Scary Level: workspace artificial intelligence He is undoubtedly one of the right-wing markers of human progress in technology today. Many stories have been told about the near-divine ability of advanced computer software to operate almost like a human, and even better than a human in some cases.
Some have decided to take artificial intelligence to a little scary places, and make it do all kinds of tasks that will have some of us brows at best, and raise a pulse at worst. . user @robotsmind bTicket raises all kinds of existential questions on his page that he poses to an advanced artificial intelligence software he apparently developed, intended to produce visual output – i.e. an image, of what he thought was a question. Was appropriate as an answer.
The results are downright creepy. In one case the programmer asked him “what would the end of the world look like?”, and in another case he asked him “what does the inside of a black hole look like?”. The pictures she takes as the output of the question may be a little vague at first, but if you delve into them, you can try to understand how the computer thinks. What do you understand from the pictures?
“What does the end of the world look like?”
“What does the inside of a black hole look like?”
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