The “AI” of man.

“AI” … Human!

“Which came first, chicken or egg?”

A few years ago, you might remember a publication that described the growing dependence on machines, devices, and “AI.” On several occasions, I have tried to raise awareness of this phenomenon of the ability of artificial intelligence to create and / or regenerate itself … over and over again. What was once a “science fiction” story, in vivid color, has led to a scientific fact.

The article “Device Machine Dependent” describes cases and descriptions designed to mimic the actions, abilities, and appearance (s) of a robot or robotics … “Human-like”; “The image of its creator!”

How many times have you been in your car and taken part in a shout-out game or argument interaction with your ‘GPS’ or “on-board interface?” Ah, well … aren’t you angry and screaming when the voice behind the device gives you the wrong or wrong directions? Sure.

Assistant author Selene Yeager spoke about a PhD student at Stanford University who is an expert in Human-Technology-Interaction.

“We (humans) get confused and angry because we don’t know what‘ GPS ’is‘ thinking ’,” says David Miller.

This author (yours really), however, is and has been to blame for this particular type of behavior. I remember typing in one direction (when that wasn’t satisfying, I tried to enter the voice command option), the damn thing told me; he ordered me to take a freeway and exit … I continued. When I realized that the directions were completely wrong, the damn voices shouted “The Highway To Hell!”

We drove sixty miles outside and away from the planned “Pocono Mountain” destination.

Well, I’m here to tell you that at one point (oh, like so many) I went crazy and started yelling at the voice inside the ‘GPS system’. Miller said: “In the future, when your GPS gives you directions, it might give you a reason to have a better two-way relationship.”

… Yes Yes. I’m glad when and when things take me to my unknown destination … the right way! I don’t mean that it’s very hard on the device … it’s a pretty good little tool when it works as expected.

“A Bite Of The Apple” addresses the ‘IT’ community about Apple’s major issues with its position on “hidden and proprietary practices” in the tech world; hardware and software, especially its hardware products. Apple’s “IT” decision makers accept an ergonomic flaw that reveals a preference. Above the function they say the “Apple-like” shape, which means that the iMAC connectors on the back of the machine are designed and / or decided by anal retention.

Their “IT” management team describes a possible meaning of “Skin Retention”. It is a point on a curve at which the curvature changes from convex to convex or vice versa. It can also be called a “Flex Point”. Apple management says its proprietary devices have a greater impact on business user marketing. Apple devices are entering the business world because it is liked by IT managers, not users.

The ‘End User’ report emphasizes that the product (s) are good and excellent in terms of ease of use, design, and reliability. Does anyone remember the definition of cloning?

Many of us have computers in our homes today. And there are many others who feel, and believe in, while using home-based robots like “Alexa” or IBM’s “Watson” and a wide range of cloned devices that clean, control, and coordinate their daily lives.

Where is your cell phone?

The “Internet” was a desktop computer that was a central connection. Then it was ‘Computerized’. “Tablets” are still popular these days, but “Smart-Phone” surpasses them all. All you have to do is look around … Look and see how many people walk, run, ride, drive and fly … dependent on these devices that they don’t constantly give up, to sustain their existence and their lives. this planet.

Not long ago, a vicious computer virus fought to control 400,000 computers in more than 160 countries in one of the worst international cyber attacks and computer infections.

The virus blocked all access to programs, files, mainframes, and networks unless the computer owner paid for the rescue. Funds that could be obtained could only be paid for through “Bitcoin”.

Bitcoin is an almost impossible online currency. Bitcoin currency is being traded to buy a “rescue key”. Victims have often paid money not only to get the key to unlock their computer (or) system, but also to lose money and data.

This event should serve as the main wake-up call for users by promoting a lot of the “procedure” (s) “to be done” on computers or Internet devices in their care or use, and viruses, botnets, web browsers, malware, worms, etc.

I certainly agree with Doug Shadel that users / owners regularly suggest backing up your important files to an external drive or remote storage service; a content blocker running in your web browser at all times; leave the targeted websites to you immediately without your permission; use a reputable antivirus program – keep it up to date; make sure your software (and anti-virus software) is up to date; do not click on links or open attachments from unfamiliar email addresses; and only buy legal software – and register.

Do you remember the scene from “Star Wars” where the bartender shouts ‘Luke Skywalker’ to get his droids out of his establishment?

This scene is the result of human prejudices against machines or robots. Detroit, Michigan’s automotive industry and personnel are fully managed by robots (or robotics). Robots are performing large operations on humans and animals. Robots are preparing, packaging and shipping food, driving cars and diagnosing human diseases and ailments. Robots are answering phones and diverting calls. Robots are calling you on your phones, trying to sell you overdue bills, appointments, prescriptions, and selling goods and other services. Robots are building bridges, buildings and houses. Robots are doing everything humans or animals can and have done. Ask yourself … how many jobs are being lost and lost because of robots?

“A lot of companies are using sentiment analysis to measure social media and / or network mood (s) … but it takes new tactics and skills to get a focus,” said Techweb’s Doug Henschen.

“There is no doubt that new sets of tactics and skills are needed to gain a foothold in the new world of IT, BI, Communication and Analytics.” This conclusion is postulated in a published article, “Destruction and Creation – A New Jobs Hyperbole.” No one can deny the massive and dramatic changes that have taken place in the ‘New World Economy’ of this century. What will happen in the coming centuries – will we be “Star-Trek-Like”? What about a world like “Logan’s Run” and a future? Will the robots become new judges, lawyers, congressional nominees, senators or presidents? Those of us who are conscious, interested, and / or motivated in the pursuit of the machine kingdom of humanity must become masters of both sides of IT / BI.

AI: Artificial intelligence … is the opposite of natural intelligence (Human / Animal-like) … the ability of a computer or robot to do what humans or animals normally or normally do, with intelligence or intelligent abilities. ability to think.

How long will it take for humans (humans) to completely reject “AI” – to become our replacements completely and utterly opposed to being our temporary servant?

“Until when? It’s not long!”

Now, isn’t this argument asking you …

“AI” … Human?

“Which came first, chicken or egg?”

Until next time …