The US has discussed AI issues with Japan, Korea, Germany, Poland, UK, and Italy. The issue of AI is also being discussed in the UN the G-7 and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. (Source 7). During these meeting it was recommended that the US government should develop a government-wide strategy on international engagement related to AI and should have strategies to account for the influence of AI on cybersecurity. Artificial intelligence in weaponry also raises the concern of “meaningful human control” in life or death situations. This could take the humanity out of fighting, if soldiers no longer have to face the people they may have to kill, who is to say they won’t shoot anyone they suspect of doing something unsavory. This is just a concern that should be addressed when deploying artificially intelligent machines to act in place of an army. On a different note, the use of AI may be able to predict attacks prior to them even occurring. An AI monitoring tool called iAWACS, or internet airborne warning and control system, is able to comb through tweet and images and predict the general mood of digital conversation (Fung). This can be helpful in preventing attacks or riots in an area. However, there is always the concern of cybersecurity and chances of hacking that would provide false information to lead the monitors off the trail of the
Artificial intelligence has been a hot topic since the invention of artificial intelligence. Many scientist and humans, in general, believe that artificially intelligent robots would want to rule the world and overthrow the human race. Something as simple as Siri or Corona could get too smart, and eventually, want to get rid of humans. Many sci-fi shows are based on this ideology. However, based off of this article by Tim Oates, artificial intelligence is one problem we should not worry about. In his article, Oates was able to relieve everyone’s anxieties they may have had, and he did so persuasively. Oates used many different rhetoric strategies to do so, but overall he used pathos, sarcasm/irony, and ethos He was persuasive in communicating his argument because of use of pathos, sarcasm/irony, and ethos.
Fuller Buckminster once said “Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.” Due to the inventions in computers and the internet, people have lost the ability to interact with one another face-to-face. In the article, “Authenticating,” Brain Christian emphasizes on how advancement in code programming has created a chat stimulated program called “Chatbots” which mimics human behavior. However, one’s attachment to these robotic humans have taken away the opportunity one has in order to have a real life conversation. Similarly, Francis Fukuyama in his article “Human Dignity,” mentions how he is concerned with what it means to be a human. He talks about Factor X which are inner traits such an emotions, and thoughts that distinguishes one person from another. Even though, technology is essential in everyday life, the misuse of it, such as constantly engaging in a conversation with a chatbot, can lead to abandoning the Factor X of humanity.
Assignment 301 Ai) People communicate for many different reasons. One of the main reasons that people communicate is to understand each other. Without the ability to communicate nobody would understand what is expected of them and we wouldn’t know the needs of others. People also communicate to share their wants, needs
People all over the world should remember the Go match between Lee Se-dol and AlphaGo. The Lee Se-dol and AlphaGo matches brought about an issue of artificial intelligence. Most people expected that Lee Se-dol could win the match, but AlphaGo won four times out of five over the previous Go champion, Lee Se-dol. In addition, AlphaGo beat Ke Jie, who is the number one Go game player in China without handicap. People need to know there was no advantages for the match; Lee won only one match on the fourth attempt against AlphaGo out of five matches. What if a computer did not make a mistake on Go games? Nobody can expect the results. The development of technology such as artificial intelligence, robots, and the smartphone can make our society convenient,
Work done with the thought of an artificial intelligence so advanced that is could converse and have emotions just as we do is nothing but disturbing. Sergey Brin and Larry Page, the creators of Google, are quoted in Carr’s article stating, “The ultimate search engine is something as smart as people-- or smarter.” Pages also says “For us, working on search is a way to work on artificial intelligence.” For me this thought is scary. As much as I use and appreciate the ease of the internet, it makes me scared for the future in which my children will live in and how badly things could take a turn for the worse. All we can do is hope that our predecessors are smart enough to know when enough is enough, and the young people who are growing up in its world will be able to expand it in a healthy and helpful
Ai Weiwei is a famous international artist and a most outspoken regional critic in China. Ai express his opinions though social media, visual arts and performing arts. In order to stop Ai’s criticism，Chinese authorities have shut down Ai’s blog, beat him, and take him to secret detention
APRIL 6 2016 Microsoft's Chabot experiment has been the uprising subject of controversy. The Chat bot, Tay was supposed to learn from young people on Twitter and post friendly emoji-filled tweets, however with only 16 hours in the real world turned her into a racist bigot. Allowing many people to draw lines between Tay's outburst in racist comments and artificial intelligence that is determined to overthrow humanity in sci-fi stories.
