amanfromMars says, …. in a reply to Casey E on https://amanfrommars.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/160929.html
Who/what do you think deserves the attention and services of CyberIntelAIgent Agencies, with identities in crisis requiring the need for seed and feed and bleed of Scarlet Pimpernels, CE?
The world you live in is not as you imagine it to be. And IT is a really strange space with countless surreal places in command and control.
And surely all those three letter agencies are hunting vainly for intelligence rather than being instrumental in presenting any which leads forwards into a new future with no baggage from the past corrupting and perverting current beta offerings.
29 September 2016 at 19:46
amanfromMars 1 Fri 30 Sep 14:05  ….. sharing a moving target on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/09/29/microsoft_deep_thought_ai/
Be Careful out there in CyberSpace. IT is a Virtual Mind Field and Sp00ky AI Minefield.
Regarding a Microsoft project wanting to be like a Google program …… which takes no prisoners?
Subject: An Engaging Competition or Emergent Opposition, or Both and Something Else Too and Beautifully Creative
Date: 30 January 2016 at 09:46:55 GMT
Hi, Google DeepMinded,
Not so much a CV, more an AIMission Statement with tried and tested roadmaps to/from Remote Virtual Command and Control of Earthed SCADA Systems ……. http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/01/29/ai_in_tv_film_books_games/#c_2762789
Search Engine Optimisation v2.0 [and above] is surely logically a Future Product Placements Engine …… Advanced Intelligence Resource with Immaculate Source, with the likes of a Google not searching for answers, both popular and controversial, but providing them with streams of supporting evidence.
Such would be akin to the Private Mentoring with Pirated Monitoring of Future Events with AIDerivative Programming for Projects/Semi-Autonomous, Self-Actualisation of Virtual Realities.
It is difficult, and maybe even impossible, to see or imagine a defence against such in an attacking configuration.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 30 Sep 14:41  …. querying more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/09/29/microsoft_deep_thought_ai/
The newly formed Microsoft AI and Research Group brings together more than 5,000 computer scientists and engineers, with a mission to “democratize AI for every person and organization,” whatever that means.
Brace yourself for the democratization of AI. It’s a movement that might eventually include millions of people — and, some say, billions. …. A startup called Bonsai and an emerging class of companies with the same idea say yes. …. But the bigger story is how Bonsai fits into the movement to put AI into the hands of people who have not had specific training in it. We can expect higher-level tools to become increasingly powerful and, ultimately, ubiquitous. Will we really get to the point where every human in the world trains and uses AI? Put it this way: a lot of smart money is betting on it. …. https://backchannel.com/you-too-can-become-a-machine-learning-rock-star-no-phd-necessary-107a1624d96b#.titg8lx9g
What could possibly go wrong…. putting powerful tools in the hands of folk with no specific training and zero experience?
Seems like a surefire every which way bet to lose a helluva lot of smart money.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 30 Sep 18:39  ….. giving praise where praise is due on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/09/29/microsoft_deep_thought_ai/
Re: I, for one, welcome our new AI overlords
That is not a stupid move, cambsukguy, and a smart ploy to play and play to employ. Bravo.