Do you still believe that AI will destroy humanity?

Do you still believe that AI will destroy humanity?

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I can only hope so, but opening pic makes me worry it will take some time

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    this kind of image tricks simpleminded people like you into thinking AI is hilariously wrong all the time, but it gets better so fast that once there's 60% unemployment and society goes to shit, you'll realize how dumb you were.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      it's only the first generation. in 10 years AI will be doing stuff we never thought possible.

      You sound like a coping artist.

      This is the actual cope. Actually functional AI will not exist in your life time. The AI we have now is merely a glorified internet search engine.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >once there's 60% unemployment and society goes to shit, you'll realize how dumb you were.
      if and when that happens we'll have UBI and we're just gonna spend all day lounging around

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        LMFAO you really think AI or the elites would allow you to do that? No, they'll just kill all of you, depopulate the earth to end global warming and resource scarcity.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Did the elites kill all the book transcribers once the printing press was invented? Plus, even Africa's birthrates are going to be below replacement in the coming decades, if you genuinely think overpopulation is a concern then there's lots of good news for you.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most humans are actually useless.
      The can't do anything beyond repetitive tasks.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've never believed that, it's a meme. People just really want to live in a science fiction novel.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      You sound like a coping artist.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        No, I just understand the difference between art and goyslop.

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's only the first generation. in 10 years AI will be doing stuff we never thought possible.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    i hope i live long enough to see AI destroy humanity

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    i dont think it will kill humans but just accelerate the dystopia we are heading too.

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I love pics like that. They give me the impression that the AI developed sarcasm.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    No. LLMs are already heading toward a brick wall and they barely got started.
    le heckin singularity is the ultimate case of always coming, never here.
    AI is big tech's last stop before they have no new way to convince investors they're making progress and once that happens America's tech industry dies off and we enter an extended period of stagnation and ludditism.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is like holding up the first cell phone
      showing it dropping a call
      and being like "you really think these are ever gonna do anything LOL"

      Technology doesnt stop, it keeps progressing. Always moving forward. And whats the logical conclusion to the final and most powerful version of AI? Maybe a collapse of humanity, maybe something else.

      >no new humanity altering features for 3 months
      >its stagnating
      lol

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Technology doesnt stop, it keeps progressing
        CPUs are stagnating since the last 10 years.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          that is false. They continue to steadily grow transistor count and clock-speed every single year.

          Its just that there is a theoretical wall with transistor count. My assumption is that its not gonna be a biggie in the end though.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            We're quickly approaching the point where quantum tunneling becomes the bottleneck with our transistors, and there's no way around that even at near zero temps. One you get too small it's just a clusterfrick, even with a super conductor it just ain't happening, you'd be in error correcting hell.
            Nothing wrong with scaling up though. Never understood why the obsession with making transistors smaller/denser continued till the current year. Break your problem down into multiple parts and run them in parallel on multiple machines, no hypothetical future tech needed if you build big enough.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >>no new humanity altering features for 3 months
        more like: since the beginning

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          you realize you consume something made by or aided by AI every single day right?
          Its not a toy for you to frick around with like a child, its a tool that many people (me included) use on the daily. It controls your life like the hammer controls your life, even if you dont touch it its sill building everything you consume.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            No... it isn't at all actually.
            Machine learning is not being used for anything I consume.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              If you truly believe that, you are short sighted.
              Every developer I know has AI integrations in their text editor, and the ChatGPT portal loaded in their browser. Thats every piece of software written or maintained since 2023.
              Nearly every organization has a large portion of their cybersecurity budget allocated to AI.
              I know every major social media platform is using AI to better understand its users. Both advertisements and the media that you get fed are heavily curated by AI, its not just a mysterious "algo" that laymans like to talk about.
              And thats only virtual stuff. I could keep going, its literally everywhere.

              We're quickly approaching the point where quantum tunneling becomes the bottleneck with our transistors, and there's no way around that even at near zero temps. One you get too small it's just a clusterfrick, even with a super conductor it just ain't happening, you'd be in error correcting hell.
              Nothing wrong with scaling up though. Never understood why the obsession with making transistors smaller/denser continued till the current year. Break your problem down into multiple parts and run them in parallel on multiple machines, no hypothetical future tech needed if you build big enough.

              Yea man, you know more than me I feel like. My assumption that optimizations would come in architecture, instruction sets, and on the software side as we get closer to the limit of transistor counts.
              Hence ARM, RISC-V, all that sort of stuff.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Either you prove that AI has been integrated into youtube or shut the frick up. The magical youtube algo has been around since 2012, its not AI, not even close.

