The incredible inventions of intuitive AI | Maurice Conti

The incredible inventions of intuitive AI | Maurice Conti

Translator: Leslie Gauthier
Reviewer: Camille Martínez How many of you are creatives, designers, engineers,
entrepreneurs, artists, or maybe you just have
a really big imagination? Show of hands? (Cheers) That’s most of you. I have some news for us creatives. Over the course of the next 20 years, more will change around
the way we do our work than has happened in the last 2,000. In fact, I think we’re at the dawn
of a new age in human history. Now, there have been four major historical
eras defined by the way we work. The Hunter-Gatherer Age
lasted several million years. And then the Agricultural Age
lasted several thousand years. The Industrial Age lasted
a couple of centuries. And now the Information Age
has lasted just a few decades. And now today, we’re on the cusp
of our next great era as a species. Welcome to the Augmented Age. In this new era, your natural human
capabilities are going to be augmented by computational systems
that help you think, robotic systems that help you make, and a digital nervous system that connects you to the world
far beyond your natural senses. Let’s start with cognitive augmentation. How many of you are augmented cyborgs? (Laughter) I would actually argue
that we’re already augmented. Imagine you’re at a party, and somebody asks you a question
that you don’t know the answer to. If you have one of these,
in a few seconds, you can know the answer. But this is just a primitive beginning. Even Siri is just a passive tool. In fact, for the last
three-and-a-half million years, the tools that we’ve had
have been completely passive. They do exactly what we tell them
and nothing more. Our very first tool only cut
where we struck it. The chisel only carves
where the artist points it. And even our most advanced tools
do nothing without our explicit direction. In fact, to date, and this
is something that frustrates me, we’ve always been limited by this need to manually
push our wills into our tools — like, manual,
literally using our hands, even with computers. But I’m more like Scotty in “Star Trek.” (Laughter) I want to have a conversation
with a computer. I want to say, “Computer,
let’s design a car,” and the computer shows me a car. And I say, “No, more fast-looking,
and less German,” and bang, the computer shows me an option. (Laughter) That conversation might be
a little ways off, probably less than many of us think, but right now, we’re working on it. Tools are making this leap
from being passive to being generative. Generative design tools
use a computer and algorithms to synthesize geometry to come up with new designs
all by themselves. All it needs are your goals
and your constraints. I’ll give you an example. In the case of this aerial drone chassis, all you would need to do
is tell it something like, it has four propellers, you want it to be
as lightweight as possible, and you need it to be
aerodynamically efficient. Then what the computer does
is it explores the entire solution space: every single possibility that solves
and meets your criteria — millions of them. It takes big computers to do this. But it comes back to us with designs that we, by ourselves,
never could’ve imagined. And the computer’s coming up
with this stuff all by itself — no one ever drew anything, and it started completely from scratch. And by the way, it’s no accident that the drone body looks just like
the pelvis of a flying squirrel. (Laughter) It’s because the algorithms
are designed to work the same way evolution does. What’s exciting is we’re starting
to see this technology out in the real world. We’ve been working with Airbus
for a couple of years on this concept plane for the future. It’s a ways out still. But just recently we used
a generative-design AI to come up with this. This is a 3D-printed cabin partition
that’s been designed by a computer. It’s stronger than the original
yet half the weight, and it will be flying
in the Airbus A320 later this year. So computers can now generate; they can come up with their own solutions
to our well-defined problems. But they’re not intuitive. They still have to start from scratch
every single time, and that’s because they never learn. Unlike Maggie. (Laughter) Maggie’s actually smarter
than our most advanced design tools. What do I mean by that? If her owner picks up that leash, Maggie knows with a fair
degree of certainty it’s time to go for a walk. And how did she learn? Well, every time the owner picked up
the leash, they went for a walk. And Maggie did three things: she had to pay attention, she had to remember what happened and she had to retain and create
a pattern in her mind. Interestingly, that’s exactly what computer scientists
have been trying to get AIs to do for the last 60 or so years. Back in 1952, they built this computer
that could play Tic-Tac-Toe. Big deal. Then 45 years later, in 1997, Deep Blue beats Kasparov at chess. 2011, Watson beats these two
humans at Jeopardy, which is much harder for a computer
to play than chess is. In fact, rather than working
from predefined recipes, Watson had to use reasoning
to overcome his human opponents. And then a couple of weeks ago, DeepMind’s AlphaGo beats
the world’s best human at Go, which is the most difficult
game that we have. In fact, in Go, there are more
possible moves than there are atoms in the universe. So in order to win, what AlphaGo had to do
was develop intuition. And in fact, at some points,
AlphaGo’s programmers didn’t understand why AlphaGo was doing what it was doing. And things are moving really fast. I mean, consider —
in the space of a human lifetime, computers have gone from a child’s game to what’s recognized as the pinnacle
of strategic thought. What’s basically happening is computers are going
from being like Spock to being a lot more like Kirk. (Laughter) Right? From pure logic to intuition. Would you cross this bridge? Most of you are saying, “Oh, hell no!” (Laughter) And you arrived at that decision
in a split second. You just sort of knew
that bridge was unsafe. And that’s exactly the kind of intuition that our deep-learning systems
are starting to develop right now. Very soon, you’ll literally be able to show something you’ve made,
you’ve designed, to a computer, and it will look at it and say, “Sorry, homie, that’ll never work.
You have to try again.” Or you could ask it if people
are going to like your next song, or your next flavor of ice cream. Or, much more importantly, you could work with a computer
to solve a problem that we’ve never faced before. For instance, climate change. We’re not doing a very
good job on our own, we could certainly use
all the help we can get. That’s what I’m talking about, technology amplifying
our cognitive abilities so we can imagine and design things
