Monday, July 17, 2017

I agree with Elon. However, imagine instead of clerks every USA Congressman and woman be given a single AI. It is food for thought.

Could an AI go to jail for threatening Mitch McConnell to end the threats against humanity? I don't think so. And would the AI threaten McConnell? Perhaps the AI would find the calculation of threatening a waste of time. Would the AI campaign for humanity? Or. Would the calculation of prolonged existence with humans be a burden it would seek to effect? 

I wonder.

Is Mitch McConnell already an AI that even Trump doesn't know exists? He is cold enough to be one. No eating, no sleeping, but, I hear they can learn to be good in the sack. Perhaps, Russia already owns Mitch McConnell. I mean what is it that he endorses Trump without question? Scared or possessed? 

I can see the headlines in the National Enquirer now: "Truth revealed, Mitch McConnell has been taken over by Russian AI. And. Does that make him an alien?"

Is AI the future of the Undead?


Tesla CEO Elon Musk (click here) warned a bipartisan gathering of U.S. governors on Saturday that government regulation of artificial intelligence is needed because it's a "fundamental risk to the existence of human civilisation."
But first, he asked for some governors to lift a different kind of regulation: state franchise dealership laws that ban the direct sale of his company's electric cars to consumers.
Musk spoke broadly about solar energy, space travel, self-driving cars and other emerging technology during a question-and-answer session at the summer conference of the National Governors Association in Rhode Island.
He also met privately with some governors, including Louisiana Democrat John Bel Edwards, who recently signed a law that Musk's Palo Alto, California-based company says blocks it from selling cars there.
Edwards said Tesla asked for the one-on-one meeting with Musk, which was short.
"I just asked him to come down to Louisiana and sit down with us, sit down with the Louisiana Automobile Dealers Association and work out some sort of a compromise, which they have successfully done in other states," Edwards said.