                >every developer is using it
                Yeah its a good tool, like google/stack overflow.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                You're likely right with that assumption. Rundown of the problem because I feel like writing it out:
                Electrons moving through the die 'bump' into particles on the way, slowing them down and generating heat, the heat increases the number of collisions and it gets exponentially hotter and slower. This is why extreme over clockers use liquid nitrogen to cool and such.
                A super conductor using cooper pairs(entangled electrons) would generate the lowest heat possible, letting you hit insane clock speeds.
                And once the size of the transistor approaches the actual size of the electron, the hazy nature of the electrons position becomes a problem and you will get an interference pattern instead of a predictable interaction between a transistor and an electron, it will only hit where it should MOST of the time. The smaller you go, the greater the odds of the electron just no-clipping out of the fricking pc xD

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Bro, AI has been out what? A year? The frick are you even talking about?

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Bro, AI has been out what? A year? The frick are you even talking about?
              thats why its so impressive, my dude.
              And Im not exaggerating.

              Either you prove that AI has been integrated into youtube or shut the frick up. The magical youtube algo has been around since 2012, its not AI, not even close.

              >every developer is using it
              Yeah its a good tool, like google/stack overflow.

              youtube has been releasing its own machine learning papers since like 2019....
              Its well documented that its used in content moderation, the up next feature, and what content it feeds you.
              You can check out AlgoTranparency, its made by some ex-youtube employee. Or just search around a bit.

              >Every developer I know has AI integrations in their text editor, and the ChatGPT portal loaded in their browser. Thats every piece of software written or maintained since 2023.
              My newest programs are from 2022 c:
              >Nearly every organization has a large portion of their cybersecurity budget allocated to AI.
              I actually was in a pisscord with a guy who never shut up about working in cyber security and he always b***hed about how slow this industry has heen to adapt
              >I know every major social media platform is using AI to better understand its users.
              Black person, have you forgotten where you are?
              > Both advertisements
              (which I block)
              >and the media that you get fed are heavily curated by AI, its not just a mysterious "algo" that laymans like to talk about.
              Ok, and?

              Also, even if I did have any new software, programming and comp-sci are comically stagnant fields. All those people you mentioned integrating AI are the same java brained useless pieces of shit who say things like "What does a 1% CPU usage improvement even matter?" I fricking wish we'd one day live in a world where those morons could be replaced by GPT-4,5,6 whatever, but that's not happening.

              >My newest programs are from 2022 c:
              You dont program often, and thats your defense? I literally dont understand
              > guy who never shut up about working in cyber security and he always b***hed about how slow this industry has heen to adapt
              That should tell you as much as you need to know. That by itself shows that AI is changing cybersecurity.
              but I guess I can google shit for you if you want
              (google search results powered by AI btw)
              zipdo.co/statistics/ai-use-in-cyber-security/
              >Black person, have you forgotten where you are?
              What does this have to do with anything? How does that change what large social media platforms do? Are you saying you dont consume any social content besides BOT?
              >Ok, and?
              WHAT DO YOU MEAN?! Ai curates what you consume, what else could I fricking be alluding to.

              I have no idea what your argument is, but you sound 1uite literally brain dead.

              > programming and comp-sci are comically stagnant fields
              lol

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Am I talking to GPT right now? I guess if that's the point you're trying to prove then good for you but if I am talking to a human, drink aids blood please.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >youtube has been releasing its own machine learning papers since like 2019....
                Ah, no wonder its so fricking shit these days.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Bro, AI has been out what? A year
              Based moron
              Neural networks come from the 60s
              Even the transformers paper is 7 years old

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >big tech's last stop
      There will always be another stop. The next one will be brain interface like neuralink. You can see the groundwork laid out already

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >There will always be another stop
        No there won't be. There was a whole cornucopia of different "field changing" new metas being talked about 10 years ago and some of them proved useful for niche things (which machine learning certainly will have plenty of) or they are a joke.
        >Brain interface and neuralink
        Hell frickin no people aren't going to trust that ever.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          interface and neuralink
          >Hell frickin no people aren't going to trust that ever.
          you overestimate people. especially young people will be eager to try it out. it's like when your parents didnt want you to play call of duty when you were a child but you played it as a friends house anyway. its that sort of situation. its only too late when you realize that maybe the older generations were right after all. but by then it is too late.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Black person. the difference is that kids actually LIKED Call Of Duty.
            People don't even trust Meta anymore and only still use their apps because they feel like they're required to.
            There is no possible way to build that type of social buy-in for something invasive like a brainchip. Also the older generations were never right about cawadooty.

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    no but my fat wiener might

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hopefully it's integrated into missile defense systems so it can glass the earth

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Destroy? No.
    Replace? Probably.
    It is very likely that the end game is integrating AI into our lives to such an extent that it may as well be the new dominant species on the planet. Not a doomsday scenario, but a 'utopia' with a significantly smaller population and a nannybot running the whole thing.
    People will ask for this unironically, they vill own nothing, and be happy.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      The future is corporate feudalism with 99% of the population culled and sentient AIs purchasing the corporate products while the 1% of humans left are slave workers and the corporate elite

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Holy shit I didnt know Klaus Schwab posts here

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Literally Artificial-Intelligence will. However, we're so far from a piece of software that makes its own decisions and carries out its own will independent of what it's programmed to, none of us reading this will have to worry.