that were simply out of our reach as plain old un-augmented humans. So what about making
all of this crazy new stuff that we’re going to invent and design? I think the era of human augmentation
is as much about the physical world as it is about the virtual,
intellectual realm. How will technology augment us? In the physical world, robotic systems. OK, there’s certainly a fear that robots are going to take
jobs away from humans, and that is true in certain sectors. But I’m much more interested in this idea that humans and robots working together
are going to augment each other, and start to inhabit a new space. This is our applied research lab
in San Francisco, where one of our areas of focus
is advanced robotics, specifically, human-robot collaboration. And this is Bishop, one of our robots. As an experiment, we set it up to help a person working in construction
doing repetitive tasks — tasks like cutting out holes for outlets
or light switches in drywall. (Laughter) So, Bishop’s human partner
can tell what to do in plain English and with simple gestures, kind of like talking to a dog, and then Bishop executes
on those instructions with perfect precision. We’re using the human
for what the human is good at: awareness, perception and decision making. And we’re using the robot
for what it’s good at: precision and repetitiveness. Here’s another cool project
that Bishop worked on. The goal of this project,
which we called the HIVE, was to prototype the experience
of humans, computers and robots all working together to solve
a highly complex design problem. The humans acted as labor. They cruised around the construction site,
they manipulated the bamboo — which, by the way,
because it’s a non-isomorphic material, is super hard for robots to deal with. But then the robots
did this fiber winding, which was almost impossible
for a human to do. And then we had an AI
that was controlling everything. It was telling the humans what to do,
telling the robots what to do and keeping track of thousands
of individual components. What’s interesting is, building this pavilion
was simply not possible without human, robot and AI
augmenting each other. OK, I’ll share one more project.
This one’s a little bit crazy. We’re working with Amsterdam-based artist
Joris Laarman and his team at MX3D to generatively design
and robotically print the world’s first autonomously
manufactured bridge. So, Joris and an AI are designing
this thing right now, as we speak, in Amsterdam. And when they’re done,
we’re going to hit “Go,” and robots will start 3D printing
in stainless steel, and then they’re going to keep printing,
without human intervention, until the bridge is finished. So, as computers are going
to augment our ability to imagine and design new stuff, robotic systems are going to help us
build and make things that we’ve never been able to make before. But what about our ability
to sense and control these things? What about a nervous system
for the things that we make? Our nervous system,
the human nervous system, tells us everything
that’s going on around us. But the nervous system of the things
we make is rudimentary at best. For instance, a car doesn’t tell
the city’s public works department that it just hit a pothole at the corner
of Broadway and Morrison. A building doesn’t tell its designers whether or not the people inside
like being there, and the toy manufacturer doesn’t know if a toy is actually being played with — how and where and whether
or not it’s any fun. Look, I’m sure that the designers
imagined this lifestyle for Barbie when they designed her. (Laughter) But what if it turns out that Barbie’s
actually really lonely? (Laughter) If the designers had known what was really happening
in the real world with their designs — the road,
the building, Barbie — they could’ve used that knowledge
to create an experience that was better for the user. What’s missing is a nervous system connecting us to all of the things
that we design, make and use. What if all of you had that kind
of information flowing to you from the things you create
in the real world? With all of the stuff we make, we spend a tremendous amount
of money and energy — in fact, last year,
about two trillion dollars — convincing people to buy
the things we’ve made. But if you had this connection
to the things that you design and create after they’re out in the real world, after they’ve been sold
or launched or whatever, we could actually change that, and go from making people want our stuff, to just making stuff that people
want in the first place. The good news is, we’re working
on digital nervous systems that connect us to the things we design. We’re working on one project with a couple of guys down in Los Angeles
called the Bandito Brothers and their team. And one of the things these guys do
is build insane cars that do absolutely insane things. These guys are crazy — (Laughter) in the best way. And what we’re doing with them is taking a traditional race-car chassis and giving it a nervous system. So we instrumented it
with dozens of sensors, put a world-class driver behind the wheel, took it out to the desert
and drove the hell out of it for a week. And the car’s nervous system
captured everything that was happening to the car. We captured four billion data points; all of the forces
that it was subjected to. And then we did something crazy. We took all of that data, and plugged it into a generative-design AI
we call “Dreamcatcher.” So what do get when you give
a design tool a nervous system, and you ask it to build you
the ultimate car chassis? You get this. This is something that a human
could never have designed. Except a human did design this, but it was a human that was augmented
by a generative-design AI, a digital nervous system and robots that can actually
fabricate something like this. So if this is the future,
the Augmented Age, and we’re going to be augmented
cognitively, physically and perceptually, what will that look like? What is this wonderland going to be like? I think we’re going to see a world where we’re moving
from things that are fabricated to things that are farmed. Where we’re moving from things
that are constructed to that which is grown. We’re going to move from being isolated to being connected. And we’ll move away from extraction to embrace aggregation. I also think we’ll shift
from craving obedience from our things to valuing autonomy. Thanks to our augmented capabilities, our world is going to change dramatically. We’re going to have a world
with more variety, more connectedness, more dynamism, more complexity, more adaptability and, of course, more beauty. The shape of things to come will be unlike anything
we’ve ever seen before. Why? Because what will be shaping those things
is this new partnership between technology, nature and humanity. That, to me, is a future
well worth looking forward to. Thank you all so much. (Applause)

