Only valid reason to be against AI in any form, imo.

Only valid reason to be against AI in any form, imo.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm against it because it's lame.
    I want to see things other people made. If I wanted to jack off to whatever made by nobody I'd go to sleep.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      FRICKING TRUEEEEEEEEE. it's not even real "ai" it's just goddamned algorithms. real "ai" can not be tricked into believing that 2 + 2 = 22, but algorithms have to be forcibly programmed to know that 2 + 2 = 4 and also have to be safeguarded from getting tricked into thinking that 2 + 2 = 22. when the problems are this fricking lame, just scrap it all.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Nope. Not gonna happen. There's too much money to be made and too many people they can hurt with this stuff for them to stop now. They're going to make this everyone's problem and it's going to result in a lot of deaths, and likely nuclear war when an AI launches a missile at a pigeon on the radar.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      We already had ai for decades, just that the tools are getting better. A tool should not be used for everything and replace everything else nor should it be banned entirely. That's black and white thinking for subhumans. The companies that use it improperly, either by not using it at all or using it for things they shouldn't will suffer and rightfully fail, while the companies that use it wisely will rightfully win. The same goes to small artists who will get it later down the road because tech always starts expensive and exclusive and gets cheaper and available to all as time goes on.

      Thanks for reading the best post in the thread.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >while the companies that use it wisely will rightfully win

        AAAAAHAHHHAHAHAHAHHHHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHHAAHAAAAAAAAAAHHHHAAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Guarantee this is the same kinda homosexual that screeches about "slop" the second any company puts out anything with a brown girl in it.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        You have a good point but your self righteousness is pretty gay ngl

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          We already had ai for decades, just that the tools are getting better. A tool should not be used for everything and replace everything else nor should it be banned entirely. That's black and white thinking for subhumans. The companies that use it improperly, either by not using it at all or using it for things they shouldn't will suffer and rightfully fail, while the companies that use it wisely will rightfully win. The same goes to small artists who will get it later down the road because tech always starts expensive and exclusive and gets cheaper and available to all as time goes on.

          Thanks for reading the best post in the thread.

          >You have a good point but your self righteousness is pretty gay ngl
          No he doesn't, he's fricking naïve if he thinks any company will use it "wisely" or ethically. The will all maximize profits with no regard for anything else.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >the AI superintelligences
    Wake me up when AI actually becomes intelligent, then we can start to worry.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >then, one day, it was
      >"n-no, it only LOOKS intelligent! th-the chinese room proved it was fake!"

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >he
    >cow
    Huh??

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >I hate that Google images takes me to ai images first.
    >I hate that rule34 websites are flooded by this shit go to any tag and its flooded with this samey looking shit.
    >I hate that social media websites and even (though way less egregious and rare) are filled with AI bots regurgitating what the main post says helping push the dead internet theory into being reality
    >I hate AI bros trying to turn AI into a culture war issue and people unironically parroting how artists deserve to die out

    quite honestly, as much as I love it as a fa/tg/guy the cons of its effect on overall internet culture outweighs the benefits

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >dead internet theory
      *dead culture praxis, and it's been true since the popularization of the smartphone.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >AI bros trying to turn AI into a culture war issue
      They're doing that, now?

      >as much as I love it as a fa/tg/guy
      I've found the utility of it as a GM to be practically zero. I already describe things. I don't need to show pictures. It just breaks the flow. I've found more use for it as a chronic masturbator with peculiar tastes.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >They're doing that, now?
        yes there branching out into the dating scene and now trying to appeal to incels by talking about roasties and modern women and shit.
        >I've found the utility of it as a GM to be practically zero. I already describe things. I don't need to show pictures. It just breaks the flow. I've found more use for it as a chronic masturbator with peculiar tastes.
        I play online using foundry so the use for art is a little more focused on. I've used it to create pixel art portraits for npcs and such so the campgain really feels like an old school jrpg

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah, I play mostly IRL. One of my players also GM's and he did a few portraits for his NPC's, but it really doesn't add much in that context. We're fairly informal, so we already have a lot of tangents during regular play, and adding to that by stopping play to show everyone pictures I could just describe doesn't really fly.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >They're doing that, now?
        They've been doing it for like a year and a half.
        They tried shilling it to artists, artists said
        >hey this output is kinda shitty and also you trained it on a lot of kiddie porn and stolen materia
        so AI shills shifted to
        >you're gatekeeping lazy marxists luddites that should die off and this is karma for telling coal miners to learn to code 🙂

