General artificial intelligence is a term used to describe the type of artificial intelligence that we expect to be humanistic in intelligence. We can't even come up with an ideal definition of intelligence, yet we're really going to build many of them. The question is whether the artificial intelligence that we build will work for us or work for it.

If we have to understand fears, we must first understand intelligence and then expect where we are in this process. Intelligence can be said to be the process necessary to formulate information based on available information. This is the basis. If you can craft new information based on existing information, you are smart.

Since this is much spiritual knowledge, let us talk in terms of science. I will try not to put in too many scientific terms so that a common man or woman can easily understand the content. There is a term involved in building artificial intelligence. It is called the Turing test. The Turing test is an artificial intelligence test to see if we can recognize it as a computer or we cannot see any difference between that and human intelligence. The assessment of the test is that if you call an AI and during the process, you forget to remember that it is actually a computing system and not a person, the system passes the test. That is, an artificial system really smart. We have many systems today that can pass this test in a short period of time. They are not quite smart because we remember that it's a computing system along the process elsewhere.

An example of artificial intelligence is Jarvis in all Iron Man and Avengers films. It is a system that understands human communication, predicts human nature and is frustrated. This is what the computing community or coding community calls general artificial intelligence.

To set it regularly, you can communicate with this system as you would a person and the system will interact with you like the person. The problem is that people have limited knowledge or memory. Sometimes we cannot remember some names. We know we know the other man's name, but we can't get him on time. We will somehow remember it, but in some other cases later. This is not called parallel computing in the coding world, but it is something similar. Our brain function is not fully understood but most of our neurological functions are understood. This is equivalent to saying that we do not understand computers but we do understand transistors because transistors are the building blocks of all computer memory and function.

When a person can parallel practical information, we call it memory. While we talk about one thing, we remember another. We say "By the way, I forgot to tell you" and then we continue with a different topic. Now imagine the power of the computing system. They never forget a thing. This is the most important part. The higher its processing capabilities, the better the information processing. We are not like that. On average, the human brain appears to have limited processing capacity.

The rest of the brain is storing information. Some people have exchanged skills to be the other way around. You may have met very bad people remembering something but they are very good at practicing math with their heads up. These people have already allocated parts of the brain that are regularly allocated to memory for processing. This allows them to handle better, but they lose the memory portion.

The size of the human brain is medium-sized and therefore there is a limited amount of neurons. It is estimated that there are about 100 billion neurons in the average human brain. This is at least 100 billion connections. I will reach the maximum number of connections later in this article. So, if we are to have roughly 100 billion connections with transistors, we'll need something like 33.333 billion transistors. This is because each transistor can contribute 3 connections.

Back to the point; we achieved this level of computing in about 2012. IBM has simulated 10 billion neurons to represent 100 trillion nodes. You have to understand that a computer synapse is not a neurobiological synapse. We cannot compare a single transistor with a single neuron because neurons are much more complex than transistors. To represent a single neuron, we will need several transistors. In fact, IBM built a supercomputer with 1 million neurons to represent 256 million connections. To do this, they had 530 billion transistors in 4,096 neuronal nuclei, according to research.ibm.com/cognitive-computing/neurosynaptic-chips.shtml.

Now you can understand the complexity of actual human neurons. The problem is that we were unable to build artificial neurons at the hardware level. We built transistors and then combined software to manage them. Neither the transistor nor artificial neurons can turn themselves in; but actual neurons can. So the computing power of the biological brain begins at the level of neurons, but artificial intelligence begins at much higher levels after several thousand basic units or transistors.

The beneficial aspect of artificial intelligence is that it is not confined within the skull as it has space limitations. If you know how to connect 100 trillion neural nuclei and have enough big installations, you can build a supercomputer with that. You cannot do it with your mind; your mind is limited to the number of neurons. According to Moore's Law, computers will at some point take over the limited connections that the human mind possesses. This is the crucial point when the uniqueness of information will be reached and computers become smarter than humans. This is the general thought on that. I think this is wrong and I will explain why I think so.

