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This AI is practically Good at Everything!
Amazing progress in the development of this AI. Some might say it displays the shadow of what's to come. Like it or not, it's coming...

Posted August 11, 2020, 15:50:00 PM
Last Edit: August 12, 2020, 13:03:30 PM by Art
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Offline Data
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Enjoyed that  thumbsup

I agree with you Art - Like it or not, it's coming.

The 21st century is going to be an extremely hi-tech time to live, I just hope we don't destroy ourselves in the process.

Hey! maybe AI like this will help us solve some of our problems. 
Posted August 12, 2020, 06:26:51 AM Logged

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Yeah, by ridding the Earth of all humans!!  lol
Posted August 12, 2020, 13:04:22 PM Logged

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Yeah, by ridding the Earth of all humans!!  lol

All problems solved  thumbsup  lol
Posted August 12, 2020, 22:50:35 PM Logged

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AI as a tool is really good. I'm still amazed at Shazam and that's been about for ages.
Being able to access this level of AI sounds expensive but if the likes of Google start using it, it will become standard.
I wonder how much hardware it takes. And let's hope the makers build a big stop button that can't be rewired. Huh??
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