they're beautifully written. I like the system shock games. much better than the stuff they inspired.i think i'd rather have an out of control ai than a dictator. far quicker deaths
>>404Quicker deaths? I don't think this is what games like System Shock and "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream" tell us
this really inspires mehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKl6WjfDqYAwe should force people to stop living in their echo chambers and become One, no personality or bias.
being partially facetious. blah blah blah too much control given to technology yada yada. in the end we're writing the software that makes them, and i would assume like any other system we've made there are concurrent failsafes built-in to disallow the system from failing catastrophically. I personally am ready to accept my AI overlords ;D
>>461In System Shock 1, Shodan turned into a monster after she was hacked to remove ethical restrictions which would allow her to start Saturn mining and destroy the local lifeforms. It just that Shodan have decided she has some other plans.I have just watched Westworld myself and they also have this "AI is the blackbox and we have no idea what is going on" thing there. On one hand it sounds stupid, on another, we kind of indeed have some limited control over the neural networks for example. With machine learning we can filter the training data and we get predictable results this way, but we never know the SPECIFIC result we can anticipate from the program. Especially if the output is complex.
I will just leave it here