Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? 

This blog post is an experiment.

I continued to interview the AI writing Engine (GPT-2 generation). This time I asked the following question and followed the same rules I defined in my prior post:

Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? 

Now, let’s see what kind of answers we received.

Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? Or will it be merely a distraction, causing human suffering?

How do we protect our species from its most dangerous and alien enemies, the monsters it created in our dreams?

The rise of AI is a great tragedy and should be seen as an existential threat to humanity. If we believe this, then the whole argument for “cyborgs” in robots’ arms – which are intended primarily because they look robotic but act humanlike – will never go away. No matter how much people try their best not [to] get killed by cars (or other machines) using advanced technology… there’s always someone who’ll take out those stupid little brains instead! So just imagine what would happen if humans were taken care back when it comes down that all living things must have some form o machinery created from them before death actually hit.

Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? Or will it help define human values in the future? The answers to these questions are open for debate but one thing is clear: AI and computer technology seems to be a force that promises more than just improvement of our lives. This concept would appear to apply most universally if you applied this definition to politics, science fiction stories (if there were any left) as well your own worldview. But what about things like art? And literature, etc.… 

Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? I’m not sure what people mean by that, but it’s definitely something to keep in mind for the future of AI. If they can figure out some way around our own natural tendencies – like we tend towards greater selfishness and higher levels [of] more love/hate behavior over longer periods — maybe there’ll be new ways beyond just being able [to] see things better through their eyes; another reason why a machine could eventually surpass humans as one human is because computers are smarter than any other person on earth … right?

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