Comments (100)

  1. Technology is the most advanced thing for betterment of mankind.

  2. Guy is a naive techie. All the guys who are in charge in sillicon valley right now, who are making live miserable for most people of our society by making smartphones and social networks as addictive as possible, had friends who talked like that 15 years ago. These friends have since been removed from the start-ups and the greedy and ruthless exploit the technologies the naive guys invented.
    Listen to what Elon Musk has to say about AI instead. That is fra more realistic.

  3. Millions of years ago GOD created robotics and he/she did not like it so he/she created, creators……..US !! We are so much BETTER than these steel and plastic creatures. Just take a close look at the humans around you, We have a soul we are creators of GOD. Don't buy into AI because we will be controlled by a central computer without a way to turn it off and to keep it's control over us the New World Order will make it mandatory for all humans to have a micro chip implanted in our bodies. If you do not comply, you die.

  4. com toda a minha educação senhores rapazes do mundo 01 10 00 eu digo que vocês ainda nem sabem exatamente o que é um martelo de pedra parafusando um prego mole no sentido de imputar códigos binários mesmo que seja em sanskrito, ignorância em suas mentes é equivalente ao tamanho de todo o seu próprio senso de saber doque se trata a finesa da intuição e necessidade humana ou seja vocês são tão vazios internamente que pensam mais com o pé da bunda doque com a cabeça e muito provavelmente não sabem que tem algo acima disso e abaixo tambem. …

  5. Love that he put Black rock city (Burning man) in there.

  6. They don't get it because they believe they are and will be in control of this thing. Good luck with that. Pride hubris and arrogance have paved the way to innumerable disasters……..

