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Can it be regulated?

I have addressed this subject in several previous posts.

You would think that we should learn from previous regulations, like those on the food, pharmaceutical, automobile etc all typically applied after something bad had happened, not in anticipation.

WHEN IT COMES TO TECHNOLOGIES THAT HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO LEARN FROM THEIR OWN ACTIVITIES, with the –  possible of impacting on the full spectrum of benefits and risks to humanity ― from the possible development of a more utopic society to the potential extinction of human civilization.

IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT WE HAVE SOME FORM OF CONTROL.

Without unnecessary constraints on AI researchers and developers, fundamental research fields or technologies should not be regulated.

Aspirational principles alone are not enough, if they are not put into practice, and a question remains: is government regulation and oversight necessary to guarantee that AI scientists and companies follow these principles and others like them?

Even today, we’re seeing signs of narrow AI exacerbating problems of discrimination and job loss, and if we don’t take proper precautions, we can expect problems to worsen, affecting more people as AI grows smarter and more complex.

The recently founded Partnership on AI  founding document states that:

“Where AI tools are used to supplement or replace human decision-making, we must be sure that they are safe, trustworthy and aligned with the ethics and preferences of people who are influenced by their actions.”

Because these problems threaten society as a whole, they can’t be left to a small group of researchers to address. At the very least, government officials need to learn about and understand how AI could impact us all.

YOU WOULD WONDER WHY, the topic rarely comes up in political discussion.

Let’s ask ourselves: how can we ensure that AI remains beneficial for all, and who needs to be involved in that effort?

THE PROBLEM IS TO DAY THAT WE DON’T KNOW WHAT TO REGULATE, OR AT WHAT LEVEL WOULD WE DO THIS?

This question to me is pointless.

We will never get enough international support lay the foundations for constructive regulation.

CONTROL SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED LIKE AN LEGALLY REQUIRED  MOT.

EVERY ALGORITHM THAT IS INVASIVE OR PROFIT PRODUCING SHOULD BE REQUIRED BY INTERNATIONAL LAW TO LOGE A COPY ITS SOFTWARE PROGRAM OR PROGRAM’S IN A AI BANK.

WHERE IT IS HELD JUST IN CASE OF MALFUNCTION.

THIS NEEDS TO START- soon to have any chance of keeping up with innovation in the field.Résultat de recherche d'images pour "pictures of computer algorithms"

WHY?

Because:  Algorithms will dominate the coming centuries.

Because:  Ascribing human qualities to non-human entities is a minefield.

Because: Algorithms are becoming the single most important concept in our world.

Because: Algorithms are connected to our emotions.

Because: Algorithms are not just particular calculation, but a method followed when making the calculation.

Because: What we call sensations and emotions are all algorithms.

Because: Electronic Algorithms will out perform biochemical Algorithms.

Because: Humans can no longer cope with the immense flows of data.

Because: Algorithms will completely transform the very nature of life transforming the world beyond recognition.

Because: Free –market capitalism and controlled communism are competing data-processing systems.

Because:  The Stock Exchange, the economy of the world  is already run by high frequency algorithms for profit only.

Because: Algorithms structures will run hospitals. then your faith will be in the hands of the system. What is true of hospitals will be true of armies, wars, prisons, schools, and corporations.

Because: We will need to decide which is a computer and which is the human.

Because: It follows that external algorithms will know you better than yourself. 

I am sure you can add to the list.

Algorithms are decoupling us for shared values, with life becoming just data processing.

If this is the sort of world you want to live in stay silent and your wish will come true.

If you can think it, there’s most likely an algorithm for it.

While computer scientists may not be specifically finding better ways to manage your love life, you’d be surprised at how math can play a role as matchmaker. Let’s keep in mind that, during a search, you reach a point when you’ve gathered enough data and a continued search can be seen as both redundant as well as confirming what you know.

Well, how about when finding a parking space?

All human comments appreciated, all like clicks chucked in the bin of data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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