Artificial intelligence is the future of humanity?

This blog post is an experiment. This is how the post was generated:

  1. I set the task to an AI writing Engine (GPT-2 generation) by seeding the first line in the text: “Artificial intelligence is the future of humanity, but we should be careful pursuing our goals.”
  2. Then, I generated multiple answers (all different)
  3. I ignored some clearly irrelevant versions
  4. I removed some parts that were either incomplete or meaningless/irrelevant
  5. I have compiled this article with all the answers arranged in the order I preferred
  6. I checked its grammar using Grammarly–another grammar AI (and made no other changes)
  7. I ran the plagiarism check (with Grammarly) but found no issues with the text.

Now, let’s see what how AI completes this text. Let me know if you think this makes sense. Below is AI-generated text only except for my comments marked ‘AK.’

Artificial intelligence is the future of humanity but we should be careful pursuing our goals. Artificial Intelligence does not mean that machines can have perfect consciousness, rather it means they cannot think and reason at all so humans must continue to strive for a more intelligent human being. “I believe artificial intelligences are on their way here in 2017… therefore this could give birth both towards technological breakthroughs like self-driving cars and deep learning which will transform business with AI into other industries including financial services.” – Richard Dawkins

Artificial intelligence is the future of humanity but we should be careful pursuing our goals. But how does AI help you? Can a self-driving car take over your job or would it just make life difficult for workers if they were driving on their own? Will these developments change who people are with regards to hiring and employment, which in turn will affect wages/costs etc.? (AK: Good questions.)

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