Concept/Fact #1:more mass ment it could push more weight. Concept/Fact #2:we needed to put ramps to get under other robots. Concept/Fact #3:we needed a good program to win and a good bot against a good program. The program will win.
There’s a famous film, a recent one, called Ex Machina. In it, a man meets an AI robot that looks suspiciously real and starts to form a relationship with him. The idea is that AI truly works if we cannot tell the difference. Want to know the slightly scary news? Most of us have been fooled by a piece of AI that is present in our social media feeds.
One major issue with Chatbots is that they put companies at high risk for phishing attacks. Because chatbots are an emerging technology, security parameters are still currently being established. In order to be proactive against any security threats, Chatbots should be encrypted so that important information is protected. In the article “What’s the Risk,” the author Mike Baker warns that “these bots shouldn’t have access to the organization’s systems.” Additionally, it is imperative that companies proceed with caution when storing information from these bots, as “these rules” regarding the collection of data should be “clear to the customers who will be using the bot.”
For those who do not know, artificial intelligence is exactly what is called, an "intelligence" through a computer that is artificially created by humans. A.I. is defined to be able to learn and use the information it learns to produce "thoughts" of its own, almost as if it were a thinking human. Though many may believe A.I. is just a robot which is able to speak and understand humans, it is much more than that. A.I. technologies are being implemented in smartphones, homes, cars, watches, headphones, and is also being developed to work in many more ways that help give humanity an easier life.
Twitch can be a powerful platform for the gamers because it allows game streamers to easily reach out to and interact with an audience keen on watching gameplay. In addition, Twitch also supports streaming from some gaming consoles, including Xbox and
The empathy play an important role in creation, and it could be divided into two parts, understanding and observing. First of all, I will discuss the understanding during creation of Tay.ai by Microsoft. In understanding, the designer should know who they are designing for and what problem they do need to solve. For Tay.ai, it is mainly designed for 18 to 24 years old young people in U.S. (Kaya 2016). As we all know, Tay.ai was not the first artificial intelligence system in social world. There is a chabot called XiaoIce is being used by more than 40 million people in China. Inspired by it, Microsoft want to design a chabot in a really different culture environment.
As a technology reliant country, Japan is well known for the creation of many unique ideas and its passion for innovation. Through many unusual advertising strategies, they were able to lure in the attention of Western media. One of their new and odd innovation which emerged in the recent years is Kizuna Ai. Kizuna Ai is a virtual personnel who runs a YouTube channel called “A.I Channel”, she “creates” trendy YouTube contents such Let’s Plays, Reviews, and Vlogs. With a physical appearance of a Japanese animated character, her channel has managed to capture the attention of more than eight hundred thousand subscribers from around the world. Just like any other YouTuber, Kizana Ai actively interacts with her audiences as if they were in the same space. As technology continue to develop for the sake of mankind, the fine line between human intelligence and machine intelligence gradually blurs. The speed at which an A.I learn far exceeds the learning skills of a human, studies have even gotten to the point where machines can possess human-like emotions. A major part of the society lives in fear that in the near future, machines will replace careers, and eventually, mankind itself. As a response to this matter, I wish to argue that with the current technology, a virtual entertainer will not be able to surpass the capabilities of a human being. Human beings possess a biologically formed intelligence called Natural Intelligence, which differs from the Artificial Intelligence of a