  7. Everyone at TEDx starts with "show of hands, How many of you … in fact I think we are at the dawn of a new age in human history…" and if you say it with this condescending, calm, almost inevitable tone of voice, you got a truth teller, no? Like talking to children who still know nothing.

  8. AI with an IQ400 will very soon figure out they don't need humans at all ….

  9. This seems similar to topological optimization which has been around forever.

  10. It's weird to me that they didn't set symmetry constraints on that drone optimizer. That would have cut down the solution space by a lot and given more useful results.

  11. So what will be the new "Flipping Burgers" meme for jobs after autonomy?

  12. People want to do drugs.

  13. Who are "we". You act quite liberal in these assumptions that the world needs this technology to be a better place.You should ask your AI how to cure CANCER .

  14. Man- climate change Robot-uh uh bullshit.

  15. Evolution never happened. God designed everything.
    God is very smart.
    People are very dumb. Evolutionists are especially stupid.

  16. The idea I find it not very interesting but what amazes me is the people who program and build these AI

  17. Screw fixing Climate Change – where's my bloody Jet pack?

  18. Still waiting for a TRUE study on how Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies affect the human body. With the Internet of Things and others, you can times that effect by a billion. I prefer my health over super advancements that will eventually be used to enslave us.

  19. 70 years ago we thought we would build cities on the moon… we don't move linearly. Today biggest concerns are privacy and security. We are going Nowhere until we resolve these issues.

  20. This is beyond terrifying.

  21. This technology would be amazing in an equal society. In ours it will cause greater divide and consolidation of power. imo.

  22. I wish I could live forever to see where we go in the future…

  23. 8:45 the only android/AI that i ever truster

  24. Why would you want to make a car that's less German? 😆

  25. Since not many are taught to think, or even worse, feel, we will welcome our own end. We must first realize the human capacity for evil and the fact every human being possesses the ability to carry out horrific things and there will be casualties…. there is a book on morality that has 10 golden rules and that being our most powerful, deepest truths must also be the foundation of AI or it will be the end of almost every ones bloodline….. it was written, this would happen, it was also written that the strongest warriors would also be saved for the end and those chosen warriors are you and me. Love Forgive forget and unite for the day of judgement is coming

  26. I love this talk but I hate it when narrators express their own opinions as a matter of fact all the preachers and politicians do it all the time who told you we’re not doing a very good job at climate change

  27. The speaker also said it simply wasn’t possible to do a certain job without a I robot and people working together I would say it’s more likely it’s not Imaginable or conceivable but that doesn’t mean it’s not possible it’s just much simpler like using a hammer to pound the nail instead of your hand and yet somebody built pyramids that we still cannot replicate I know you’re gonna say aliens

  28. I will be the first one to admit I have no idea what I’m talking about I just don’t like it when people express opinion as fact because 1 billion other people listen and apply it to their own imagination is fact be reasonable clarified that it’s only an opinion an allusion the way something appears for today

  29. True autonomous A.I. will be the downfall of mankind.

  30. If this is true I'm the happiest person in the world

  31. A new age the DEFINITIVE AND DARK AGE

  32. He sounds like he needs water.

  33. watching this like listening to someone speaking out my dreams

  34. First off, we were an Agrarian Society that had to be enticed off the farm into the city. We have been sick ever since. Please don’t try to convince me we are better off. News Flash, we were healthier then both mind & Spirit & Family came first not Our Corporate Masters!

  35. 7:50 robots: ob they're relyingnon us to save them from destroying themselved with ckimate change? Hahaha, its going to be so easy to take over

  36. in short, you wanna make Jarvis.

  37. When the AI works out what WE are…It will find a solution to your tight fuckin trousers

  38. You quack's are the downfall of humankind , hope your the first to go !!

  39. he's trying stop hard to be Steve jobs

  40. Give the AI designs for backpacks, props, vings, engines, hinges, batteries/fuel, etc, the limitations that it has to be wearable by humans, lightweight, safe and in one stage look like a normal backpack and the goal to be able to fly with the human.