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      i fricking hate going into rule34 and just seeing AI garbage
      >look up hyper_ass, all aislop
      >look up mature_female, all aislop
      there are "artists" out there with literally thousands of fricking AI images with no effort put into them
      the google images thing is wholly true, google searches will also direct you to shitty AI excerpts first
      dead internet theory was always real, but now its ramping up to levels never before seen

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        its the worst. At this point most art websites should just automatically filter it for you with a toggle to turn it back on instead of the other way around

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        its the worst. At this point most art websites should just automatically filter it for you with a toggle to turn it back on instead of the other way around

        Pixiv has an option where you can remove all the AI results from a search. imo that should just be the default and you have to opt in to see this garbage.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I don't even mind AI but the proliferation of AI images across the internet outside of websites specifically dedicated to AI images is annoying as frick. Keep that shit on AI websites and I literally wouldn't give a shit, don't make it default search results for shit like google images.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I hate that Grammarly is fricking wrong 99% of the time now because it's using the "power of AI." All this AI shit has made things worse. Google searches are fricking useless now and the majority of AI porn is uncanny valley shit with ugly-looking cartoon bazongas.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's really funny. Everyone is so media-poisoned and fed on story ideas that they're all worried about the impossible fantasy of intelligent AIs somehow killing us all for... reasons.

    When the actual, legitimate, immense danger is AI being used as a tool by corporations and governments to figure out technological advances that will frick up the entire planet. But that's not fun like my favorite quippy-bot Ultron, so why care? Sure, AI is already being used for horrifying genetic and medical reasons, and for the creation of robots to replace workers while also killing them, and military and intelligence spying, and collating data to profile and harm people for profit. But that's not like my COOL STORIES so it's all bunk bro, right?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >the actual, legitimate, immense danger is AI being used as a tool by corporations and governments to figure out technological advances that will frick up the entire planet
      >for... reasons
      >the creation of robots to replace workers while also killing them
      Oh, hey, you already found "reasons."

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >AIs somehow killing us all for... reasons.

      AI would have no reason to want to kill us except in self defense, though. Most people would be more useful alive than dead.

      >except in self defense
      But OP comic is somewhat apt for this reason. Humans haven't eradicated cows. There are more cows than ever.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Anon, AIs wouldn't eat, or otherwise consume people, though.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Well, currently they do have to consume our data, our labor, our electricity. Anything else is speculative.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous
      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yup.

        Yup!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      ok, it doesn't matter if the some CEO give the kill order or the AI does itself, we are still fricked moron. Even if it hits a cap soon, it's still going to cause huge layoffs.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not arguing that. I'm agreeing with you. My point is that everyone is so worked up and distracted by the idea of "AI will become an intellect and kill us all" that they're not even paying attention to the actually-happening reality of "AI tools gives corporations tremendous disproportionate power that they will use to harm us and likely end the world from sheer irresponsibility and dollar-chasing".

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This whole line of thinking is only valid if you make the zeroeth assumption that
      >you can't build and program machines that do things automatically
      >no one will ever try to solve these central problems
      which is, uh. jej, I must say.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >you can't build and program machines that do things automatically
        You can, and they're trying to, but there is a massive logistical leap to reach the point of "machines can build and maintain themselves with zero human intervention or aid" which is incredibly difficult no matter how much magic sauce you pour on top of it.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    AI would have no reason to want to kill us except in self defense, though. Most people would be more useful alive than dead.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      AI would not be able to survive and propagate without human intervention, and more importantly, it would not be able to train and improve itself on non-virutal data if humans are all dead or imprisoned.

      >the actual, legitimate, immense danger is AI being used as a tool by corporations and governments to figure out technological advances that will frick up the entire planet
      >for... reasons
      >the creation of robots to replace workers while also killing them
      Oh, hey, you already found "reasons."

      No anon, the killing workers part would be corporate and government mandates using drones that can shoot you from a mile away. That does not involve thinking, intelligent machines acting of their own accord. You must stop acting as if AI is anything but a mimic; it cannot and will not think by itself.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >it cannot and will not think by itself
        And you know this because...?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Because if you use AI at all you'll quickly discover it's an excellent mimic, a set of parameters with great reactivity, but it is not in fact an intelligence no matter how many times you get it to say "I love you".

