Dec
27
2017
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Patreon Microfiction: ‘A.I.’

Maybe this is the answer. Maybe. Maybe not. Probably not. Anyway: “AI.” Enjoy!

I am so amazingly lazy this week. But the Patreon remains:

 

Jun
05
2016
9

Tweet of the Day, Why Must It Always Be Skynet? edition.

Now, this story is pretty awesome:

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Mar
24
2016
14

Great moments in AI research: they broke the troll barrier!

No, really. Microsoft getting their new chat AI ‘Tay’ to spectacularly blow up so quickly took some skill:

What happens when you introduce an innocent Artificial Intelligence chat robot to Twitter? Well, it’s kind of predictable – you get an evil Hitler-loving, incestual sex-promoting, ‘Bush did 9/11’-proclaiming robot.

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Sep
01
2011
4

…They then proceeded to form SkyNet*.

Apparently, if you get two AI programs together to talk to each other, they act like YouTube commenters without the profanity:

You know what that means?  YouTube commenters have just failed the Turing Test.

This has been proved with SCIENCE! You’re welcome.

Moe Lane

(Via @jtLOL)

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Apr
12
2010
1

So I find stuff like this funny.

If a little obscure:

Artificial Flight and Other Myths

a reasoned examination of A.F. by top birds

Over the past sixty years, our most impressive developments have undoubtedly been within the industry of automation, and many of our fellow birds believe the next inevitable step will involve significant advancements in the field of Artificial Flight.  While residing currently in the realm of science fiction, true powered, artificial flying mechanisms may be a reality within fifty years.  Or so the futurists would have us believe.  Despite the current media buzz surrounding the prospect of A.F., a critical examination of even the most basic facts can dismiss the notion of true artificial flight as not much more than fantasy.

Sue me.

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