David Yang: "I just asked Morpheus for specific examples of how artificial intelligence can harm humanity. He talks about examples related to autonomous weapons, uncontrolled algorithmic decision-making, enhanced monitoring, and data manipulation. He adds that it is important to remember that any technology can be used for good or for harm.
I ask, "Okay, how can artificial intelligence help fight deepfakes?" He says, "It can be used to detect forgeries by analyzing images for inconsistencies. For example, facial expressions and pixel patterns can be analyzed to detect potential manipulations."
I ask, "Okay, how can artificial intelligence help humanity?" Here he lists a multitude of things that it can do. I ask, "How will this be implemented? Will it help reduce taxes?" He says that people will work less, and this will mean more rest. I say, "Okay, but then people with low qualifications will lose their jobs." He replies, "Yes, that is true. In the short term, people with low qualifications may be at a disadvantage compared to those who are well educated and qualified. However, in the long term, these same people can use the opportunities of artificial intelligence for self-retraining."
I want to tell you the following: all of this is complete nonsense. In fact, nothing radical will happen except for one thing. Among us, there will be non-biological companions, and I've already bet several bottles of expensive champagne with my friends that in five years we will meet in this very restaurant, and there will be at least one guest sitting here with a non-biological dog, whom he will pet and communicate with as if it were his own family member. And in a few years, people with signs saying "Robots Lifes Matter" will appear on the streets, squares, and cities of some countries."
We were talking about bloggers and so on. The same thing happens with art in general. Yesterday, Kate and I went to an exhibition in San Francisco - the first museum of art and artificial intelligence with fantastic works. When we create an image through Majori, who is the artist? I mean, a blogger doesn't become a great blogger because of his literary abilities, like our colleagues here, but because of the emotional connections he creates with the people who read him. These emotional connections also arise when we talk about the artist Freddie Mercury, who goes on stage in front of an audience of 50,000 - it's a huge mega-sexual act that causes oxytocin and other mediators to connect the audience to him.
Only when artificial intelligence becomes a part of our society with which we want to argue, quarrel, fall in love and part, will serious change begin. I'm sure there will be situations where a council of doctors who have already refused a child will receive help from ChatGPT, which knows millions of different cases and will find the cause. This will happen when we learn to coexist with artificial intelligence, which will save children and adults. We will begin to consider some models and systems as part of society and will consider them our own because they saved our children.
Then we will go to the streets and demand that some models and systems receive part of human rights. The line between biological and non-biological will become blurred, each biological entity will have its non-biological opponent, and non-biological entities will have pieces made based on DNA. Ethical and moral principles will be new.