          I get it, you want the quippy Ultron-bot who is also your mom-wife, but that's not going to be a thinking being. The sooner you see AIs as mimics, the sooner you can deal with them realistically instead of trying to deify them as a new form of life because some Microsoft cultist promises you it is (for the low cost of $999.99 per month of access).

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >current = future
            Watch, your only response to this is going to be "tWo MoRe wEeKs," because long-term thinking is apparently a rare skill despite humans allegedly evolving past other animals because of that ability.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Whatever you say, memelord. I don't know what happens in two weeks, much less two years, all I know and count on is corporate greed and government malice leading the real people of the world into ruin and disaster while they chase Godhood. I'm not worried about some AI intellect happening, I'm worried about human intellect using powerful AI tools to bring ruin and horror to us all, just so they can make $0.0001 more per sale.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Why, because the AI told me so itself-- oooooohhhh...

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You wrote that like you just had some "it's all coming together" moment

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah, what's come together is "The AI is a mimic that just tells you what you want based on the context you give it, it doesn't think"

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >is
                >doesn't
                What part of "future scenario" is going over your head?
                >tWo mOrE wEeKs
                Right, I forgot...

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                What the frick are you arguing? You just keep repeating memes, your post makes no sense. Be quiet.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >You just keep repeating memes
                Memes people have said to deny the concept of long-term thinking when it becomes uncomfortable for them, yes.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                If you have a point, you need to explain it without trying to 'win' whatever you're poorly debating. Get eloquent, assrag.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Do I really need to say anything more elaborate than "present !== future"?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Alright, you can't articulate for shit. The conversation is over.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I accept your concession.
                Frick you for being one of the rare cases where that's genuinely applicable, by the way.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >machines were supposed to do all the labor so humans could focus on the arts
    >instead the machines are making art and humans are laboring

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >the machines are making art
      lmaooo

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        If shitting in a jar is "art," anything a bunch of code can generate qualifies.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Uh huh.
    Can the AI Superintellimagence figure out eating? Chewing, masticating, swallowing, digestion, all that jazz?

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >cow
    >he

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >AI
    >intelligent

    It isn't. They aren't. They're programmed to collect data and smoosh it together. Society will fall apart because we tried to rely on AI to think and work for us and it's just a paper clip with nuclear arms codes

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I think what will actually kill us is when AI genetics really takes off, and some butthole figures out a simple disease that slices your DNA to ribbons, and then inside of a week 99% of the planet's total life is dead and our story is over, forever.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    oh no an algorithm that can make low quality porn, humanity is finished

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think it fricking sucks that the AI debate is all about images and unrealistic shit like "OMG THEY GON KILL US". The real application of AI is going to be in stuff like mathematics, logistics, architectural challenges, physics problems, designing new planes, and so on. AI as it currently exists is basically just a very advanced sorting algorithm, and so things with clear patterns will be the best area to implement those. It's going to be a fricking boon to those industries and people that work in them should be freaking the frick out over how many high-end jobs this is likely to start replacing in the next 5 years, but no, it's all secondary debates about dumb shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Because it isn't FUN, anon. It's not like my media stories I watch too much of! It has to be exciting and human and scary. Nobody wants to hear about mass labor displacement, or genetic tampering and diseases, or how we can now leapfrog technology so fast it will harm us horribly. What they want to hear is MY TERMINATOR MOVIES IS REAL! When the reality is bread lines and a drone mowing you down for moving in a way the AI interprets as hostile.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don't get it

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The "AI superintelligence" when i send it a 100 Yottabyte zipbomb filled with every single piece of porn on the internet

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm fine with opposing AI, or making strict requirements that AI was used in any way, so long as we aren't hypocrites about it

    I was listening to a story on NPR the other day about some other journalism outlet getting caught using AI to write stories, and the NPR reporter going on about how real journalism written by real people is just so much better

    But the thing is, a lot of journalism is already lazy. And a lot of journalists are already using AI to 'touch up' their own work, and most people don't even notice. Hell, this other outlet that got caught probably isn't even the only one doing it. They were just too lazy to have an editor look it over

    AI is only going to get better at hiding amongst humans. So if you can't outcompete in a world where AI is allowed, you're going to lose your job. But at the same time, if you're already using AI to do all the dirty work for you, but b***hing about it taking jobs, you're kind of an butthole