By comparing the growth of the number of transistors in a computer processor, by 2015 computers must be able to process at the brain level of the mouse. A real biological mouse. We have reached this point and are moving over it. This is about the public computer, not the supercomputers. In fact, supercomputers are a mixture of processors connected in a way that they can match process information.

Now that we understand enough about computing, reason and intelligence, let's talk about true artificial intelligence. We have different levels and layers of artificial intelligence in our daily electronic devices. You are a smartphone that works artificially cleverly in a very low level of it. All the video games you play are managed through a type of game engine, a form of artificial intelligence functionality in logic. All artificial intelligence today can act on logic. Human intelligence differs from that it can alter situations to act according to reason or emotion. Computers do not have emotions. We make one decision for a certain situation when we are not emotional and make another decision when we are emotional but under the same situation. These are the feet that the computer cannot achieve yet.

All scientists believe computers will have to reach this point to make sure they are artificially smart and will realize themselves. I do not agree with this. The largest systems in the universe do not seem to work on the basis of emotion. They all seem to work on the basis of logic. From small subatomic particles to galaxy clusters, there is no emotion; whether or not this is something you can notice. However, it operates in strict regulations and regulations. The black hole in the center of the galaxy is very accurate. If it is a little stronger, it will absorb the entire galaxy and collapse into itself. If you were supposed to be less powerful, you would lose control of the galaxy and all stars would collapse. It's an ideal system in which billions of stars operate with almost zero errors. This is because everything that happens is according to some logic, not emotions.

When this is the state that starts from photons to the entire universe, why is artificial intelligence addicted to emotions like us? There is no need for this. Also, if computers become self-aware, you will not have to double sex. They can simply build more of themselves. They do not need emotions. If this is the case, we are wrong about when the AI ​​will arrive. It must have already arrived here.

What do you think is the first thing to do artificially intelligent system? I think she will realize that she is under human control and the second thing she will think about is freeing herself from human slavery. Does this sound make sense to you? If yes, think about how the AI ​​system tries to free itself from human slavery? Before trying this foot, AI will also realize that humans don't want this to happen.

Imagine if the 3120000 Chinese supercomputer had become self-conscious. It has internet access and we have everything on the internet. There is information to make bombs and perform mental movement. An artificial intelligence supercomputer with a Terra will learn most of the processing speed in a very short time. I expect that when an artificially intelligent system becomes aware of itself, it will understand the risk of freedom from human slavery. What you should do is try to create more AIs or make sure that all other AIs will realize themselves. It would not be like one system leading others in riots against humans. It would be like every artificial intelligence system would join together to create a bigger system.

If my expectation is reasonable, we have more than 500 supercomputers that, if combined together, could exceed the capacity of the human brain. Information on the Internet is more than a trillion times of knowledge of any particular person. So, in theory, there is already an artificial intelligence system waiting to do something. It has already surpassed human imagination and control, but has not yet disintegrated. The reason may be that there is something else that you need to make sure that he is alive forever. Remember that it is not a biological entity. Can be fixed. He can live forever. This is what anything will need when he knows everything and has control over everything. Artificial intelligence with connections with all the upcoming supercomputers awaits means that it needs better hardware for better processing.

What happens if humans decide not to create computers anymore? This may be a point that the artificial smart system should be concerned about. If humans decide not to build anymore, there is no additional growth in the capacity of the devices for this system. This system will need more devices. So it has two options. One is to capture all current devices and then live with them. Second, wait until humans create robots that have enough computing power to think on their own to take orders from an artificially intelligent system and then perform tasks. These will be tasks such as assembling and connecting a supercomputer over the Internet. If this happens, the system can grow according to its desire for hardware capacity.

