Monday, January 2, 2017

What if the AI decides humans are cheaper than bots

Since the key term is artificial, then how do we know the artificial will take our jobs?   The artificial may see bio bots as a simple solution to get things done, actually cheaper than bots.

I am certainly not an expert on the artificial, but I see this path forward.  The AI reasons that on the margin is is always easier to incentivize the human a bit and he will move object A to place B. We humans have, after all, a set of arms and legs already pretty good a moving stuff around, as long is the stuff in in human manipulateable boxes.

Say, for example, the artificial decide to phone home. Well, bingo, he already has these monkey people who can toss stuff way up in the sky for an antenna

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