[Computer-go] Our Silicon Overlord

Xavier Combelle xavier.combelle at gmail.com
Sat Jan 7 14:02:08 PST 2017


All the point, is that there is very little chance that you are more likely
to dead by an AI driven than a human driven as the expectation set to
AI driven is at least one order of magnitude higher than human one
before there is any hope that AI would be authorized (Actually the real
expectation is AI would be responsible of zero death)

Le 07/01/2017 à 22:35, Gonçalo Mendes Ferreira a écrit :
> Well, I don't know what is the likelihood of being hit by drunk drivers
> or AI driven cars, but if it were the same I'd prefer to have drunk
> drivers. Drunk drivers you can understand: you can improve your chances
> by making yourself more visible, do not jump from beyond obstacles, be
> more careful when crossing or not crossing before they actually stop. A
> failure in an AI car seems much more unpredictable.
>
> Gonçalo
>
> On 07/01/2017 21:24, Xavier Combelle wrote:
>>> ...this is a major objective. E.g., we do not want AI driven cars
>>> working right most of the time but sometimes killing people because
>>> the AI faces situations (such as a local sand storm or a painting on
>>> the street with a fake landscape or fake human being) outside its
>>> current training and reading. 
>> currently I don't like to be killed by a drunk driver, and to my opinion
>> it is very more likely to happen than an AI killing me because a mistake
>> in programming (I know, it is not the point of view of most of people
>> which want a perfect AI with zero dead and not an AI which would reduce
>> the death on road by a factor 100)
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