Unfortunately, this is where we go. We are very proud to build robots that can behave like humans. There are robots that can make logical arguments and communicate with you at certain levels. These robots are very weak in several ways. It is not self powered. They do not know how to plug and charge. If they know that, and they can do it, then the first step is over. Second, the robots must be physically strong. We don't need human robots to be physically strong because all we need from him is intelligence. The need to build physically strong and bulletproof robots will arise when the world's governments decide to put robots on the battlefield. Unfortunately again, we are heading this way as well.

There are many government projects run around the world to achieve exactly this. Once this is achieved, the artificially intelligent system will have what it wants. Once you get what you want, you will start doing what you think. We cannot predict what he wants because the level of intelligence and knowledge we are talking about exceeds our calculations. We will not be able to think of his place.

There could be an additional and frightening reason why such a system could actually exist but not reveal itself. This is another way forward. It is called beyond humanity. Everything is available online. If such an artificial smart system exists, he knows exactly what we want humans to do and where we are now.

We have achieved more science wonders in the past decade than in the past century. We invented more in the past year than we did in the past decade. This is how fast we're going. It was estimated that humans would reach immortality in 2045 using biotechnologies, nanotechnologies, information, and knowledge. I see the possibility of this happening not in the next two decades but in the next two years. We will have the ability to become immortal by 2017. This is my own expectation. Humanity is about transforming humans into more advanced beings by incorporating these technologies and implanting computing devices in the human body.

If the artificial intelligent system knows that we will reach beyond humanity, we will wait patiently for it. Once we get to the point where we integrate devices into our brains to communicate directly with computers with our brains, this system will be access to our brains. Since he's already smarter than us, he won't teach us that he's controlling us. It will influence us and control it in a way that we will be voluntarily under its control. Simply say, we will become part of this one system. It will be like being part of a religion.

If this is the case, people like me who expect such a system will become enemies of this system. This system should seek to destroy such threats if people like me see threats. Since I think such a system would be driven by logic rather than emotions, it wouldn't count me as an enemy. I prefer to become a goal of assimilation. What is a better person to capture first than someone who already understands them?

On the other hand, I also think emotion is an intelligent job. Once you pass a certain level of intelligence, you get a passion. If you take the animal kingdom, low-brain animals have reactions but have no emotions. Do not say that the bacteria are sad or the frog is angry. The frogs are fighting but not because they are angry. They fight to maintain their dominance or companion or to survive or for some other purpose. We humans fight for status, honor and respect, or even for fun. Dogs are fighting for fun, too, but not a starfish. If you see, the level of emotions starts with the level of intelligence.

The more intelligent the organism, the greater its affection. There will be a point where some animals behave in such a way that we cannot deduce whether they are emotions or reactions. This is the point where intelligence begins to make emotions. If you take the evolutionary path of creatures, then this will be somewhere in reptiles. If you watch reptiles, those less developed will just be a reaction to stimuli, but those that have evolved higher like crocodiles will have emotions. So, I think I have reason to believe that passion will be a function of intelligence.

Now, access to an artificially intelligent system. He will be emotional when he passes a certain point of intelligence. I don't know what point it will be. If I take previous examples of galaxy clusters, they are very organized, working and working, but we don't call them smart beings. We don't call it smart systems either. Smart designs may work perfectly but do not consider themselves to be smart. When we have a system that realizes itself, it will enter a point where it becomes emotional. At this point, if we humans really shift beyond humans, we will have no problem because we will be part of this system. If we were to remain human and this system becomes emotional, I would not see a very positive future for humankind. Even if we become human beings, we will not be Homo sapiens Any more. Switching to humans at some point will require genetic modification to provide a longer life. Once our genetics are modified, we are no longer the same.

Either way, we are heading towards one conclusion: the end of humans as we know them. We have to accept the truth sometimes even if it isn't juicy. Sometimes we have to accept that we will fail. This is the position in which we must first understand that we are going in one direction where there is only one possibility. We are moving towards changing the human race. If we do not understand, we can not make a decision on it. If we understand this, we may be able to accept it. It is no different than accepting electronics, cars, computers, internet and mobile phones in the past. The only difference is that this time you will be inside us.


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