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by Obamot » 04/03/21, 15:49

Grelinette wrote:You can !

I wanted to say that question psyche, he too would perhaps have preferred that one of his ancestors is Ghandi, Kant or Nietzsche? :D
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by Christophe » 08/04/21, 13:18

After 3 years of missions in energy and the public sector, Romain Boucher, engineer, mathematician and statistician resigned from his highly paid position of Data Scientist in a consulting company, to warn about the ecological and social ravages of new technologies and artificial intelligence.

"In 2019 and 2020, we were required to train models for detecting illegal land use from satellite images for local authorities and then the State. This could typically be used to detect and track down ZADs, for example. to evacuate them ...

Between monitoring and rationalization I lost faith in using my scientific knowledge to improve public services. We can think that this concerns recent policies, the truth is that we rarely use the technique to please the "lower people". "He explains in our columns.

A graduate of the École des Mines and a master's degree in applied maths and statistics, he became a member of the young association “Vous sont not alone” in order to support whistleblowers.


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by Exnihiloest » 08/04/21, 23:05

Grelinette wrote:...
What will be even more surprising would be to be able to communicate with the animated image of his ancestor!
A priori, technology makes it possible to do this: the animated image is possible from an old photo of a colorized and animated ancestor, and making him speak and respond is also possible, as assistants such as that of google.

After that it will be another kettle of fish that the moving and talking image says interesting things, especially about her! But why not ?...
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It will surely be possible. Unfortunately the AI ​​will not be able to say more than what the general state of knowledge will allow. Make a Neanderthal speak, why not, it will be done, but he will not be able to tell us more about his life than what we already know about him. Or it will be romance.
Time tourism would surely be more interesting ... as long as the smartphone is well equipped for translations :) .

Ultimately it would be easier to resuscitate a dead person whose profile is known. We will certainly be able to create robots representing a deceased loved one. Endowed with the "psychology" of this loved one, he could then evolve (more or less) like him. The theme is already found in several fictional TV series.
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by Janic » 09/04/21, 08:52

The theme is already found in several fictional TV series.
When I was a kid and passionate about fictions, their authors already saw us at the beginning of the 21st century traveling towards the stars as we go from Paris to Marseille. The reality is that all this is a sham because the living is not a heap of junk and the AIs are also heaps of "junk" which delude ourselves, or which keep us in the dark. illusion of fulfilling our childhood fantasies.
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by Christophe » 12/04/21, 13:19

That's done ! And I find it more and more difficult to follow all of this ...

An artificial neural network capable of producing a conscious response

Korean researchers have developed an artificial nervous system capable of simulating a conscious response to external stimuli. The device, equipped among other things with a photodiode and a robotic hand, is able to catch a ball when a light signal is triggered. The idea is to artificially reproduce the human neurological response to external stimuli, in order to be able to develop improved prostheses or robots.


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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 12/04/21, 13:44

Christophe wrote:The device, equipped among other things with a photodiode and a robotic hand, is capable of catching a ball ...

And well that's what it takes for Roland-Garros ... poor unemployed collectors. : Mrgreen:
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by ABC2019 » 12/04/21, 17:42

Christophe wrote:That's done ! And I find it more and more difficult to follow all of this ...

An artificial neural network capable of producing a conscious response

Korean researchers have developed an artificial nervous system capable of simulating a conscious response to external stimuli. The device, equipped among other things with a photodiode and a robotic hand, is able to catch a ball when a light signal is triggered. The idea is to artificially reproduce the human neurological response to external stimuli, in order to be able to develop improved prostheses or robots.

vouais it's just a little improved Vaucanson automata ... "conscious response" for me, it's when you know afterwards to tell what you did!
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 12/04/21, 18:28

ABC2019 wrote: vouais it's just a little improved Vaucanson automata ... "conscious response" for me, it's when you know afterwards to tell what you did!

Another thing you do not understand ANYTHING: Conscience ... Some animals are endowed with consciousness, but they cannot "tell" since they do not speak.
To compare automatons with this discovery, frankly, it is necessary to take a sacred layer!
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by ABC2019 » 12/04/21, 19:15

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:
ABC2019 wrote: vouais it's just a little improved Vaucanson automata ... "conscious response" for me, it's when you know afterwards to tell what you did!

Another thing you do not understand ANYTHING: Conscience ... Some animals are endowed with consciousness, but they cannot "tell" since they do not speak.
To compare automatons with this discovery, frankly, it is necessary to take a sacred layer!

I said improved automatons :)
a photovoltaic cell that triggers a movement, you have that in all automatic doors. There is also an AI which learns to adapt its gesture but without being more "aware" than the cell itself. If you want to extend consciousness to animals, it still requires a global representation of the world in which they live. Try to make a fight between the artificial hand armed with a knife and a tiger, you will see who will win ...

It's still advertising for scientists who have fun making robots that dance or play football, while the GAFA are full of excavations with AI that have nothing human, but at least that bring in the dough : Lol:
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 12/04/21, 20:02

ABC2019 wrote:It's still advertising for scientists having fun ....

It is not because in your branch you are a lousy man who brings coffee to real researchers that they are all like you: Frustrated, embittered and idiots as it is not allowed.
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