If we can't trust our 'collective data' combined with AI that already exists, especially within social media, how can we come to ever trust corporate AI. The fundamental research for these algorithms and deep learning systems originated at our public universities. Are these intellectual thieves going to put proprietary restrictions on the "knowledge" we've all collectively created over the course of human history? That was one of the most important questions that Marx asked himself, his 200 birthday is May 18th, 2018, many academics see this as his most enlightened part of his writings. Karl Marx was simply centuries ahead of his time with regard to automation. Strangely very few departments in economics even bother to teach his work to their undergraduate students. I now think Marx ideas should now form the basis of at least 50% of first year economics curriculum.Just like the invention of gunpowder and thermonuclear weapons, the creation of fully AI weaponry will be like a genie that will refuse to go back into its lamp. At least the first two have human soldiers and leaders that make the final decision; but a fully autonomous weapon released on a population will have no master.
You'll be very a busy Sayain.I'm going to let you guys out on a secret, but please don't share with others. I'm actually not a human. I'm a Sayain; sworn to protect planet earth from all evils.
If any robot tries to take over the planet, you guys should know that I will be there to stop it.
My power levels have been increasing at an exponential level, and I have recently mastered Ultra Instinct. Sayains' have no limit, so regardless of how strong Artifical Intellegince is, they will no be match for a Sayain.
Now, rideshare on my fellow comrades, knowing very well that I'm here to prtoect you.
Again, this is a secret. Don't share it with your uncle who is also ridesharing.