posted by RRRGroup at
Saturday, January 30, 2016
Rich,This article in no way possible supports the title of your blog posting. I read this very same article last week. The premise stated in the article is that life on other planets (assuming our's and other galaxies) would have never been able to evolve into a complex life form such as ours due to the ever changing environments encountered as a planet matured both geologically and climate-wise. They simply would have died off while still in the single or crude-multiple cellular stage.Given the theory espoused in this article, simple life forms would have never advanced to form a highly technical civilization need to build and import neuro data banks into an A. I. creation.Life may not be rare in the universe, but it's longevity may be even rarer.
By Tim Hebert, at Saturday, January 30, 2016
Tim:I get the impression that you're not up to speed on what is taking place and has taken place in AI development.RR
By RRRGroup, at Saturday, January 30, 2016
Rich,I have a general idea that A.I. development is rapidly advancing both for the good and determent of human society. But, I'm not totally immersed in it as I'm dealing with the human condition of cognitive decline brought upon by various forms of pathology.But you seemed to miss the point of my above comment...Your cited article does not support your A.I. premise of a post-human or humanoid A.I. development due to life forms not surviving to the point of cultural and tecnological capabilities.Your cited article supports the opposite of your theory. That's not to say that we here on this planet are marching towards the end game of post-humanism.
Tim:I'm making the point or trying to that the article's supposition is wrong on the face of it.AI awareness is upon us and we, human beings, are not terminal.The article's premise of "early" demise is wrong and the proliferation of AI not able to be developed before that errant demise is wrong too.My title was trying to say that.RR
Rich, ok, I now understand...I think. Your title lead me to think otherwise.
By Tim Hebert, at Sunday, January 31, 2016
Being ironic often confuses.I have to watch that.RR
By RRRGroup, at Sunday, January 31, 2016
Rich, below is a link to an article that should be more to your liking...http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3423063/Is-technology-causing-evolve-new-SPECIES-Expert-believes-super-humans-called-Homo-optimus-talk-machines-digitally-immortal-2050.htmlI found this to be fascinating...
By Tim Hebert, at Tuesday, February 02, 2016
By RRRGroup, at Tuesday, February 02, 2016
Post a Comment
A group of media guys
View my complete profile