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BOTS- Wells Fargo's AI defies analysts, slaps 'sell' on Google & Facebook
« Reply #30 on: October 11, 2017, 12:28:12 PM »
2017-10-09 - Wells Fargo's artificial intelligence defies analysts, slaps 'sell' on Google and Facebook:
http://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/ai-bot-operated-wells-fargo-143700973.html
http://wolfstreet.com/2017/10/07/wells-fargos-artificial-intelligence-defies-analysts-slaps-sell-on-google-and-facebook/

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Re: BOTS
« Reply #31 on: October 16, 2017, 09:59:25 AM »
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Re: BOTS
« Reply #32 on: October 16, 2017, 10:40:25 AM »
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Thanks AZ, That was a video. Educational and most interesting.

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Re: BOTS
« Reply #33 on: October 16, 2017, 03:10:33 PM »
Yes, on my mother's side, both of her parents were from the Swiss, French alps region. Last names were Rauen & Zuper or Super in America.
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BOTS Who Takes the Rap for Robots? Robot Developer Probes Tech’s Moral Side
« Reply #34 on: October 30, 2017, 09:15:52 AM »
https://sputniknews.com/science/201710281058628398-robot-responsibility/




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As self-driving cars become a reality and workplace robots become a reality, the capability of artificial intelligence poses moral questions for society; “who is responsible for a robot’s mistake?” asks Argentine robotics expert Gonzalo Zabala.

As self-driving cars are being tested by major manufacturers, and surveys show concernthat human jobs could be replaced by robots, the increased capability of artificial intelligence poses moral questions, robotics expert Gonzalo Zabala told Sputnik Mundo.

“From a moral point of view, how will machines make decisions, when they have this ability? Who will be responsible for errors in decision-making by machines that have learned independently?” are some of the pertinent questions, Zabala said.

At the moment, the responsibility for what robots do lies on the companies who make them, but new moral issues will come to the fore when artificial intelligence is capable of taking decisions independently via automatic or machine learning.

A self-driving car traverses a parking lot at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California on January 8, 2016.

The complexity of human intellect is a major factor in the development of robots, Zabala added.”When it comes to developing systems or intelligent machines, we reflect on our own intelligence and mechanisms, for learning, for example. This task is good not only in itself, but also because it makes us think about ourselves,” he explained.

He foresees that the “artificial intelligence and other technologies may have the biggest impact in the work sphere.”

As part of a major push towards automation, the first robots-only factory is being built in China’s Dongguan manufacturing hub, reducing human employees to a bare minimum.

By 2050, it is predicted that 90% of factories will be automated. Although this will cause some professions to disappear, Zabala is hopeful that new technology will create other opportunities, which require more skilled workers will change the concept of “work.””We are already taking advantage of technology, and not just in first world countries or the higher social classes. People around the world are no longer working as they did 50 or 100 years ago.”
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named Pepper plays a video game against a visitor at a booth during Niconico Chokaigi 2015 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, Japan April 26, 2015.


SoftBank Corp’s humanoid robot named “Pepper” plays a video game against a visitor at a booth during Niconico Chokaigi 2015 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, Japan April 26, 2015.

In all, Zabala doesn’t see robots as a threat to humankind. A far greater threat lies in society’s thirst for consumption, he warned.”[The topic of artificial intelligence] is more attractive for the media, and the issue of resources is pushed into the background. I am very worried about the US lagging behind with regard to the Paris climate change agreement. In addition, even in countries that support this treaty, there is an insane level of consumer goods production,” he said.
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BOTS/Robot takes a ride in an Audi A7 driverless car
« Reply #36 on: October 31, 2017, 02:18:16 PM »
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BOTS / Sophia meets the press without her mentor
« Reply #37 on: October 31, 2017, 04:07:16 PM »
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Re: BOTS / Sophia meets the press without her mentor
« Reply #38 on: October 31, 2017, 04:52:40 PM »
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BOTS/ Putin: Robots With Artificial Intelligence Will One Day ‘Eat Us’
« Reply #39 on: November 01, 2017, 09:47:53 AM »
http://yournewswire.com/putin-artificial-intelligence-eat-us/

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that robots with Artificial Intelligence will eventually “eat us” in the near future.

Putin asked Arkady Volozh, the head of Russia’s largest technology firm, Yandex, how long it would be before smart robots eat humans.

“I hope never”, a baffled Arkady Volozh replied to Putin. “It’s not the first machine to be better than humans at something. An excavator digs better than we do with a shovel. But we don’t get eaten by excavators. A car moves faster than we do…”

Daily Mail reports: Putin, however, was unimpressed. He interjected, saying simply: ‘They don’t think.’

At the beginning of this month, Putin said that AI is ‘the future, not only for Russia, but for all humankind’.

But he also said that alongside its ‘colossal opportunities’ are ‘threats that are difficult to predict’.

He added: ‘Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world.’

The president also promised to share any ‘know-how’ that Russia acquires in the field to avoid conflict over the technology.