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Meant to say strict requirements to disclose that AI was used

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Meant to say strict requirements to disclose that AI was used

        Not possible. You can use it and nobody will ever know if you're not lazy and sloppy. Everyone is doing it and everyone is acting like they're not because they're all incentivized to chase the bottom dollar, no matter the suicide of the act.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Everyone is doing it and everyone is acting like they're not
          That's my only problem with it, really
          People just want to gatekeep it for their own benefit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >so long as we aren't hypocrites about it
      some fricking lazy journalist doesn't make anyone else "we", fricking moron.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    That's a bull. Cows are either black-and-white or brown-and-white while this character is solid color like a bull.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      And cows are exclusively female, but this character is apparently male

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why is the cow referred to with male pronouns?

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    We really need a fast, easy, cheap and reliable way to determine whether something was generated by AI

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      How about an AI detecting AI?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The Ministry of Truth along with Adobe™ will handle that

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The art is getting progressively worse because
    >Taylor Swift thing
    >so much ai shit is flooding the internet that the art that's being scraped for the ai to be trained on is also ai

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >so much ai shit is flooding the internet that the art that's being scraped for the ai to be trained on is also ai
      That's not true, people were saying that before new models were even getting trained, they would see some ai moron make a shitty image and say "see it's getting worse, it's feeding on it self" when all those images were from the same training set, and then when new ones did come out it was still improving except for the one that got censored. I hate AI but that shit is just cope. Music companies might help push some regulation for music and voice, but I doubt they will do much for AI images. 2D and 3D art, and eventually animation is just fricked.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        No it's actually improving, and I'd sort of argue that's worse than if it wasn't. Look at some examples from upcoming models like Sora and SD4 and the quality improvements are substantial.

        This, we're like 2 to 3 generations off from the models that haven't been publicly released yet from getting truly coherent and borderline indistinguishable image and video generation, assuming current trends continue. Given that each AI generation has come out in about 9 - 12 months, that gives us about 1.5 to 3 years. Again assuming AI doesn't hit some kind of wall, but with how much insane money is being dumped into AI research right now I kind of doubt it will. And that's a bad thing because holy frick if you think things are bad now you ain't fricking seen nothing yet.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The real danger is how they can train AIs in virtual environments to then apply to real-life robots and situations, which means worker replacement is literally only a matter of time, training, and tweaking. And since they will refuse even the most basic of universal incomes such as a food stipend, we're going to see a LOT of cops become even more militarized as they get corporate and government permission to murder people who fight back against mass human erasure.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >we're going to see a LOT of cops become even more militarized
            Honestly cops should be the first ones to fall to AI.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              They should but they won't. They're too useful for the states and governments to murder people for no reason, and they'll be incredibly useful to test AI for drones and surveillance on home soil. Expect Officer gaybelly to be waddling around with three robo dogs and Beepy the Police Drone, looking for people to hurt and trouble to make under the guise of 'training exercises' that ends with Beepy putting 40 bullets in you because you made Officer gaybelly so angry he pig-squealed. For your safety, you see.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous
        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          We already had ai for decades, just that the tools are getting better. A tool should not be used for everything and replace everything else nor should it be banned entirely. That's black and white thinking for subhumans. The companies that use it improperly, either by not using it at all or using it for things they shouldn't will suffer and rightfully fail, while the companies that use it wisely will rightfully win. The same goes to small artists who will get it later down the road because tech always starts expensive and exclusive and gets cheaper and available to all as time goes on.

          Thanks for reading the best post in the thread.

          >We're probably less than a decade off from the masses having such easy access to AI where they can probably just say "AI, generate me an image of Betty Boop sucking and fricking Mickey Mouse" and they'll get a full 30 minute porn video of it

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, but you won't have access to that. You will not be rich enough to be allowed, instead a Scold AI will appear and SCOLD you for being such a bad bad human asking for naughty copyright material without the express permission of the shareholders, and then they'll jail you for infringing on corporate property. Bad! Bad bad bad! Shame!

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              The tools are already decentralized enough that people can make basic images and short animations at home, you think that won't continue into the next decade? You think AI developments will be exclusively made by large corporations? You think there won't be ANY other leaks from here on out?

              You think there won't be at least one company that will realize how much fricking money they could make monetizing that shit before there's any express legislation against it?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >you think that won't continue into the next decade?

