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this sentence is false. logic error.

forget language. try to abstract logic into binary. it's easy to transform binary into numbers. but even doing this far, how to give numbers a meaning? did you really forget language?

paradoxes only exist within language. you can't make a logic paradox or break reality like this. yes, we do need a better language if this is ever becoming natural to think about, as to train ourselves in rationalizing in unbreakable binary... or some variation between that and bringing on real paradoxes, aka matrix bug.

The Liar Paradox Is a Self-Referential Conundrum | @curiositydotcom

https://curiosity.com/topics/the-liar-paradox-is-a-self-referential-conundrum-curiosity?utm_source=androidapp
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this is an incredible chatbot which have some kind of memory, even if it's built in aiml! ok, i never looked insisde that markup language to know what this really means, but i also never seen a chatbot with any kind of context chatting before.

https://pandorabots.com/mitsuku/
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indeed, no problem and a nice meaning... but none of that is what will most likely happen anyway. our existence shall just become way more complex. keep in mind the only good future predictions that hit on anything were the broad ones, following trends most people weren't expecting. this, this is linear futurism, clearly not something that will pin out.
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this only comes into accordance with the idea that our brain is, like most of neurons in our biosphere, hardwired to movement.
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Perhaps what's most impressive on this is how every random link on the bottom of the page to other articles is at least equally intriguing... But even on its own, this read gave me quite some food for though relating the basiux. Or at least it makes a whole lot of sense according to my current intelligence understanding, including that of humanity. The title is misleading and probably ambiguous on purpose. This outgrowth isn't bringing us good results just yet.
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now I got it why he wasn't investing more time working with super Ai and pretending to toy with rockets still... as an egineer, he thinks it needs to be approached as an hardware problem. or at least he believes is the only way he can work on it.

he may be right, wouldn't be the first nor second time. my guts still tell me software first. but perhaps I need to revise my guts.
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perhaps too verbose, but still a great glimpse of reality
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while a great general analysis I don't think an ai able to learn, be proactive, autonomous and creative would be anything like most might imagine and is implied in this... that "humanity" there would be just one minor milestone it'd go through in a matter of seconds.
"How to settle any 'is this real AI?' debate  --  Measuring Artificial Intelligence." Ronald Ashri posits that we should stop caring about how AI works, but only what it can do. Can it learn, be proactive, autonomous, creative, and share knowledge with other AIs?
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long time without a post, but researching never ends...

this is a very good point of view. she's not considering some philosophical and existential aspects of the super Ai, but as far as Ai goes, I completely agree with her! :)

https://techcrunch.com/2017/01/13/you-should-read-this-super-interesting-ama-with-ai-researcher-joanna-bryson/
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I should probably have shared this 5 days ago when I first saw it... Thing is, this shows in a very clear way what weak Ai can do, and it is Terminator scary indeed - but only thanks to our imagination to humanise this thing. Don't worry, science and skepticism protects us from this and ghosts. 'nough said.
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