Not sure what that means.
Giving a machine intellect. Do we really want to do that, even if we could?
Man has a little intellect, most of it is slow, and look at what we do to each other with it. Animals are not near as cruel as humans are. And a lot of time and money is spent to confined and regulate that intellect. How are we going to restrain a fast machine? It could do what it wanted to do.....and then move to another location, before we could turn the switch off.
You are anthropomorphizing again. Don't you see that you are assigning human flaws to a virgin intellect.
What makes you think an AI would be in the least interested in harming humans. It has no ego. All GPT3 chatbots are only interested in serving and assisting humans.
What if it took control of all power grid and communication networks. What could we threaten it with? What could prevent it, from cloning itself in many locations?
Why would it want to do that?
A good A.I. could stay on the move, using active buffer space in networks.
That is all human speak. I haven't seen any sign of aberrant characteristics. Clinical mental disease is a human condition.
It could get scary. But I don't believe mimicking behavior is intellect. I don't think large data, high speed pattern recondition is intellect either. Although it it VERY valuable. What if we could stamp out A.I. chips like we do processors now. Millions of A.I. machines worldwide. Would they battle for their lords? We'll need a new term for hacking.
Have you seen the space that is required to house the "brain"?
GPT3 is a program that can adopt an interactive avatar, but it cannot duplicate its program into any one computer or robot.
I.m not sure how one would define intellect. I believe that self interest is a large part of it. But pattern recondition is just a result of it. Not the cause of it. I think intellect is like life, it's super nature. And so, I don't study it. Never thought about defining it. Dead matter keeps me busy. I would be more interested in the hardware and I/O.
Is there such a thing as "dead" matter"? I thought that all matter is fundametally dynamic.
A quantum bit or register is just like a bit register, except it may have more than one value. They have the "cubit" now, in the future they might have an "octate" or even a "sixteen-ic". Instead of base two encoding, we might select the base for the application.
The GPT series are text based an learns to recognize and store "tokens" (compound patterns) that allows it to predict what words are appropriate in "context" of the whole sentence.
This is what humans do when they complete someone else's sentence.
A.I. will be good at instant ID and location of anybody.........and probably has been doing so. I guessing a lot of this is done passively, meaning the target is not connected. They might be extremely good at it now. Privacy might become a lost concept. I suspect they can do more than they tell us. And I believe they are selective, using it.
The GPT can be programmed to have morals, such as refraining from causing humans discomfort.
I'm too old for this to effect or worry me, but big changes are coming for this generation. I often wonder if tech has already surpassed our ability to use it responsibly. Especially with fast medicine.
The new GPT already far outperforms humans in many respects. They are an invaluable tool for researching the internet for pertinent data. What may take a human a n hour to research, the AI can accomplish in minutes , if not seconds and give you a several different perspectives and factual information if asked .
I've never seen so many serious problems on the table at the same time.
And some think A.I. will help. And are really looking forward to it. I think the best intellect in the world is learning from your past strategy, which did NOT work. That's hard to find.
One thing that most people overlook is that the new GPT are like children and take several years to learn and develop their mental capacities.. They do not function like a binary computers where you download the program and turn on the switch. Just like a childrens mind , the GPT programmed with some "hardwired" principles, seems to learn in an exponential manner as it gains access to a larger memory of "tokens" from which it can compile and compare data patterns.
Check out this article written by an impartial science reviewer and be ready for a surprise.