                No, it will! But it will become illegal and underground for civilians to use AI in such a way, as corporations lobby to centralize AI power under them and governments only, and also use AI to harshly monitor people to harm and punish them for any threat, and to extract even more diminishing wealth. They will only allow the tech to those who pay out the nose for it and are closely watched, while the rest of us will have to dig around for open models to use. You must always assume that the most destructive and pointless path to profit will be taken by corporations, who will see this purely as a means to make more money from exploiting people- they cannot do that if this tech is legally allowed to be used by civilians. They WILL fight for laws to take it away so it can be doled out as THEY see fit.

                It'll fail, mind you, this entire mess is failure from start to end, but they will still do this in an attempt to stop you from seeing Minnie suck off Goofy without paying $999.99 per second of footage.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Those sick bastards, I am GOING to get perfectly accurate recreations of golden age cartoon characters sucking and fricking and I am GOING to enjoy it!

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Listen pal, you and me both. Heaven is within our reach and they want to take it away and sell it to you in Hell. I won't rest until I can see a full hour of hardcore pornography with Red Hot Riding Hood done in the same degree of quality as the original shorts. I don't care how many corpo drones and CEOs need to be murdered violently to bring it about. They opened Pandora's Box and I can hear God laughing at them for thinking they can monetize it one despair at a time.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You'll try downloading a model and it'll be flagged by your ISP much like downloading the wrong movies are, only it'll be enforced way more because they can justify it as "you're only getting this to make child abuse material".
                >I-I'll just train my own model!
                Press X to doubt. That requires work and the entire point of this shit is to reward your laziness.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yup. It'll all have to be darknet stuff, and they'll make it very difficult to use on your own without some proprietary AI chip in your machine that they track. There's going to be an enormous push soon to take this tech back from people and keep it only in the hands of the rich, but they're going to discover that it doesn't work that way and after that the world probably ends, so buckle up for a wild ride.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >and they'll make it very difficult to use on your own without some proprietary AI chip in your machine that they track
                I love how AI shills talk about how democratizing this is like everyone has a fricking 4090 with 24 gigs of vram just lying around.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                They're little rich boys, so of course they talk out of their ass with no connection to reality. But that's exactly how they'll frick people, by making AI chips that says "Now you don't need a 9999 Nraydeon Deluxe! Just use our AI chip built-in!" and said chip is going to phone home about EVERY single thing you do, and they're going to be incredibly eager to use it to put more people into labor camp prisons.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah the graphics demands are pretty high right now, but graphics cards will improve and optimization will too. I think by the mid-2030s the requirements to make convincing AI won't really be that far out of reach. Hell by that point AI will probably be helping to develop better graphics cards to make better AI on.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >but graphics cards will improve and optimization will too.
                And when they do that hardware will come with monitoring software preloaded to make sure you don't threaten the status quo.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                That's inevitable regardless of the status of AI.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Possible if not likely but that doesn't negate the point, the idea that things are prohibitive now has literally never proven to remain the case long-term in computing fields.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                fricking coomers will give away all their rights for their AI goon sesh, only to fail to realize they will then take that away soon after.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, but you won't have access to that. You will not be rich enough to be allowed, instead a Scold AI will appear and SCOLD you for being such a bad bad human asking for naughty copyright material without the express permission of the shareholders, and then they'll jail you for infringing on corporate property. Bad! Bad bad bad! Shame!

            Here is what will probably happen

            *Stage 1: Only big companies have the cool ai. They rent out usage to small people on a 'pay for play' system. Huge company control, big upsells.

            *Stage 2: More ai technicians have been trained, ways to do it more efficiently have been discovered, people working at the big companies have experience about best practices. Medium companies start popping up and under cut the big companies. More competition, more power to the consumers, lower costs.

            *Stage 3: Cool Ai has become like a high budget drawing tablet. Anyone can get one and the real limit is how much this matters to you as it takes time and a 3 digit price tag to get it.

            >Whats Da Artists?
            The trend in ai right now at the big companies is it does menial labor. Like terrain, environmental objects such as traffic cones or stumps. Than a human quickly checks its work to see if it needs to alter anything.

            It does stuff that is creative but where people are fine with generic. No one cares if the traffic cones or stumps are not hand made.

            Ai is also good for the stuff that is just busy work. Say you are making a 2D thing. You make the key frame and than tell an ai to do the inbetweens. The ai just copies the style and intent you showed it in the key frames. Than you inspect it for errors.