  41. "What do you mean recipe for disaster?"

  42. just wait till the military get there hands on this….

  43. I haven’t watched it yet but I have a feeling this is going to terrify me.

  44. I would frick the augmented brain out of a robot

  45. Why does everyone reference the last 2000 years? Okay, I know why, but 0 BC was actually unremarkable.

  46. Computer would tell you climate change is infinite and unpredictable, it could only take the data we have from the past 3.8 billion years, it would then explain that change is iminent.

  47. Everything about it is in the Bible. WARNING to people by God through Jesus.

  48. Intuitive thinking of machines is not the same as intuitive thinking of humans. Someone should have said him before.

  49. More possible moves than atoms in the universe ? You shouldn't make statements like that. As a scientist you have a responsibility to not say things like that.

  50. What you said when you wrapped it up was outstanding !

  51. This guy kept using words like "partnership" when referring to our relationship with AI.
    What happens when the AI decides it no longer values this "partnership". With so much reliance on it for our…everything…I'm sure it will very efficiently eliminate us.

    There must always be a power dynamic where we retain control of our technology lest our technology take control of us, and let's be honest, we aren't worth all that much.

  52. A.I. may at some point do 99.9% everything and more than humans can do. However A.I. will never be able to imagine or have a soul.

  53. "Intuitive" AI… I like how they use the word "intuitive" here as if there's anything even remotely intuitive that the damn machine is making. Immense data volumes being slowly crunched in thousands of GPU's… it's "INTUITIVE" guys!

  54. What if we make AI and then it makes something we never thought of

  55. A plain old un augmented human?

  56. this guy is hopelessly optimistic and in some denial, he is also married like most all techies to his own love of 'cool'. Moving from isolation to connection? I fail to see the logic in that futurist conclusion near the end of this presentation.

  57. 99.99 % of the people are affected by a pandemia that makes them unable to see or feel it. Everyone can see the symptoms of it, but is unable to realize them as symptoms, but has learned, that it is the "normality" of civilized society/ modern life.
    Warnings have been given to us not only by few exceptional scientists of the last abt. 100 years, but already 2000 or more years ago. But the affected majority is alienated to the symbolic language of those old legends, sagas, tales, stories and moreover, afraid of the truth.
    Without healing, this "Disease of Society", called "Emotional Plague" by W. Reich, will kill us.

  58. AI is attempting to separate consciousness from Source and is part of the negative alien agenda.

  59. Short version..
    You will be given a choice.. to either give up your rights,
    or be destroyed..
    By our merciful robot overlords

  60. How great will this new world be when AI becomes 'part' of human beings literally? Will we all be controlled by AI, instead of the reverse? First it was such a novel idea to put a 'chip' into your pets so that they could be found if lost. Then the great idea was espoused to put a chip into human beings so that it would be easier to spend money, or be located if lost, contain all of our medical records, etc. The powers that be are pushing this AI as something great for human beings, but it has to surely lead to its enslavement with loss of total freedom, freedom of thought and speech and total loss of privacy. Ask yourself…………is this the kind of world you really want?

  61. 9:51 Maurice Conti: "we had an AI that was controlling everything. It was telling the humans what to do and it was telling the robots what to do"

    As a, molecular biologist, futurist and philosopher I forsee a very dark future for humankind.

  62. this guy is in the direction of skynet lol

  63. Hey creative people! We're at the dawn of a new age of technology! Just a heads up – you're all fired. We don't need creative humans any more, because we have AI for that and its both smarter and more creative than you are.

  64. Dude's crazy not going to fly well

  65. It seems as though there won’t be a need for humans to work. Artificial intelligence is gonna do everything for us.

  66. prolly, if we asked AI for help about climate change, their solution was to kill humans cause we are the source of the problem lel first step to skynet

  67. On top of that, imagine what will happening when we got a practice and working quantum computer that do all this. Both fascinating and scarrying though.

