Yeah, but a lot of them don’t have intelligence, either. . .
it was after some movie we had on cd (you remember those, right? One of the animated features. . . sorry i can’t remember the name of it. . .
Nah, I don’t think a computer could EVER be programmed to make the links I or my friends or people in general make; the associations that you only know from personal experience or family “language” or the million and one ephemera that bloat your brain. AI couldn’t possibly carry on a conversation where the “line” is one book quote to another, punctuated by lines from songs, interspersed with facts from current magazine articles, coupled with great quotes from past humorists: which is what my conversations are like. Computers will never be spontaneously funny or even spontaneous. . .just can’t happen. . .oh, wait, I take they back: they CAN spontaneously mess up. Those damn nanobots running around in there. . .
(Grin) Whatever. . .
LETCHYERSELF GO, ROSIE! See how many styles you can paint it in: paint like Van Gogh, like Seurat, like Monet, like Pollack, like Avery, like Basquiat, like. . .a couple of years ago, I even found a Japanese artist who painted using his Excel program. Disney once had a documentary on how to paint a tree showcasing four different artists, and you can’t believe how different the trees looked.
OMG! This is as bad as the toilet paper over/under or squeeze toothpaste from middle/bottom quandries!!!!
LUV the hair ornaments!!!!!
Yeah. What the hell’s going on?
Not a matter of soul. AI will always be secondary to, and dependent on, those who program it. Techs have bee trying for years to “create” AI, and, the last I heard, the AI was at the level of a 3-or-4-year old. All computers do is store, retrieve and cross-reference the information they are fed. Granted, they can sort a helluva lot of material, and cross reference it faster, but they will NEVER be able to acquire knowledge “on their own”, as it were. Now will they ever be able to, on their own, be able to generate that “Eureka!” moment that so often accompanies human discoveries, good AND bad.
You have ALL my sympathy and support. Hope he doesn’t get away with a damn thing. I can tell you, however, you WILL have a much happier life without him.