☕ David Antoine Interesting quote found on quitfacebook... "Our brains are no match for our technology". But our technology is a direct result of our brains. So, put it very simply, is it matching when we do good things with it and not matching when we do bad things? Any thoughts?
😏 Yt L. Technology lets us concentrate and combine mental energy. I could beat any chess AI if the developer were only allowed 30 seconds to write it, but if the developer has weeks or months to concentrate chess/AI strategy and persist it in a well tested program... The invested mental energy adds up and overcomes the natural condition.
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☕ David Antoine Do you think it will be possible one day to code something simple for a few minutes and then let it go and see it auto-rewrite itself to a high AI level? Makes me think again about cellular automata, starting simple to end up very complex.. Or simplexity ; but I'm not sure the term could apply in that case as it is more in relation to chaos theory and strange attractors (if I remember correctly)...
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😏 Yt L. Maybe! Although then, using the paradigm I described above, I'd describe it as a concentration of all the intellectual energy that went into developing or discovering the system that enabled this.
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☕ David Antoine That could be pretty useful, provided you don't fuck up the initial conditions and be certain of its reproducibility I guess... All this makes me want to watch Ex Machina again :) Alicia Vikander was perfect in that movie...
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