Why Artificial Intelligence does not work yet for us

These are quotes extracted frrom my blogs

When things don't work out

Relax. Even if it’s all your fault and you deserve everything you’re getting, trust in G‑d that it is all for the good, and stay calm.

Is that fair?  Yes. Because trust in G-d transforms you into an entirely different person, no longer the person who deserved the past.

Al reveals what we think we know

The danger of having artificially intelligent machines do our bidding is that we might not be careful enough about what we wish for. The lines of code that animate these machines will inevitably lack nuance, forget to spell out caveats, and end up giving AI systems goals and incentives that don’t align with our true preferences.

 Oxford philosopher Nick Bostrom in 2003 imagined a superintelligent robot, programmed with the seemingly innocuous goal of manufacturing paper clips. The robot eventually turns the whole world into a giant paper clip factory.

 Humans often don’t know what goals to give our AI systems, because we don’t know what we really want. 

Human Optimized AI -Rational way

Stuart Russell, a computer scientist at the University of California, Berkeley, gave a TED talk on the dangers of AI in 2017.
The machine’s only objective is to maximize the realization of human preferences.
The machine is initially uncertain about what those preferences are.
The ultimate source of information about human preferences is human behavior.

Yuval Noah Harari Harari,  21 Lessons for the 21st Century

The danger is that if we invest too much in developing AI and too little in developing human consciousness, the very sophisticated artificial intelligence of computers might only serve to empower the natural stupidity of humans.

For every dollar and every minute we invest in improving artificial intelligence, it would be wise to invest a dollar and a minute in advancing human consciousness. Unfortunately, at present we are not doing much in the way of research into human consciousness and ways to develop it.

The Rabbis know that "Every person has a bias of some kind"

It is simply not possible to erase all traces of our personality, past experiences and deeply held beliefs, no matter how hard we may try.

AI and Humans

Many see the AI as a buttons we press to do the thinking and bring us satisfaction without any efforts from us. 

The female G-spot was first identified by German researcher Ernst Gräfenberg in the 1940s. Touching the G-Spot automatically creates intense orgasms.  No need of brain participation

humans are similar to other domesticated animals. We have bred docile cows that produce enormous amounts of milk but are otherwise far inferior to their wild ancestors. They are less agile, less curious, and less resourceful.

We are now creating tame humans that produce enormous amounts of data and function as very efficient chips in a huge data-processing mechanism, but these data-cows hardly maximize the human potential.

Kabbala and Humans 

It is not mysticism. It is an art.  The entrepreneurship must produce 0 to 1 products. The 0-to-1 products, just because are zero-to-one products, are not going to succeed automatically by dabbling with functionality. We need to convey emotion and create habits. But emotion for whom, if we do not know yet who are the the people who will become users? We to do some customer development, outside and inside the group of users the founders thought are the market.

 We want to offer a service, an R processing service when many compute resources beyond the laptop are needed. This service must be a 0 to 1 service product must be 10x better than the competition. However there is no definition of 10x or a methodology of how to calculate it. Simply, Peter Theil recommends we should think by ourselves, and NOT parroting what a book, any book,  says .

What 10X better means?

It means being easier to use than other product / service on the market, by far. From Quora social network, this is a reply to the question : "How do you know if your startup idea already exists?

This is just a presentation gimmick. It shows how well domesticated super-entrepreneur make boring products and destroy the Spirit of Silicon Valley

Frank Gehry thought

For me, every day is a new thing. I approach each project with a new insecurity, almost like the first project I ever did. And I get the sweats. I go in and start working, I'm not sure where I'm going. If I knew where I was going I wouldn't do it. Frank Gehry


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