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Honourable Member 22 Jul 2019 7:09PM [1907221909] …. musing on https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/07/22/microsoft-invests-1bn-ai-lab-wants-mimic-human-brain/

a program that generates fake but realistic news stories, which it has said is too dangerous to release to the public.

That’s handy, OpenAI, although there are certainly even stranger ways to go.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 23 Jul 06:10 [1907230610] ….. setting the record straight on
https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/07/22/microsoft_chucks_money_at_openai_to_develop_artificial_general_intelligence/

Re: ?Who’s gonna stop the fake news when the polls are down?

I have some hints of conscience and I am at least de jure right now and, with some help, can de facto own AI and control its future… Sergey Brin and others… You decide… … I.Geller

Oh please, I.Geller, surely you know that is always to be something you decide, but/and you will need to be significantly better than just good and great at owning/pwning/preening AI for control of the future, for competition and opposition will ensure it be so.

And as for ….

The OpenAI charter ….. came under question in February this year when OpenAI developed an AI model, called GPT-2, which it was claimed could be used to generate news reports that were hard to distinguish from human-authored ones, a dangerous tool in an era of fake news.

“Due to our concerns about malicious applications of the technology, we are not releasing the trained model,” the company said.

Good luck with trying to keep that sort of development out of the mainstream. The battle has surely long ago been lost. Just read daily newspaper headlines and the tales they introduce to realise the truth and everything new and revolutionary is feared by owners of the past who have abused and misused and taken full wanton advantage of human ignorance and how easy the masses are led by media devices giving suggestive audio-visual signals.

The fundamental error that has been made by that and those in present positions of extreme power and past influence, is that they never realised nor imagined that others around them would be a great deal more intelligent and more knowledgeable than they would ever be enabled to be, and that they would discover the secret ways and virtual means to have memes come alive and rule in a world full of worlds hosting minnows with wannabe sharks.

And all that is available for either attack or defence are the uncertain Tell Tale Terrors of FUD.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 23 Jul 09:35 [1907230935] …… levelling the fields of play on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2019/07/22/ai_coding_bot/ with a virtual bombe?

Re: Wrong solution

Surely, instead of trying to replace programmers with deep learning systems, we should be focusing on replacing lawyers and politicians… …. damocles

Would it be surprising and/or understandable knowing that deep learning systems programmers are already well focussed on that particular and peculiar work in progress, damocles.

It is what is so effectively spooking current established and assumed/presumed default executive administrative —operations/Remote SCADA Systems.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 23 Jul 15:52 [1907231552] ….. just saying on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2019/07/22/ai_coding_bot/

Re: Faster train wrecks

¬†As with any market, scams will follow. Imagine selling pre-trained AI to introduce subtle vulnerabilities into applications. …. Anonymous Coward

I sincerely trust, AC, you aint trying to smear and peddle that as a scam whenever a vital future facility and practical utility.

That would be akin to Toxic Misinformation for Errant Misdirection.

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What says You, Sir Paul? ¬†Care to Dare Further Share and Ride the Immaculate Drivers’ Ultimate Vibes?

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