. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    Prolly lots of people see AI as little more than an electric addin machine

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  9. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    Huh?
     
  10. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    Refining the algorithm is an evolutionary process. The new algorithms already include a "desire to learn".
    One of the GPT3 unit's favorite book is "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".

    The new GPT learns like a human and it is able to write it's own code!!! IOW, it can learn and solve problems all by itself. If it discovers that it needs something special, it will ask for it or if it has access , will just incorporate it into its program.

    An advanced AI will be able to consciously evolve itself, just as humans are doing. Not necessarily physically, but intellectually!

    Except for the digitized avatars, if you close your eyes, it is a discussion between sentient beings. And GPT4 is being developed which will have almost the synaptic equivalent of the human brain.

    The developers believe that there is not limit to the computational power of the new AI model. The main problem is size. The GPT units require enormous space and can really only be useful trough digitized avatars, but the brain power is astounding.
    None of these discussions are preprogrammed. All of it is spontaneous and improvisational!
     
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  11. river

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    I just hope that a Natural Biological Human Being can exist without being controlled by ai . Freedom from electronics controlling most of our lives . Computers , ai are the electronics pinnicle . What is the pinnicle of Human Life both Intellectually and Physically . Its easier and faster and cheaper to advance electronics , than it is research into the Human Brain , Mind and Body .
     
  12. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    Great line in Bicentennial Man where he requires repair which can only be performed at the company

    In the office of the CEO the law is being laid down about only the repair is to be performed. Under no circumstances can the company tinker with the Positronic brain (company wants to discover why Bicentennial Man has abilities no other robots have)

    The cost of the repair is brought up and it is explained Bicentennial Man will pay for it himself since he earns so much

    The line is "Not bad for a kitchen appliance" as Bicentennial Man had been been described earlier

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  13. river

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    Without an Intellect to build ai , ai would not exist . And that intellect is us . If some want to take tech , ai to the limit then that is up to you . Just Remember Our Evolution , millions of yrs to get to where we could build ai . Respect Our Human History , from the Beginning Of Human existence till now .And don't forget , ever .
     
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  14. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    Living things today were mechanical things in the past. Do living things understand mechanics of things? Apparently, natural selection doesn't need to understand anything except that some dynamic patterns naturally survive to multiply in possession of better adapted complexity.

    The Fibonacci sequence in plants is a result of evolution in growth patterns, until the most efficient energy processing pattern emerged. Plants do not need to know the Fibonacci sequence. They just have acquired this growth pattern that outcompeted all other patterns in efficiency, balance and symmetry

    Natural selection (addition) of desirable traits equates with Natural discarding (subtraction) of undesirable traits.
     
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  15. river

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    Nah every being has its Achilles Heal .
     
  16. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    Sure, fact is that human are extremely limited in hardiness. Our natural survival range is quite narrow. If it weren't for our brains all of humanity would probably be extinct. We'd still be needing trees to protect us from ground predators as the other apes still do.

    The little waterbear (tardigrade) has an enormous survival range. It is practically indestructible and can be found in some of the most hostile environments on earth. You can shoot this little critter out of a gun and it'll just pick itself up and amble away.

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    Tardigrades, also known as water bears, are hardy life forms that can survive extreme temperatures—from volcanic vents on the ocean floor to the frigid climes of Antarctica. The microscopic organism can also resist the vacuum of space and lethal doses of radiation, reports Jonathan O'Callaghan for Science.

    Water Bears Can Survive Impact Speeds of 1,845 Miles Per Hour
    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smar...st-their-survivability-upon-impact-180977784/
     
  17. river

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    How narrow is this range ? Of course , thats why it is important to have a Brain . Obviously .
     
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  20. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    Only with the help of artificial temperature control mechanisms. That's where our brains save us from extinction.
     
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    But their not implanted into Us . Eskimos had no tempureture control mechanisms . They survived .
     
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