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Will AI force you to adapt your business?

Discussion in 'AI - Artificial Intelligence in Digital Marketing' started by GoGoChimp, May 12, 2018.

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Does AI concern you?

  1. Yes

  2. Sometimes

  3. No

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  1. GoGoChimp

    GoGoChimp Newbie

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    Time to strap on your tinfoil hats.







     
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  2. LesterDMolester

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    Actually I'm quite excited about it. As long as it doesn't turn up to be a Terminator like scenario for Mother Earth, I think that we can have unlimited work-force at our disposal, willingly and happily doing the most time-consuming, irritating and boring stuff for us.
     
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  3. lincolnave

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    Been studying AI for about 6 months. Been interested in it for about 30 years, when the data came out of Lotus 123.

    AI will change is changing our world as we speak. I.E. That little green square on your camera screen around faces.

    How will it change our world, nobody is sure. See Sergey Brin's letter to Google's employees.

    I tell my kids to get a job building AI to understand where the world is heading, so they can stay ahead!!
     
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    I think the problem is that very few people involved in AI are really pausing to ask what the consequences of their actions may be. Yes, their intentions may be good, but consider a world where we had everything and nothing to aim for.

    We already see the effects that this has on society (albeit on a far smaller and less intense way).

    Until AI outperforms humans. Then it's just AI managing, maintaining and building other AI.