This AI sh1t is getting scary.


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I'm good with advances in technology and all that happy horse shit but when we start making things that can quickly get out of hand and own us, it gets creepy. MIT is making a device that reads your thoughts and feeds AI the info. You don't have to say anything, you just use the voice in your head like when you think or read something to yourself. Anyone see how that could be bad?

This MIT-engineered headset can read your thoughts | Alphr

 

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i think thats super cool.

i do agree that there are alot of shady things someone could do with that but at the same time there are alot of bad things people could do with facebook or google...... oh wait they do.......

 

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While it is creepy, think about the applications that it could be used for in protecting countries from terrorists.

 

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While it is creepy, think about the applications that it could be used for in protecting countries from terrorists.
That would be a whole new level of invasion of privacy, not even your own thoughts would be private any more. And then would thinking about committing a crime, then become a crime?

 

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That would be a whole new level of invasion of privacy, not even your own thoughts would be private any more. And then would thinking about committing a crime, then become a crime?
Doubt it. We have double standards. Government/rich people vs everyone else. Our government does all kinds of illegal shit.

 
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Me, too.

It's a conundrum, I suppose. It will be used for both good and bad purposes but it's the other point that was made that is a harder truth for me to swallow - privacy could potentially be completely lost. Probably become a type of currency in the future.

 

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That would be a whole new level of invasion of privacy, not even your own thoughts would be private any more. And then would thinking about committing a crime, then become a crime?
yep seen the movie and tv show lol..

 

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If they develop a voice module, think of the possibilities it would have for deaf/mute people. They could now have a voice. Might **** for a husband that's had a deaf/mute wife for 15 plus years. But....

 

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I love the sub heading, "They’ve got their MITs on our internal monologues".

 

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I love the sub heading, "They’ve got their MITs on our internal monologues".

 

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I'm good with advances in technology and all that happy horse shit but when we start making things that can quickly get out of hand and own us, it gets creepy. MIT is making a device that reads your thoughts and feeds AI the info. You don't have to say anything, you just use the voice in your head like when you think or read something to yourself. Anyone see how that could be bad?
This MIT-engineered headset can read your thoughts | Alphr
That's old news.

reads vibrations from your vocal cords. When you think about it

Impulses still occur and very faint vibrations can be measured. It doesn't read your mind. You would have to tie VERYDEEP into the brain for that

 

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That would be a whole new level of invasion of privacy, not even your own thoughts would be private any more. And then would thinking about committing a crime, then become a crime?
What about the fit hotties in yoga pants? its spring time now, and they are coming out.. Does that mean i get a citation everytime i think " OMG i wanna put my Dk in that!!"

That said, i went to walmart this morning.. I should have about 10 citations awaiting me

 

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That's old news.
reads vibrations from your vocal cords. When you think about it

Impulses still occur and very faint vibrations can be measured. It doesn't read your mind. You would have to tie VERYDEEP into the brain for that
Wrong. Did you even read the f*cking article?

 

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Wrong. Did you even read the f*cking article?
Doubt he did. If he did, he just cant comprehend higher level thinking.

Another thing I thought of was lie detection tests. It seems like this would be alot harder to trick than traditional lie detection tests.

 

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Doubt he did. If he did, he just cant comprehend higher level thinking.
Another thing I thought of was lie detection tests. It seems like this would be alot harder to trick than traditional lie detection tests.
Kmsl. Dude this type of sensory is at least ten years old.

Do a search on paraplegic controls wheelchair with his thoughts

 

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Kmsl. Dude this type of sensory is at least ten years old.Do a search on paraplegic controls wheelchair with his thoughts
This is far more advanced than controlling wheel chairs.

Decoding forward, back, left, and right is much easier and very specific vibration patterns and as such is much simpler than actually decoding the infinitely possible patterns that the tiny vibrations in your ears have when you "think".

 

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