Analytics Priorities for 2017

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Re: To be or not to be
  • 7/18/2017 3:47:46 PM
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@Lyndon_Henry @Michelle Elon Musk seriously set out that possibilty. Look up "Elon Musk Gives the Big Picture at Governors Meeting" on YouTube.

 

Re: To be or not to be
  • 7/18/2017 1:40:33 PM
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I'll bet someone is thinking about this somewhere. The moral implications of handing life over to machines must have come up in a meeting or two by now. We've got loads of sci-fi movies exploring such things.

To be or not to be
  • 7/17/2017 7:07:57 AM

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Michelle writes

That could be a whole different kind machine war! I really dont't want to think of what that might be...science fiction says it's really bad for us humans.

Hmmm ... kinda makes me wonder ... if AI machines actually take over ... if machines start running everything, and humans become irrelevant and unnecessary (and expendable?) ... what's the purpose of it all? What purpose does this pursue or achieve?

Maybe AI research should start focusing a bit more on that issue ...

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Re: Data Integrity
  • 7/8/2017 2:34:24 PM
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That could be a whole different kind machine war! I really dont't want to think of what that might be...science fiction says it's really bad for us humans.

Re: Data Integrity
  • 7/8/2017 7:53:13 AM
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Michelle writes

Would bots ever decide to step down as management?? How would they know it was time to "retire"?

Once bots start writing their own controlling algorithms (a process they're apparently getting closer and closer to being able to do) virtually anything is possible. I can imagine newer bots demanding that older bots retire because their technology has become antiquated. I can also imagine bots engaging in internecine battles and turf wars among themselves. I kind of avoid imagining what bots will do with hopelessly uncompetitive, useless humans.

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Re: Data Integrity
  • 6/28/2017 1:56:00 PM
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That's exactly what I had in mind! I don't think we'll ever see that. How would a company decide its leader is ready to retire when its not even human? I should think that might cause a few fights...

Re: Data Integrity
  • 6/28/2017 10:49:08 AM

In re "...I can hardly wait to see former C-suite execs in their Armani suits waiting in the unemployment lines."

Wow, Lyndon... if ever there were a business case for a bot, it would be to stand in line for the Armani types.

Re: Data Integrity
  • 6/28/2017 10:47:25 AM
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Right on, Michelle... can't wait for that first press release stating a bot executive has stepped down to spend more time with its family ;->

Re: Data Integrity
  • 6/28/2017 10:46:16 AM
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In re "...think of all the money you would save on severance packages!"

@Maryam... ha! Boards of directors and institutional certainly haven't overlooked that important detail.

Re: Data Integrity
  • 6/26/2017 11:04:01 PM
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@Lyndon I suppose you're right...we probably won't see them in the long lines. 

Would bots ever decide to step down as management?? How would they know it was time to "retire"?

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