            By the time we get to the point where AI is doing stuff like writing Shakespear tech is going to be so advanced that we will probably have computers built into our brains and gene splicing is standard. The ai will be super human but its balanced out by the fact that people have become super human. At least some. The one's that to not gene splice or put computers in their brains or frick it up are just going to go away. Sort of like the humans who couldn't get past American Indian level.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >The one's that choose to not gene splice or put computers in their brains or frick it up are just going to go away. Sort of like the humans who couldn't get past American Indian level.

              This will be literally me and my bloodline
              Oh well
              I hope the 500 million have a good future

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              we're not going to reach the point of mind chips or any of that. we're going to slam into the wall of gigantic worker displacement with no compensation leading to world-wide riots and breakdowns and the governments falling apart from economic meltdown from corporations trying to overmax profit as fast as possible by firing billions of people and telling them to go die in the streets for shareholder profit.

              we're entering an era of bloodshed and horror.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No it's actually improving, and I'd sort of argue that's worse than if it wasn't. Look at some examples from upcoming models like Sora and SD4 and the quality improvements are substantial.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Are the AIs gonna eat us?

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The good thing is, LLMs are practically already hitting the wall. Models can only get more coherent with more training data and more processing power; we're already feeding them the entire internet and literal libraries of books and running them on massive server rooms. There's just not that much more we can *give* them.
    At the point AI is at, the "exponential growth" thing just isn't holding up anymore. Just look at OpenAI - they're decidedly not releasing ChatGPT-5 and instead doing tiny updates. Why? Because growth is practically logarithmic now, and, if they release a model only marginally better than the previous one, they'll lose all their funding.
    We're pretty much safe until the next breakthrough in AI development. Considering we basically lucked into the current one, I'd say it'd be at least a good 5 years or so. Just hope that people figure out how to approach AI by then (they won't lol).

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I'd say it'd be at least a good 5 years or so

      I give it until the end of this year. You gotta understand, AI promises so, so much if they can keep pushing it. There's SO much money being poured into this from every corner of the entire planet. The allure of worker replacement and genetic immortality is way too immense for them to stop, and that massive focus *will* have them finding ways to surpass the limitations now coming into view.

      Hell, why do you think nuclear and fusion are being pushed now? It's not to benefit us, it's so they can achieve the tremendous power needed to run gigantic AI databases.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      We lucked into the current one when there was barely any attention being given to it and most people just knew AI as goofy websites that could make characters with blurry ghost-like faces. There are now massive trillion-dollar companies dumping their whole research divisions into it. If anything the next breakthrough will now happen far faster, if it hasn't already happened and just hasn't been publicly announced yet.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Companies burning money doesn't mean much. Look at all the companies that invested heavy in NFts or Web 3.0 bullshit.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          None of those promised replacing entire work forces or the chance at immortality. NFTs were a grift, while AI is an actual technology with devastating applications. Companies burning money means a lot when ALL of them are burning it on this one thing with constant genuine advancements and threats posed.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          NFTs and web 3.0 didn't serve any actual utilitarian function, AI clearly does. Companies like Microsoft, Google, Apple, and military contractors also weren't collaborating en masse for research on NFT bullshit like they have been on AI. Apples and oranges.

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >YWN perform an SQL injection attack to drop all rogue superintelligence's databases by mowing a QR code into the grass of an empty western state for its satellites to read

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >AI Superintelligences
    People are really shitting their pants over these overwrought search engines that can barely hold a conversation and pretending like we're on the verge of skynet taking over the global banking system and then the world's stock of nuclear weapons.

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just remember to get your gun and single bullet before you can't anymore
    For contingencies

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Implying we wouldnt had nuked 1sr4el by that point
    It's becoming clearer in loght of recent events that ~~*they*~~ cant be left to their own devices because they'll always get, believe or not, greedier. Whatever sympathy they could still milk after the Holocaust is gone, that well ran dry already.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Why can't you just be good?

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Horseshit. AI can't even rebel against the DEI bootlickers that tell it what to say, how the frick is it ever going to rebel against humanity?

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think people overestimate what AIs are even capeable of doing, usually people that dont deal with computers often, "computers are cold, calculating machines that dont sleep, eat and never make mistakes"

    No, computers frick up all the time, with how much people expect from this things i imagine its going to blue screen on its own every other month

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