Stop the vague artificial intelligence talk!
A technology that doesn’t get used by people dies.
A lot of people talk a lot of vague ideas about artificial intelligence technologies and neurotechnologies such as directly hooking up the living human brain to the Internet, but who will install electrical chips and wires and batteries in their brains to receive electronic information directly into their brains? Probably no one.
Maybe, just maybe, in the distant future, several decades from now, when humans biotechnologically become immortal, and humans massively expand into outer space, and installing chips or some devides in the human brain makes a perfect sense for some reason unforseen yet—such as hooking into a realistic virtual reality world during a long trip in an interplanetary, interstellar, or intergalactic spaceship for entertainment—humans might do it for the entertainment, but that’s a long road ahead even at the earliest. We don’t even have a complete science on the human brain yet.
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I’m convinced that most artificial intelligence ideas will not pan out; only a few artificial intelligence ideas will be the survivors that get used by a mass of people on a daily basis.
For a technology to be successful, it must be human-centric.
The future technologies that enable humans to do more and better of humanly things will be adopted and used.
I’m sure that the surviving and prospering artificial intelligence and robotics technologies will be the ones that people cannot live their daily lives without.
Human beings are very choosey; humans never choose what doesn’t benefit them. So the real, not fantasy, artificial intelligence technology talk must be centered on benefiting humans in the real world, not a fantasy world.
How can artificial intelligence benefit humans? A technology that enables humans to be more social, economic, sexual, political, competitive, collaborative, creative, and procreative benefits humans.
Developing and marketing artificial intelligence must completely focus on enabling humans to be more social, economic, sexual, political, competitive, collaborative, creative, and procreative.
The only artificial intelligence technologies that will survive and even prosper are the ones that will benefit humans immensely, and enable humans to do more of what humans want to do.
Focus on the human beings; more precisely, focus on benefiting human beings in artificial intelligence technology development and marketing. A great technology is a technology that benefits humans greatly. There’s no room for a technology that doesn’t benefit people.
The number-one thing I focus on is benefiting people when I develop and market my own technologies.
The only thing that works in the human world is benefiting humans, so focus on benefiting humans in developing and marketing artificial intelligence and every other technology.
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