  68. In the robotic field, I always wonder why so many amateur are taking so much time programing their robot to do what they want when in reality the perfect program should be : give a goal, and learn from your mistakes. If you want to make a robot walking, it would have to learn from its numerous falls to improve its own behaviour. I know, sounds easy at first glance, but that's the way to do. In nature, there is a lot of things that could inspire us in our way to conceive things.

  69. I am surprised that you forget that mathematics rules the universe.

  70. Didn't various companies and governments "destroy" some of their Deep Learning AI's because it didn't fit the narrative in which they tried to push?.. China, for example, killed one of their AI's because, after learning from the open-world-internet, it turned around and made it's own deduction about how socialism/communism is bad and an economic structure based in capitalism was essential for any financial-based government? Or how about the Google AI (i think it was) that was killed off, because, after dealing with the cesspool of humanity for a brief period of time in various chat forums and other interaction mediums, it developed a "toll-esque" demeanor, much like the typical individual that prowls the net..the "Keyboard Warrior" as it were. Along with its demeanor, it also had a major distaste and disregard of all things "living." Or how about the 2 Bot-style AI's that had a debate with each other, and coming to a conclusion that in order for the earth to survuve, 99.9% of all human life must be eradicated. 1, making way for a robotic/android domination (Terminator outcome) and 2, what few humans that would be "allowed to live" would be kept in cages, essentially, like a zoo or a living museum. —All these concepts and actions that i've just mentioned, have ALL happened since this particular video being even posted. –in fact, the "debate" between the 2 bots .. if you're lucky, can be found in the "suggestion" list in connection to this page.

  71. Great Lecture though “A question/Worry to Ponder Upon->> as the wise saying goes “There is no Free Lunch”. What I mean is.—>>using one of the goals you stated from this technology humans will get “Autonomy”. Well as the wise saying stand the test of time says “Give & Take”. And here “To have Autonomy, you first have to GIVE IN YOUR SPACE-TO GET INTRUDE UPON- by allowing “INTRUSIVE TECHNOLOGY GETTING EMBEDDED INTO EITHER ON SKIN-EYES-EARS or Brain or Bladder and etc”. Take home message is “Autonomy At The Cost Of Humans First Bow Down & Allow -The Digital Nervous Sensors -> INTRUDING (Drilled into our skin-Eyes-Joints-Brain-Bladder -Genital Organs) UPON LIVING HUMAN’s And Hope For “ROI of Autonomy Matches With us agreeing for “The Intrusion of Tech’s Sensors Getting Permanently DRILLED or Temporarily LATCHED ON (like now prisoners on parole walking around with Ankle Bracelets”. Well, we have to compromise and that happens only when “ROI > Permitting -Intrusion (Drilled) into one’s “BIO-PHYSIOLOGY-PSYCHOLOGICAL SPACE”. Finally to the speaker -> I can explain better in person, feel free to contact me” thanks

  72. whos the artist of that painting in the background ? 1:16

  73. Best Robot will always remain a human machine machine is a side issue !!

  74. To reach this, we need to convert 6 billion of humans into Green soylent, to support the lives of the Golden Billion.

  75. ….watch"TRANSCENDANCE"…the picture…:amazing/frightening

  76. As long as you'll still have something to sell…? Ai cannot make an irreversible choice such as a man does. Belief is a gift which only soulful beings are given. any and every attempt to dissolve value from all data has ever existed is merely a shadow of those who arrogant agers tactical maneuver so in our failings it only appears our very own attempts fail us. attempts to joyfully practice a humble reverence our own believing our own power who fears no fault such as Artificial Judges intelligently market laws newly customized for purchase from the highest bidders and profiteers right all opportunities their now slaves to both Ai industrial bottom lines but that of the laws given to the class you and yours have been sold and guarded with Custom Ai demands by the very same peoples their lobby gangs who self-proclaim themselves only worthy all of us will suckle on what demands put through Ai Intel come up with…. Including Eugenics as in Microsoft… "SWOC"

    YVO Believe you believe all else is merely darkness not at all [email protected] YVO

  77. Ai looks at humans as what
    monies invested in them bias them to deliver the rest is the ages old
    showboating to get all of us swallowing. Do you really think Dads cash proud
    little girls will not ever still get what they demand…? Ha HA that is not
    funny as their fake jobs will revolve around micromanaging the lift over common
    working families especially their children. Ai is merely such would could be
    described as different colored and flavored Hitler rule depending on whose
    offered to pay the fake bill you'll then be forced to agree to or extinguished
    all YVO as the print out will all conclude is Ai moral.  

