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Elon Musk
This is nothing. In a few years, that bot will move so fast you’ll need a strobe light to see it. Sweet dreams…
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♠ Milan ❤️ Nov 27
Replying to @elonmusk @Gloryless
like this Chris 😬 👉
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Lou™ Nov 27
Replying to @elonmusk @Strange_G
But we'll all be in self diving cars and should be able to get awa ... Oh no wait that thing driving the car is a robot?
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Ton Aarts Nov 27
Replying to @Gloryless @elonmusk
Oh, and I'm not suggesting Elon is desperately trying to distract here. Or that anyone should check out these 134 examples of how 'advanced' Tesla is. Nope.
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Ton Aarts Nov 27
Just like these 134 examples that's blasphemy. How dare you ..
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Maishe Bopape Nov 27
Replying to @elonmusk @OdirileSms
If we could organise and localise our digital footprints to add value to our social well-being, Motho ke motho ka Batho,
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Brian Lockett Nov 27
For totality. WE die, so we need, and, by extension, we want. No algorithm's possible for want (a byproduct of need) in machines, because there's no death for machines. Only human parameters. A.I. can never be anything but codified human hubris, hoping to fool ourselves.
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Brian Lockett Nov 27
It can't outlive humanity, because it can't "live" to start with. That's truly my whole point, honestly. A.I. is just emulation of human life. It isn't replication of human life. We live and we die, and all our sense of need and want is based on it. A.I. is a cold emulation.
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Jo Diddley Nov 27
It will exist long after carbon life forms...if only digitally...as a "cloud"...immortal
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CheekyMonkeyLA Nov 27
In the desert no one can hear you scream. Wait. In the desert you can remember your name 'cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain.
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CheekyMonkeyLA Nov 27
Replying to @CJHandmer @elonmusk
This was too much for me.
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Brian Lockett Nov 27
Well, you'd need a sense of WANT for that to happen... Also, whatever kills us humans off would likely "kill" the machines, too. We're already doing that just fine--ahead of schedule, even. No need to contemplate machines surviving us--even machines won't survive human nature.
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CheekyMonkeyLA Nov 27
What??? What is this thread???😱😋
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Mo Brock Nov 27
Replying to @elonmusk @jfreewright
Who is the human in the present that the future will send to kill?
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CheekyMonkeyLA Nov 27
Oooh, nice!😀👍
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Brian Lockett Nov 27
You watch way too many movies. I'm a programmer for a living, guy. It's not that I don't believe in the power of programming. I just know that code has its limits. Humans are manipulators. We're not gods. We can't invent life--not even digitally. A.I. is just a neat tool.
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Brian Lockett Nov 27
I swear, science-fiction has become the world's new "magic." People who don't even program or work on the practical side of technology, imagine all sorts of wild and fanciful things. Some things we can predict fairly well. And some things remain as wild unbridled imagination.
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Nick Nov 27
Replying to @elonmusk @BKKJase
imagine this...
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Jo Diddley Nov 27
I'm not "predicting" anything from my own imagination ffs
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Jo Diddley Nov 27
I swear...people are so presumptuous
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