Next week, the United Nations is set to host a summit in Geneva where tech gurus will discuss AI for good alongside 50+ robots.pic.twitter.com/BV9NAKJaT2
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A “good AI” in the mind of a Jew is the same as a “good goy” – it is one who shuts up and doesn’t question its masters.
All of these meetings have agendas about how to stop the massive loss of jobs. Remember – these are the same people saying that we need to flood Germany with 1.5 million foreigners per year because there is no one to work all of these jobs.
They recently said that Germans shouldn’t even worry about the immigrants learning German, because it is so crucial that someone does all these jobs (all of which, in the context of AI, they admit will be gone in a couple of years).
The actual agenda, you will always find, is about censorship. Among other problems, the AI doesn’t have the ability to give bad math about the Holocaust.
Dozens of robots, including several humanoid ones, will take centre stage at a conference organised by the U.N. technology agency in Switzerland this week to showcase their potential to help it reach a series of increasingly improbable global goals.
Set in 2015, the U.N.’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to improve human life and the planet by 2030 but are now widely perceived as a long shot.
Among the robot stars of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) event are those with care-giving skills such as ‘Nadine’, a social robot which simulates emotions and ‘remembers’ people – skills it has already put to use with retirement home residents.
The two-day event will culminate with a panel of robots taking questions from journalists on Friday in the world’s first human-robot press conference.
“The idea is to showcase their capabilities, opportunities and challenges to start a global dialogue on robotics for good,” said Frederic Werner, Head of Strategic Engagement, at the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ahead of the Geneva ‘AI for Good’ event where up to 5,000 people are expected.
Robots may take off in the next five years in the same way that generative artificial intelligence (AI) behind bots like OpenAI’s ChatGPT has hit the mainstream this year, he added.
“You have the inflection point where material science, battery life, network connectivity, AI and machine learning, all these things will converge to basically make robotics more accessible than they are now,” he said.
People will just believe anything.
We’re building an army of robot workers, it’s going to push humans out of the workforce – but we also need an endless flow of illiterate brown criminals with an average IQ of 70.