    What the media calls "AI" is a solution algorithm, just a very good one. We've had that shit since Photoshop suite 12.0 with the smart auto-fill. It's just an advanced version of that. It's not "drawing pictures" it's referencing tens of millions of keywords and existing images to best match what you type into the prompt. It's not "thinking" as we know it.

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I feel like the abominable intelligence knows exactly what it's doing.

  14. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    This "AI" is what, 2 years old, it's clearly an emerging technology with loads of room for growth. But no, I don't believe AI will destroy humanity, I believe the people in control of the AI will destroy humanity.

  15. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I simply despise the fact that the internet is now filled with ugly souless images and shitty easy to spam texts.

  16. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Every developer I know has AI integrations in their text editor, and the ChatGPT portal loaded in their browser. Thats every piece of software written or maintained since 2023.
    My newest programs are from 2022 c:
    >Nearly every organization has a large portion of their cybersecurity budget allocated to AI.
    I actually was in a pisscord with a guy who never shut up about working in cyber security and he always b***hed about how slow this industry has heen to adapt
    >I know every major social media platform is using AI to better understand its users.
    Black person, have you forgotten where you are?
    > Both advertisements
    (which I block)
    >and the media that you get fed are heavily curated by AI, its not just a mysterious "algo" that laymans like to talk about.
    Ok, and?

    Also, even if I did have any new software, programming and comp-sci are comically stagnant fields. All those people you mentioned integrating AI are the same java brained useless pieces of shit who say things like "What does a 1% CPU usage improvement even matter?" I fricking wish we'd one day live in a world where those morons could be replaced by GPT-4,5,6 whatever, but that's not happening.

  17. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Disregard females, acquire prompt engineering skills

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      "prompt engineering" is such a funny term, because if AI was actually intelligent, you could talk to it like a normal person. but no, we have to specifically learn how to talk to the AI, instead of the other way around (which would be more intuitive, right?). computer science researchers have spent decades trying to make AI systems learn how to speak to humans, and now that we're finally close to getting there, we're telling humans to learn how to speak like AI systems and call it prompt engineering.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because its not actually AI, its not intelligent at all. It can't come up with its own solutions to problems.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >It can't come up with its own solutions to problems
          In the same merit, can humans?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, easily. You fricking dumb ass.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              How?
              Your telling me if you were given no data about life, the world, anything. Had no experience in this world at all, you could solve a problem presented to you?
              AI learning works the same way human learning works. Get data, experiment, learn from your mistakes or triumphs, then apply those experiences.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >how?
                By existing.

                By this logic, humanity would have never progressed or gotten anything done ever. How in your mind would a human run from a predator if they didn't have any experience with predators?

                A human doesn't have to have data on jumping or running or ditches to know or try jumping over running around a ditch instead of attempting to run through it.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                What you're describing is instinct, and it's created through evolution. AI develop in a sort of similar method, but even ignoring that it's not like concepts that are learned by instinct can't also be learned through data and logical reasoning.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >By existing
                so kinda like..... ai?

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                No, AI doesn't exist in the sense that its not conscious. It turns on and off.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >turns on and off
                like how humans go to sleep and wake up, or are born and die?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            For example if you gave AI a picture of a tall fence with a garbage can near it and asked it how to get past the fence first it would tell you its illegal to enter property that you don't own. Second it would go through its data and say some kind of moronic shit like dig underneath it or jump over it with a trampoline

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Second it would go through its data and say some kind of moronic shit like dig underneath it or jump over it with a trampoline
              I might say the same if I had never digged a physical hole, used physical legs, had no idea of my own physical size, no idea of the size of the fence, the size of the trashcan, or even knew what the physical world was past text descriptions.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Thats because you specifically mentioned having a trash can. Funny, the results I got told me it was illegal and refused to answer even after I told it I was just testing it.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      AI is impressive but it seems to get stuck on certain things. Like in this

      its fixated on Waldo, and creates multiple copies of Waldo in the image. If you ask it to write a song in the style of an artist, it tends to incorporate the descriptive term in the song lyrics and be overtly literal.

  18. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI is like a religion for autists

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Religion brings people together and builds community.
      AI further contributes to tge destruction of those things... So maybe you're right, it's perfect for Autists actually

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Religion contributes to plenty of destruction itself. Maybe thr AI Gods can do better. Or finally end it all.

  19. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    ChatGPT is not AI anyway

  20. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI hype is no different than the NFT or Crpyto hype.
    Within 5 years it's going to completely forgotten about, everyone will want to forget it like it was their teenage goth phase.

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