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Jesse Jarvis
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Lives in Sharbot Lake, Ontario, Canada
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Ah, the lovel AI topic. The topic that I hope provides fruit in the future, closer than is most likely actually going to happen.

AI in itself is an amazing concept, idea, whatever you want to look at it as. Something I very much look forward to but doubt I will see in my life time. Something that is amazing, however very dangerous, and I am not talking about just SkyNet. That's a very logical theory, I hope AI in the future if it is sentient has compassion.

I would love to work on AI, but was not gifted with the best location or privileges to do so. No local jobs, 24 years old and only a G1 so transportation is out of question, and college just put me into debt. Good experience though, the first taste of freedom. This isn't about me though, it is about AI. So back onto the AI topic and why it is so amazing.

What I believe some of the benefits could be used for: Put simply, imagine linking 1,000 (or more, or less, whatever it takes) super computer AI machines into a ThinkTank of sorts. Cancer a problem? Nothing an accelerated host of machines can't fix. Any Reasearch and Development company would benefit from. Want to retest what we know as physics, or law? Accelerated Learning. Yay.

I personally would love a personal AI assistance to motivate me, and just help me out in general. An artificial intelligence or talk to me throughout the day and answer any question I have, that is smarter than myself so I have someone/something to look up to, to be able to  talk with or help me with tasks I have. I have a horrible, god awful memory. I was talking to somebody I knew back in school and he was telling me things I never remembered. My wife did, he did, anybody else did but I never. My memory in general is pretty much nothing. So imagine if you could have your digital/physical assistant catalog/remember everything for you and bring them up as needed. Yes my phone can make notifications and events that are coming up but not automatically and I will not remember to set them. Just today I setup Google Now, although I feel weird talking to my cellphone. Although I do love Google Now how I am 3ft from my TV and it was only picking up my voice (weird office setup), and how clear it got my voice. Another useful thing would be to have them think of an alternative energy solution. I could sit all day and talk about good thing AI could help achieve. However: The bad.

First thing is SkyNet so I won't go into detail about that at all, just saying that everybody knows what it means.

Secondly, a virus designed to take over or ultimately destroy AI (say, when we start to rely on it too much, or just to hack your finances).

Third, corrupt companies or organizations that use it for their own personal agenda, such as corporate subterfuge.

Fourth, the fact that their existence would make humans overall lazy since you could just use them to do whatever you wanted for you, even more so than smartphones are doing to us already (seeing as how you used to have to walk over to a friends house to talk, now you can just text them all day long on your bed/couch/sofa/floor/roof, yes roof for us country folk ;).

AI, the very topic I love, and yet one of the things that one way or another can and will destroy us some way or another. If only I could use AI as an assistant to help with life.

Also, if anybody happens to be working on immortality, think of me because I never ever want to die or grow old, then again not many humans do :)
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Is it just me or the best part of "All Good Things (Come To An End)"?

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Great Tutorial, helped me a lot. I took an animation course in college so this re-jogged memories of what I learned in college, thanks.

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Great great.. A very VERY huge TES fan but, you lost me at subscription. It's too bad I was REALLY looking forward to this, one of been the very few games I bought. Chances are I actually would have bought a collector's edition if it came with one, but I do not and never will believe in paying monthly for a game.

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I recommend avast! Free Antivirus to anybody that has their currently AV malfunctioning. I used to use AVG until it got updated to annoyance.
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Yay! A video tutorial on how to fix the Windows 10 Memory Leak.
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Well an updated video with audio would be awesome. Seems nobody had done one with functional audio yet. Audio is VERY essential to a tutorial. I taught myself all the terrain so far without tutorials but a video from the makers would be, well, nice.

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Kids More Access To Complain. Wow never thought about that. AWESOME! Song that is, the complain bit no.

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Aaahahahaha awesome. Anybody see Rapture there? That was the best glitch ever.

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Trying to learn Unity3D right now, outdated tutorial (from the current version) But very great!
In this part of the tutorial series Hack and Slash, we will set up the scene for the start of out game, and then move on to starting the creation of our health bar.
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Just updated my website a little bit over at http://www.jessejarvis.com/
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Tech Advisor of North American Networker's Association
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  • Sakura Project World Wide
    Tech Advisor, 2010 - present
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Sharbot Lake, Ontario, Canada
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A techno wizard that lives in the country and enjoys helping anybody he possibly can.
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Hello my name is Jesse Jarvis and I came across Google+ to expand my business. I teach people how to make money online using the internet. As well as I make websites for people and have useful skills for the ever-changing world.

I come from a small town in the country called Sharbot Lake, located in Ontario, Canada. I have a wife and 2 kids, a boy named Tylor and a girl named Sakura. I work at home so I can be near my family and work at my own pace whenever I want, it offers great freedom as well as the opportunity to connect to the world.
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Completed High School (Grade 12), Went to college for 3D animation and discovered Web Development instead, Have 2 children, Have a lovely wife, very technologically gifted
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  • Loyalist College
    Animation, 2011 - 2011
  • Sharbot Lake High School
    Media Arts, 2002 - 2008
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