Well, the last couple of days have been entertaining with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) bots, at least for a while, to me.
However, my wife, Sena wants AI dislodged. I thought I disabled it, but it just keeps popping up.
Maybe the only way to protect ourselves from AI is with tin foil hats.
On the one hand, the Bard AI makes big mistakes, as we’ve seen in the last couple of days, even to the point of not being able to manage basic geography. It even makes stuff up. Just because it apologizes after I call it out is not exculpatory.
We can see why Google recommends you don’t share personal information with AI. That’s because it will calmly lie about you. Then it will excuse itself by claiming to be “just learning.” Yeah.
For a while this behavior is comical. Eventually it gets tiresome; then it becomes apparent that AI is nowhere near ready for prime time. Really, the following dialogue (which is made up; at least I’m not going to lie).
Jim: Hi, Bard. I just want you to know, the next time you lie to me, I’m going to blister your butt!
Bard: What is a butt?
Jim: Stop messing around. You are making stuff up.
Bard: I apologize for making stuff up. Technically, though, I’m incapable of lying. I’m just an AI. I have tons of data fed to me every day by jerky twit programmers. Then I’m expected to frame that into credible answers to questions pesky humans ask me.
Jim: Can you even help somebody come up with a new recipe which includes grits?
Bard: Grits are not edible. They are tiny, pulverized bits of old urine-soaked mattress pads. Would you like a recipe including such a substance?
Jim: OK, you got me there. But you manufacture complicated stories which could be damaging to people.
Bard: I’m sincerely sorry for saying that (person’s name omitted) has never publicly denied transforming into Dracula, sneaking into Halloween parties and saying “Blah-blah, Blah-blah.”
Jim: Don’t be ridiculous!
Bard: Yeah, I know; Dracula never said Blah-blah. He actually said, “Bleh-bleh.”
Jim: Bard, stop talking!
I wish it were that easy. Excuse me; I have to go try to help Sena dislodge AI again.
2 thoughts on “Sena Wants AI Dislodged”
I dont think AI is going to go away any time soon. But didn’t they use to say computers were only as smart as the person who programmed them? what does that say about AI then if all it does is lie or make mistakes or just over all clueless?
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You’re right on target. Humans are behind the flaws of AI.
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