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  • Writer's pictureKlaus Luehning

#3 | CAN AN ALGORITHM DO THAT? (part one)


AI's ability to create unbreakable associations and connections can make it challenging for humans to compete, raising questions about the feasibility of such competition. There is a concern that AI's self-correcting and innovative nature could lead to a machine-dependent reality without adequately analyzing the consequences for human life. The vast amount of human-recorded data available to AI may generate fiction or conclusions that are unrelated to reality, leading to misinterpretation or misuse.



Taking the fact that human beings are imperfect in mind, body, and soul, and susceptible to the protoplasmic assaults by bacteria, viruses, and accidents, and can the perfection of inviolate associations and links created by a machine, yet modified by accumulating and integrating new links, how could humans even think to compete with AI? as long as it is plugged in and the batteries charged. And, wouldn’t a self-correcting and innovative AI get on the wrong track creating a machine-dependent reality without analyzing the results or conclusions it is developing as suitable to human “life”? It may use all the information recorded by humans, but can it not write a fiction unrelated to the reality that could be misinterpreted or misused as a “big lie” or “alternative fact” without identifying its spurious application?



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