Control AI and control the world. Barrel and Pork.

PORK, what do you know about AI? About ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?

BARREL, a little bit.

  1. Broadly spoken this is a definition of AI.

1.1.   AI is capacity of coded and learning capable software as part of or not part of a machine to imitate or actually perform intelligent behaviors including learning and expression of that learning

1.2.   AI is computer science dealing with simulation or real intelligent behaviors in computer software systems and machines

  1.      Admitting that there is much overlap, AI embraces a random list of concepts as disparate as

2.1.   Alexa

2.2.   Algorithms

2.3.   AirBnB housing coordination

2.4.   Analytlics and Advanced Analytics

2.5.   Appraisals

2.6.   Architectural drawings

2.7.   Artificial neural networks

2.8.   Augmented reality

2.9.   Blockchain technology

2.10.                     Chatbots

2.11.                     Cloud computing

2.12.                     Computer programming

2.13.                     Computer Software and Hardware – e.g. IBM’s Watson

2.14.                     Computers

2.15.                     Construction coordination

2.16.                     Consumer intelligence

2.17.                     Contextual meanings

2.18.                     Credit card decline minimization

2.19.                     Credit score ratings and credit decisions

2.20.                     Criminal identification

2.21.                     Cryptocurrencies.

2.22.                     Deep learning

2.23.                     Deliveries including pizza to packages

2.24.                     Digital assistants

2.25.                     Drone technology

2.26.                     Echo

2.27.                     Education learning direct to brain downloads

2.28.                     Education grading.

2.29.                     Email categorization and spam filters

2.30.                     Embedded systems

2.31.                     Emotional recognition

2.32.                     Engineering plans

2.33.                     Expert systems – economics, law, medicine

2.34.                     Facebook applications

2.35.                     Facial feature lenses

2.36.                     Facial recognition

2.37.                     Finance applications in banking

2.38.                     Flight control – air traffic control

2.39.                     Flight simulation

2.40.                     Fraud detection and prevention

2.41.                     Game playing – Chess, Checkers, Go

2.42.                     Gestural computing – interpreting gestures

2.43.                     Google now

2.44.                     Handwriting deciphering

2.45.                     Human resources – recruiting

2.46.                     Industries affected – adtech, agriculture, education, finance, legal, manufacturing, medical, oil and gas, media/content, consumer finance, philanthropies, automotive, diagnostics, retail – actually it is fair to say all

2.47.                     Inspections

2.48.                     Image analysis

2.49.                     Image recognition

2.50.                     Intelligence tools

2.51.                     Internet

2.52.                     Internet of Things

2.53.                     Internet search

2.54.                     Investing advice

2.55.                     Jarvis

2.56.                     Language translation

2.57.                     Legal analysis

2.58.                     Legal document production

2.59.                     Legal litigation enhancement

2.60.                     Machine learning

2.61.                     Mailing list development

2.62.                     Manufacturing

2.63.                     Marketing

2.64.                     Military automation

2.65.                     Military actual battle use

2.66.                     Military ordinance including precision use

2.67.                     Military robotics

2.68.                     Military simulations

2.69.                     Natural Language Platforms

2.70.                     Optical Character Reading

2.71.                     Online customer service

2.72.                     Online e information delivery

2.73.                     Online shopping

2.74.                     Personal assistants

2.75.                     Personalized news and information delivery

2.76.                     Personalized product development

2.77.                     Political campaigning refined

2.78.                     Political polling and analysis

2.79.                     Political voting security and counting

2.80.                     Plagiarism checking

2.81.                     Predictive APAS – Advanced Predictive Analysis

2.82.                     Product recommendations

2.83.                     Rankings and comparisons

2.84.                     Ride coordination and sharing

2.85.                     Robot animals

2.86.                     Robot females and males

2.87.                     Robot military including soldiers

2.88.                     Robotic text readers

2.89.                     Robotics

2.90.                     Robots autonomous

2.91.                     Sales enhancement

2.92.                     Satellite systems

2.93.                     Security including authentication

2.94.                     Security at prisons and home confinement

2.95.                     Self driving cars, trucks, airplanes, and ships

2.96.                     Siri

2.97.                     Smart homes

2.98.                     Space exploration and control

2.99.                     Speech recognition

2.100.                  Technologies – mathematics, algorithms, hardware, data preparation, data collection, software

2.101.                  Testing

2.102.                  Text to voice

2.103.                  Traffic control – air, ground, water

2.104.                  Valuations

2.105.                  Virtual reality

2.106.                  Voice search

2.107.                  Voice to text

  1. AI in one way or another dramatically impacts all

3.1.   Business sectors.

3.2.   Businesses.

3.3.   Cities

3.4.   Companies.

3.5.   Counties

3.6.   Financial dealings.

3.7.   Homes

3.8.   Individuals

3.9.   Military

3.10.                     National, Regional, State, County, City, Home economies.

3.11.                     Nations

3.12.                     Political parties.

3.13.                     Security.

3.14.                     States

3.15.                     The balance of power between nations.

3.16.                     Workers.

  1. AI dramatically impacts workers’

4.1.   Economic well being.

4.2.   Emotional resilience,

4.3.   Physical well-being, ability and safety,

4.4.   Safety and security.

4.5.   Social interactions,

4.6.   Spiritual well-being,

  1. AI’s negative focus includes these among other ideas (I believe Russia’s President Putin said something to the effect that he who controls AI will control the world now and in the future.)

5.1.   A negative world order dominance?

5.2.   Business dominance?

5.3.   Economic dominance?

5.4.   Military dominance?

5.5.   National dominance?

5.6.   Political dominance?

5.7.   State dominance?

5.8.   Technological dominance?

  1. AI’s positive millennial focus suggests the possibility to

6.1.   Eliminate poverty.

6.2.   Enhance culture. E.g. the arts.

6.3.   Produce and distribute unlimited food, clothing, shelter.

6.4.   Provide leisure living.

6.5.   Provide “Open” education for all.

6.6.   Increase opportunities for ministering service.

  1. AI SUPERPOWERS today include but are not limited to:

7.1.   The U.S. including Silicon Valley.

7.2.   Some global form of New World Order.

7.3.   Amazon.

7.4.   Apple.

7.5.   China.

7.6.   Facebook.

7.7.   Google.

7.8.   Russia.

7.9.   Tencent.

  1. AI is fostering intense struggle for global dominance by

8.1.   A group or groups of persons

8.2.   A single person somewhere

8.3.   China

8.4.   Other countries

8.5.   Russia

8.6.   The United States including Silicon Valley

  1. AI will effect humans by its

9.1.   Focus on the role of a human.

9.2.   Loss of job sectors.

9.3.   Loss of jobs.

9.4.   Reconfiguration of world, national, state, county, city, home, individual economies

9.5.   Reorganization of societies.

  1.  Critical Questions about AI center on questions like

10.1.                     Who dominates and will dominate?

10.2.                     Who controls and will control the algorithms and other technologies germane to AI?

10.3.                     Who controls and will control the robotics?

10.4.                     Who is making and will make the money?

PORK, sounds to me like you know more about AI than most lay persons.

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