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( A twenty-minute read, before we are all raped by Algorithms)

Strength from cultural diversity is being eroded by Algorithms.

At the moment while we’ll be striving to understand the impact of “information flows” — shared value is going out the window.

You could say that 99.4 percent of physical objects are still unconnected but algorithms but they are already transforming the world around us — in education, healthcare, manufacturing, commerce, transportation and other sectors.

In the coming years, the Internet of Everything Economy will be run by Algorithms that control smart grid, smart buildings, connected healthcare and patient monitoring, smart factories, connected private education, connected commercial (ground) vehicles, connected marketing and advertising, and connected gaming and entertainment, among others, will rule the world.

If we are honest, we have been living with the ambiguity created by SHARED VALUE for a long time.

The United nations being the prime example.

Its shared ideology values are ignored daily because they do not possess any legal or constitutional power. (They have however attained limited success in generating greater ideological consensus, whether it is the impact on the environment, on society, or in terms of how it governs itself) Now unfortunately it is trying to operate in a world that is in the middle of a technological revolution which is exposing its limits to the point of being relevance.

Technology trends (including cloud and mobile computing, Big Data, increased processing power, and many others) and business economics (such as Metcalfe’s law) are driving the IoE (The Internet of Everything economy.)

The Internet of Everything (IoE) brings together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before — turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries.

On the other hand in my opinion it is and will be a mistake to greet every invention with applause and just let it go its way.

There are many aspect to the Technological Revolution that are desirable and needed, but at what sacrifice, and where to draw red lines is not being addressed. You could say its evolution and can not be changed or stopped.

However Artificial intelligence which is run by Algorithms is void of emotional intelligence.

The future will no doubt push for higher level automated capabilities by integrating human spoken and linguistic capabilities with other human skills such as vision, motor skills, and emotions.

This future will bring about a society of human and machine experts, that collaborate together for improved outcomes in complex processes such as decision-making.

These decisions which will be based on vast quantities of data rather than share values. They will be driven by our old friend capitalist profit, managed by platforms that are totally unregulated, unaccountable.

In a world where we are all supposed to be accountable, Artificial Intelligence must also be accountable not just to its algorithms. It must be totally transparent and regulated by an independent Organisation that ensure it enhances our shared values. As we explore all the possibilities these technologies present,  it will be critical to place us at the forefront.

The conversations around these technologies, I suppose in the future will reach an equilibrium and we will understand as a society how to use them responsibly or will it be too late. 

I think the more interesting thing that’s happening is we’re evolving into a kind of meta organism, which is the whole species on the planet connected through the Web, sharing information, sharing thoughts, sharing ideas.

We are not sharing empathy and sharing emotions, exploring and expanding the boundaries of what it means to be human, today and far into the future.

People will end up having no sense of control over their changing environments other than what their Virtual Personal Assistant lets them know.

The world we live in has and always will have problems because it is impossible of humans to act as one for the general good of all.

Rest assured that Algorithms will also suffer from the same flaw.

If left to their own devices they will destroy any sense of collaboration, reducing us to smart phone workers with no shared values or jobs for life.

We are more and more desensitized by social media platforms that are run by algorithms to ensure we remain so, we are all too busy checking our smart phones to take any notice. Most of us can not recognize our self.

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Robots are learning how to detect your personality and even your gender with just a handshake, so giving robots a personality is the only way our relationship with artificial intelligence will survive.

We have all experienced “dehumanizing” technology – software or hardware that seems to diminish our ability to communicate with others or to function effectively in the world.

Technology such as Algorithms for profit are creating new boundaries between people rather than erasing old ones, with Touchy-feely robots becoming the false face of the Algorithms, that run them. Capitalize on our unique strengths and weakness, new technologies are and will further integrate themselves seamlessly into our lives.

We are already accustomed to Amazon’s anticipatory shipping practices, where the company identifies items we may want to buy before we even begin our search. Artificial Intelligence is making technology more personal and purposeful than ever before.

I don’t know about you. Just because I bought something, viewed something, commented on something, or sent an email to someone, I don’t want Watson, Google, Facebook or any other platform invading my Privacy with annoying suggestions, as I have no shared values with any of their Algorithms.

If we don’t get a grip of what I call Algorithms for Profit connecting the unconnected: people, process, data, and things we are going to be looking at a very sad world.

Since the industrial revolution, concerns have been raised about the negative effect of development on human exploitation, inequality, the environment, and by extension, greater society.

Of all the concerns that development brings, environmental damage has a high-profile due to its long, and sometimes cruel, history from business self-interest, to a sense of responsibility, or a combination of both.

Now it is the time to make capitalism more responsive to social challenges, as corporations are directly facing the trade-offs between private costs and social benefits.

The pursuit of profit and increasing shareholder value are the only responsibilities of business.

The inclusion of non-financial issues into investment decision-making must be a priority.

Why?

Because in terms of corporate social responsibility, the long-term risk of damage to the economic system and long-term value creation, and therefore investment returns, is a palpable threat to asset owners.

National identity and nationhood are not principles that can be “mandated and managed from the top”. Instead, the nation is an “imagined reality” that transcends institutions such as government and civil society. Consequently, the citizen creates the nation.

It is the responsibility of the investor to protect an economy’s ability to create long-term value.

Given long-term horizons, diversification, and long duration liabilities, it is beneficial to work together to reduce Artificial Intelligence future risk. To verify if shared value strategies can be found in practice.

This is so that today’s efforts to create value do not impair the ability of future generations to do the same.

Driven by advances in mobile technology the United nations is total out of date.

The importance of the family as a “basic unit of society”, no longer fully address family related issues.

In today’s investment world, there is no Algorithm that is going pre-empt social change and direct it in “suitable” directions.

Artificial Intelligence is making technology more personal and purposeful than ever before. We are trying to leverage data science with natural interfaces to provide solutions tailored to human behavior, attitudes and comprehension, also known as cognitive systems.

So the Question is:

Are these profit Algorithms degrading our humanity.

Today, the most successful technology goes beyond the technical specs and is all about the user experience. The best use of technology is the one people barely notice.

Our emotions influence every aspect of our lives, from our health and well-being, to the way we learn, the decisions we make and how we communicate with one another.

Try telling that to a Digital banking Algorithm.  The only point of contact between banks and their customers.

Now we can have a whole new social class system.

Since people can be judged by their emotions, and since a persons emotional state has legal consequences in a court of law, and since corporations would love nothing more than to know how we feel so that they can control our behavior by controlling what information we receive when we are connected, and since we are always connected. ….
Well that couldn’t possibly be a problem, or could it?

We are handing over our privacy and our lively mental freedom, step by step, to the lifeless and emotionless domain of machines. We are becoming more and more dependent upon mechanistic mimicking of human qualities, and call it Machine Intelligence.

“The biggest privacy-invasive is no the way with face recognition applications”.

Why? Because the majority of how people experience each other is through screens.

this will bring a new leveraged on degrees of freedom for smart life.

Just because you want to believe it is true doesn’t mean it is true.

The goal should be making people to become aware of the trends and processes they are being involved by their own deeds and making them to ask important questions

In short:

Predictions are hard, but TRYING to fore see and not being blind to what is already happening is immensely important.

I wouldn’t want “devices” to sense anything. Anything.

Constantly arguing with your device about how you really feel.

What a sick world that is going to be.

Ask google why do people die before their time.

You get many answers: How can we know these things?….We can’t, unless we ask and who do we ask in order to get the correct answer.. not a Algorithm.  The basic recipes for Capitalist slavery.

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All human comments ( Not that I will know if they are generated by Algo) appreciated. All like clicks chucked in the bin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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