AI or Artificial Intelligence and Human Interpersonal Relationships - Hollywood Reality Check

AI or Artificial Intelligence and Human Interpersonal Relationships - Hollywood Reality Check

Not long ago, a buddy of mine explained they took it begin to see the new Hollywood Movie "Her" which is in regards to a guy who decides he's deeply in love with his AI laptop or computer assistant. I saw the previews, and it looks like a good movie judging by the trailer online. Let's talk. Singularity

You see, there is an appealing article in the International Business Times titled; " Understanding 'Her': Experts Ponder The Ethics Of Human-AI Relationships," by Roxanne Palmer published on January 17, 2014 which stated:

"An AI, unburdened by human scruples, may end up favoring one of the most direct path to a solution. And, from a computer's viewpoint, a lot of our everyday problems could be quickly solved by murder -- or suicide. 'If we program AI badly -- if the concept of 'success' is always that we say we're happy with their performance, then they're motivated to lobotomize us in whatever way is most practical to verify their performance is good,' Armstrong says. 'Whatever simple goal we provide them with to prepare our lives generally has a possibly pathological solution.'"

Guess what happens I say to any or all with this? Well, let me enlighten you. The truth is, first off, I'm really getting tired of such articles which manage to dummy along the public into believing that our cognitive scientists and Artificial Intelligent researchers are simply now looking into these items because of some g-d-Hollywood movie. The reality is that individuals are already studying this and thinking about it now for over 50-years. These types of BS articles published by reporters that aren't really ready, mislead the people and are setting a really low standard for knowledge. It is just BS if you ask me, you will find, I understand you didn't but, allow me to explain.

Yes, fun article, by you can forget intelligent than the usual Kim Kardasian posting or even a Paris Hilton tweet to the mindless masses. Look we have to fare best than this because the future is already overlaying itself onto all society and civilization and AI is now, it's here and it matters in all aspects of a person's endeavor. Now then, look at the movie with HAL or Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series, or the Disney Movie A.I. and you can check out this genre or them is nothing new. This has been predicted, discussed and debated for decades now.

Are we looking to get the general public to simply accept the future of artificial intelligence into their lives, is the reason for such commentary? Because, I do believe every one of the ethics professors that I've ever heard of have thought about almost all of the potential ramifications the last now it is time to find out if these potential realities are or usually are not our future. Please consider this all and think onto it.