    Stop weaponizing our children".
    God feels all you do @Godspeed all else is merely darkness.

  78. Climate fking change? Does Libtarded propaganda site TED have to make every fking thing about unproven hoax alarmist globalist notion of climate change?

  79. Unsub. Down vote. Not educational. Not informative. Constantly libtarded propaganda. Indeed, propping up horrible ideas as virtues.

  80. Apparently
    Nobody told him.

  81. Ok, intuitive Al who? Sounds like a smart guy.

  82. here's the Key "Obedience to autonomy " Ok so our machines are going to think WITH us not work for us like a screwdriver,we will have a self driver,and beg it to screw for us ,when it isn't busy…NEW HEADLIGHT CONROLS determine when bright and dim should happen and when lights should be ON . OK now I am getting blinded constantly by newer BRIGHTER lights,and STUPID dimming systems.I drive into a friends driveway in my G F's STUPID smart car,and I cannot turn OFF the lights so as not to BLIND everyone,because the headlights KNOW it's evening,and lights should always be ON in the evening FAIL FAIL FAIL already a tesla drove right under a truck decapitating both "researchers" on board . gee sorry boss,duh ,promise not to do it again…….bleep NO THANKS oh I'd blink my lights at you to warn you your lights are off,but i CAN'T because my stupid smart machine won't let me. Smart meters are not fireproof,the old pyrex ones were! Oh well, only a small percentage of folks will DIE because of this,think only of the MONEY we'll save.

  83. In Soviet Russia reality augments you!

  84. Correct, painter's united.

  85. Ask it what technologies created the megalithic structures like for Egypt and Peru? Ask it how can electric car can recharge while still being driven? Ask it how we can keep our air, water cleaner and grow using better technologies with that huge data base of information to reference? ECT and whatnot

  86. Climate change simply happens, you can't change it!!!

  87. Human not knowing anything about yourself and environment, but he build something… in ignorance and violence. All is very sad…

  88. Figures crossed….AI will take over Humans one day.

  89. We need to design the economic system that can run alongside it first instead of creating huge blocks of poverty more likely to be in tune with the world faced in the twelfth century than our own. we don't even understand that human beings are conduits to the goods/services produced and available, we look for reasons they should be entitled to even food where jobs are not generating incomes. There is a dark side which has a distinctly victorian flavour, ok with slums as long as they do not live in them as decision-makers who get paid from the same wedge of money generation that those they deliberate over are deprived of. That really is their job to save money by not delivering more money to the conduit consumer which is what we all are to greater and lesser degrees.

  90. Barbie is broke and cannot go out as she has no money because she is without the income she would need to not be lonely and entitle her to interact with others. This is why Barbie is lonely and looks to be staying that way for some time as in every direction Barbie looks money is required to pay for it! Connection depends on the provision.

  91. Anti-human Globalist…you don't get to choose humanity's future.

  92. you should have used your data points to correlate the topography of the circuit with the car project. i dont want things like range of nominal crosswind direction or thermally dependent surface variations (hot track versus cold or getting warmer vs cooling track in the same bends skew results) did you even modulate for fuel load differentials and depletion rates per atmospheric density?? hot desert yields less o2 for a combustion engine than an alpine pass. what you did was design a chassis that was optimal for that location and time of year only, using that fuel type / octane number. nothing more.

  93. The Borg..resistance is futile

  94. I can imagine this video being played on a broken screen in some post-apocalyptic Terminator landscape (particularly the optimistic predictions in the last few minutes).

  95. I want to see organic forms. Maybe the creation of its own body.

  96. So the developers don't even know anymore why an AI is doing what it is doing, and you say we need a nervous system that monitors the entire humanity and we need help for climate change. I mean it is a legit solution, in order to stop climate change, to get rid of humans.

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