But in expressing his concern about the future of AI, he joins Tesla founder Elon Musk, who is strongly in favour of regulating its development.

The South African-born billionaire worries that robots could one day take up arms against humans, a view recently challenged by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who remains ‘optimistic’ about the future of AI.
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SlaughterBOTS-World Leaders Decide Future of Killer Robots
« Reply #40 on: November 13, 2017, 12:19:39 PM »
https://futurism.com/leaders-decide-future-killer-robots/




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IN BRIEF

Fully autonomous weapons are now technologically viable. As a result, experts agree that it’s time that the world’s governments enforce regulation on these kinds of robots.

 
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A new short film illustrating the prospect of military drones has been commissioned for an event at the United Nations Convention on Conventional Weapons, which is being hosted by the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.

The film presents a fictionalized scenario in which a tech company showcases and deploys its latest combat drone, which is capable of distinguishing the good guys from the bad guys. A montage of mock new reports illustrates what happens next, when the device’s true abilities are revealed and the machines begin killing off politicians and activists.

Stuart Russell, an artificial intelligence (AI) scientist at the University of California in Berkeley, is part of the group that will show the film to attendees. He has stated that the technology depicted in the film already exists, and it would actually be much easier to implement than self-driving vehicles.

Military drones are nothing new, having been used for reconnaissance missions as well as attacks. However, they have largely been operated by human pilots via remote control, whereas we’re now in a position to outfit these machines with automated targeting systems. This advancement would allow them to execute missions autonomously.

This situation is troubling enough in its own right, but there are also concerns about the potential for widespread proliferation. These drones could be manufactured en masse for a relatively small amount of money – and they could be used to enact the unthinkable if they were to fall into the wrong hands.
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The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots hopes to convince international authorities to establish a treaty that bans autonomous weapons. This would outlaw the large-scale manufacture of such machines, and apply oversight to any nation choosing to explore the technology.

“Pursuing the development of lethal autonomous weapons would drastically reduce international, national, local, and personal security,” argued Russell, according to a report from The Guardian. This line of thinking has been compared to the approach that prompted the Biological Weapons Convention.

As the underlying technology that facilitates this kind of weaponry has progressed, experts have realized the need to appeal to lawmakers. And, while calls for legislation have been made for years, there has been a serious increase in activity over the course of 2017.

In August, Elon Musk led a host of prominent A.I. experts in signing an open letter that outlined the dangers of autonomous weapons. In November, scores of experts reached out to the Australian and Canadian heads of state, urging them to take action.

This technology is very real – and if we wait too long to regulate, it might be impossible to close Pandora’s box.

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Re: SlaughterBOTS-World Leaders Decide Future of Killer Robots
« Reply #41 on: November 13, 2017, 02:36:10 PM »
https://futurism.com/leaders-decide-future-killer-robots/




Futurism
IN BRIEF

Fully autonomous weapons are now technologically viable. As a result, experts agree that it’s time that the world’s governments enforce regulation on these kinds of robots.

 
SLAUGHTERBOTS

A new short film illustrating the prospect of military drones has been commissioned for an event at the United Nations Convention on Conventional Weapons, which is being hosted by the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.

The film presents a fictionalized scenario in which a tech company showcases and deploys its latest combat drone, which is capable of distinguishing the good guys from the bad guys. A montage of mock new reports illustrates what happens next, when the device’s true abilities are revealed and the machines begin killing off politicians and activists.

Stuart Russell, an artificial intelligence (AI) scientist at the University of California in Berkeley, is part of the group that will show the film to attendees. He has stated that the technology depicted in the film already exists, and it would actually be much easier to implement than self-driving vehicles.

Military drones are nothing new, having been used for reconnaissance missions as well as attacks. However, they have largely been operated by human pilots via remote control, whereas we’re now in a position to outfit these machines with automated targeting systems. This advancement would allow them to execute missions autonomously.

This situation is troubling enough in its own right, but there are also concerns about the potential for widespread proliferation. These drones could be manufactured en masse for a relatively small amount of money – and they could be used to enact the unthinkable if they were to fall into the wrong hands.
BAN THESE BOTS

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots hopes to convince international authorities to establish a treaty that bans autonomous weapons. This would outlaw the large-scale manufacture of such machines, and apply oversight to any nation choosing to explore the technology.

“Pursuing the development of lethal autonomous weapons would drastically reduce international, national, local, and personal security,” argued Russell, according to a report from The Guardian. This line of thinking has been compared to the approach that prompted the Biological Weapons Convention.

As the underlying technology that facilitates this kind of weaponry has progressed, experts have realized the need to appeal to lawmakers. And, while calls for legislation have been made for years, there has been a serious increase in activity over the course of 2017.

In August, Elon Musk led a host of prominent A.I. experts in signing an open letter that outlined the dangers of autonomous weapons. In November, scores of experts reached out to the Australian and Canadian heads of state, urging them to take action.

This technology is very real – and if we wait too long to regulate, it might be impossible to close Pandora’s box.


https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/nov/13/ban-on-killer-robots-urgently-needed-say-scientists


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