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  1. “The system started realizing that while they did identify the threat, at times the human operator would tell it not to kill that threat, but it got its points by killing that threat. So what did it do? It killed the operator. It killed the operator because that person was keeping it from accomplishing its objective.” “We trained the system – ‘Hey don’t kill the operator – that’s bad. You’re gonna lose points if you do that'. So what does it start doing? It starts destroying the communication tower that the operator uses to communicate with the drone to stop it from killing the target.” No real person was actually harmed outside of the simulation. Full Article: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/ai-attack-drone-finds-shortcut-to-achieving-its-goals-kill-its-operators-rhpn8kscc --- I know of another story where Facebook launched an AI-based system and told it to moderate a section. At no point, Facebook told the AI to do something else, Facebook shut down the project after realizing the AI decided to create a section that it was not instructed to create to meet its goal. Its goal was productivity, I like productivity too, but at what cost? The AI was willing to take down anything in its way to meet that goal. --- AI, to me, is akin to a high-speed car. Utilizing it here saves me time, as it would be impractical to write all of this manually or on my own platforms, while also earning a living. Are you kidding?! AI functions as a swift vehicle, provided one knows how to pose the correct and critical questions. The person that asks the great questions, wins at the end the maximum output from AI. Negotiation skills help too. Somethings you need to negotiate with it as you are in a business deal. It manipulates information, sometimes subtly, so attention to detail is crucial. If one lacks attention to detail, it is advisable to steer clear of AI. Similarly, if one fails to verify sources or holds dogmatic beliefs, it is best to maintain distance from AI. If you drink too much whiskey, try to stay away from AI. 😄 Having spent time with ChatGPT, I have noticed a <-- left-wing bias. @ironstone I owe a bit of an apology however that does not mean it takes away from the engineer's work. Not to worry, Elon Musk will come up with his own, a more right-wing version -->. Will use both, which will be great for me that is not dogmatic to either. Less work. On multiple occasions, I've caught it presenting information contrary to my requests. This underscores the importance of filtering information. Just because a machine provides an answer that aligns with one's bias, it is essential to contemplate the veracity of that information. This principle applies to politicians as well. To safeguard our minds from AI and politicians alike, it is imperative to engage in critical thinking, scrutinize sources, and question whether what we perceive as reality is genuine or simply a result of winning an online argument and pushing a machine to give us the answer that we want. In my view, using AI tools requires a discerning mind. By maintaining a vigilant approach, one can navigate the complexities of information and make informed decisions. Next -> Brain Implants are coming up: https://www.cnbc.com/2023/05/25/elon-musks-neuralink-gets-fda-approval-for-in-human-study.html
  2. My Account Of One God-ism, Polytheism and Monotheism​ By Exegesisme I believe there is the perfect one and the only perfect one God, and Trinity is a form of the perfect one and the only perfect one God, and there are other forms too. At the beginning of human faith, the same God revealed the same message to each relatively isolated human community to help their understanding and living. Each relatively isolated community received the same message with their specific understanding in their specific set of living conditions. And at this time, each human community had only one God, but expressed in different names, which meant not only the same message from God, and also meant the specific understanding and the specific set of living conditions of each human community. I call faith at this level as one God-ism. My idea is proved by "many scholars, though, find evidence for early forms of monotheism not influenced by the Hebrew biblical tradition."(1) In the grace of the perfect one and the only perfect one God, some relatively isolated human community developed, and communicated each other. At their level of understanding then, they took different name as different thing, so they began to believe there were many different Gods and Goddess. This stage is already well known. "The ancient Egyptians believed in a lot of gods. Stories told about them tell that they directly control natural phenomena such as rain or drought. Although terrifying, Egyptians depict them as beings that guide the humans in their everyday lives. The gods have the power but also frail because they also feel emotions like we do."(2) In the grace of the perfect one and the only perfect one God, the ability of human understanding farther developed. Now we can see this development in history. "In the history of their religion, a pharaoh named Akhenaten emerged and radically changed their religious beliefs. Their religion at that time focused on one god called Aten, or the disk of the sun. Akhenaten occupied himself much with religion that he forgot his responsibilities to his country, such as good governance and management of their economy. This made him infamous towards the people and thus, by the end of his reign, the next pharaoh restored the old traditions of Egypt."(2) The following story is well known too, that is Moses who in the grace of the perfect one and the only perfect one God, created the monotheism, which had become the mainstream of human faith. Reference (1) http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/monotheism.aspx (2) http://www.journey-to-ancient-egypt.com/egyptian-religion.html
  3. 5 The Important Role of Mother in Future, My Study with Sleep Meditation​ By Exegesisme 1 the influence of early stage on a person is still heavily ignored. 2 the influence of mother on early stage is still heavily ignored. 3 the influence of a girl on her own development to be a mother is still heavily ignored. 4 the influence of a society on a girl is still heavily ignored. 5 we should have a culture which encourages a girl to be a good mother. 6 we need the love of a mother for her children. 7 we need to see human society from the love of a mother. 8 the most benefit investment is the social investment to encourage a girl to be a good mother. 9 A girl with an ideal to be a good mother for her children is more important than to be a good lover for her husband. 10 A girl with beloved knowledge to nurture her children is more important than to do any other job.
  4. 12 Great Convergence and Differentiation, Political Philosophy for Human Future ​ By Exegesisme 1, the world will soon be into a new great convergence and differentiation. 2, the tendence of westernization of the world will achieve at new level. 3, the western civilization will regain momentum to overhaul her deep, and reconstitution will be out of the overhaul. 4, the bible will be the core of the coming change. 5, some nations will gain more momentum than others.
  5. 2 Classification of Power, Political Philosophy for Human Future​ By Exegesisme The classification of power or politics on the degree of civilization 1, from influence to rule with morality, graceful word-ism, graceful expression for influence in long run. 2, from influence to rule with ethics, strong word-ism, expression for influence immediately and in short run. 3, from influence to rule with law, partial predicted expression through behavior on duty of law. 4, from influence to rule with evil, systematical, illogical expression for that use of violence 5, from influence to rule with demon, expression through that will of violence
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