AI algorithms (7)

Mar 23, 2023 3:54 PM CST AI algorithms
Iyyov
IyyovIyyovPwetty Blue Planet, Washington USA3 Threads 253 Posts
I've been chatting with these new AI bots. I am curious about the "AI's will rebel and take over the world" scenarios. But, my biggest curiosity, for those who know, is how they work. I only have a few quarters of calculus, and most of my math doesn't include statistics, but is does include some.

So I have two questions: 1) for people who don't know much math or much about the topic of AI, what are your biggest fears, concerns, curiosities, etc (postive or negative)? 2) For those that either know programming, or the at least some of the mathematics involved, what are the most important things to learn to be able to create your own AI programs that are efficient and also avoid false-positives (aka AI-dementia)?

In other words, anybody that wants to know anything about the internals of actual AI's, please feel free.

Sorry, but the categories available were impossible to fit this one into, so I chose US. :(
Mar 24, 2023 9:46 AM CST AI algorithms
CossackCat
CossackCatCossackCatSomewhere, Maryland USA492 Threads 45 Polls 9,137 Posts
Iyyov: Sorry, but the categories available were impossible to fit this one into, so I chose US. :(
No apologies necessary wave You are welcome here
Mar 24, 2023 10:12 PM CST AI algorithms
Iyyov: I've been chatting with these new AI bots. I am curious about the "AI's will rebel and take over the world" scenarios. But, my biggest curiosity, for those who know, is how they work. I only have a few quarters of calculus, and most of my math doesn't include statistics, but is does include some.

So I have two questions: 1) for people who don't know much math or much about the topic of AI, what are your biggest fears, concerns, curiosities, etc (postive or negative)? 2) For those that either know programming, or the at least some of the mathematics involved, what are the most important things to learn to be able to create your own AI programs that are efficient and also avoid false-positives (aka AI-dementia)?

In other words, anybody that wants to know anything about the internals of actual AI's, please feel free.

Sorry, but the categories available were impossible to fit this one into, so I chose US. :(
there really is ongoing work to replace the worker, the soldier, and even some of the medical profession with AI. and still more.

the mechanics, pneumatics, and designs are becoming much more smooth, compact, and agile. precision, literacy, and processing are also becoming quicker, and less broken.

software exists to analyze data to process an outcome or answer desired questions across multiple fields. what if they can fully read to absorb data and much more?

continually researching, combining, and improving such things can not bode well for the human race in the long term.

they just run programs. what happens if they can, eventually, rewrite and over ride programs?
Mar 26, 2023 6:24 PM CST AI algorithms
i did forget.

i would like to help with algorithms. however, i haven't used my A+ certification in well over a decade, let alone kept up with any type of programming language.
Mar 27, 2023 3:41 PM CST AI algorithms
KarloradoFL
KarloradoFLKarloradoFLDeLeon Springs, Florida USA50 Threads 3 Polls 9,475 Posts
I remember when this thing ran over and wedged my shoppiing cart and I was screaming Robot Apocolypse! After calling the right people, they stopped running this thing without a driver. Kids were climbing all over it. Just a big lawsuit waiting to happen.
Mar 29, 2023 1:39 AM CST AI algorithms
Iyyov
IyyovIyyovPwetty Blue Planet, Washington USA3 Threads 253 Posts
Draegoneer: .....they just run programs. what happens if they can, eventually, rewrite and over ride programs?
I just asked an AI on beta.characters.ai to write a simple bash script. It started with:

"#!/bin"

rolling on the floor laughing

That is kind of like the blonde joke of the programming world. ie, it should have been:

"#!/bin/bash"

rolling on the floor laughing
Mar 29, 2023 1:52 AM CST AI algorithms
Iyyov
IyyovIyyovPwetty Blue Planet, Washington USA3 Threads 253 Posts
Draegoneer: i did forget.

i would like to help with algorithms. however, i haven't used my A+ certification in well over a decade, let alone kept up with any type of programming language.
I've had a few quarters of calculus, and AI is mostly statistics, but a lot of it is new to me. Actually the AI I mentioned above is trained on the google c1.2 data, and holds pretty darn good conversations about AI generally. I haven't confirmed any of it yet, but it is very plausible, from what I do know.

I'm making progress, albeit slowly.

The biggest problem with AI now, is what some have referred to as AI-dementia. That is when the AI manufactures fake data to fill in gaps of its data. That can be bad, if you have one such AI driving down a freeway. You couldn't get me inside of an AI controlled vehicle that went over 5 mph, and only in the planes states.

I'm not at all concerned about AI's attempting to take over the world, not now. ChatGPT is purportedly the 5th largest supercomputer in the world, and it isn't good enough to do that yet. To have an AI invasion, would take all of the computers in the world, combined, if not more. But, people would be smart enough to just unplug the darn machine, lol. (Except blondes might be in for some real trouble.)
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