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Friday, July 15, 2016

Containing a Superintelligent AI Is Theoretically Impossible

Prophecy Sign:  Increase in knowledge - Image of the Beast


Could a super-intelligent A.I. be the Image of the Beast of Revelation?  With the exponential growth in artificial intelligence and super-computers with terabytes of computing capacity, it's certainly something to consider.  We know the Image of the Beast has to be a global system with the ability to also control every aspect of day to day life.  Technology is racing towards that end.

The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. Revelation 13:15 NIV 

Containing a Superintelligent AI Is Theoretically Impossible
Machines that “learn” and make decisions on their own are proliferating in our daily lives via social networks and smartphones, and experts are already thinking about how we can engineer them so that they don’t go rogue. So far, suggestions have ranged from “training” self-learning machines to ignore certain kinds of information that might teach them racism or sexism, to coding them with values like empathy and respect. But according to some new work from researchers at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid,as well as other schools in Spain, the US, and Australia, once an AI becomes “superintelligent”—think Ex Machina—it will be impossible to contain it.
http://motherboard.vice.com/read/containing-a-superintelligent-ai-is-theoretically-impossible-halting-problem


Is Mankind on the Brink of Robocalypse?
The so-called robot revolution may ride roughshod over people's right to privacy, Gor Nakhapetyan, advisor to the Russian innovation center Skolkovo, told Sputnik. In an interview with Sputnik, Gor Nakhapetyan, advisor to the Russian innovation center Skolkovo, warned of the risks of wide-scale robotization, which he said could impinge on privacy rights. The interview came after the Japan government announced plans to allocate a whopping 2.5 trillion yen (more than 20 billion dollars) to launching a so-called robot revolution in time for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

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