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Unable to Think Properly? Maybe AI did Something it Shouldn’t Have

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Unable to Think Properly? Maybe AI did Something it Shouldn’t Have

There are things that AI has done that will make us unable to think, but are we even aware of them?

Last year, the US National Security Commission on artificial intelligence concluded in a report to Congress that AI is “changing the world.” Artificial intelligence is also changing the mind as what can AI do that humans can’t with artificial intelligence capturing human minds. This is a new reality in 2022. As a society, we are learning to rely on AI for many things, which reduces our curiosity and confidence in the information provided by AI-powered machines. In other words, we may have already outsourced our thoughts to the machine, thereby losing some of our ability to act.

The fashion closer to extra software of artificial intelligence suggests no signal of slowing. Private funding in artificial intelligence is at an all-time high, totaling five billion in 2022 double the quantity from the earlier year in step with the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence and the variety of patent filings associated with AI innovation in 2022 is 30 instances extra than the filings in 2015. This is evidence the AI gold rush is jogging with complete force. Fortunately, lots of what’s being performed with AI can be beneficial, as evidenced through examples of AI assisting to resolve medical issues starting from protein folding to Mars exploration or even speaking with animals.

Most AI applications are based on machine learning and deep learning neural networks that require large datasets. For consumer applications, this data is collected from personal decisions, preferences, and choices about everything from clothing and books to ideology. From this data,  applications find patterns that lead to informed predictions about what we are likely to need or want, or what is most interesting and engaging. Therefore, the machine provides many useful tools such as 24/7 chatbot support. Many of these apps look useful, or, in the worst case, harmless.

An example where many of us can be associated with an EPO-coward app that provides us. These are definitely useful and people get lost in them. We always read directions and physical cards. If we drive to a place, there is no problem getting there without help. But now we have an app for almost all drives, even if I drove many times. As we thought, we may not be so confident in my instructions. Maybe we can say that it may depend on the app to make it available. If I do not have an app, I couldn’t find my way.

You may be careful about this emergency subtle shift of our trust in the revered app. We already know that it reduces our privacy. And if it reduces our personnel agency, this may bring serious results. If we trust the app to find the fastest route between the two places, we probably trust other apps, like our car in the future of auto. It will be more and more for life as a pilot. And if we have incomplete hiding that we are doubted about news feed, social media, and recommendations, we probably lost our own opinion and the ability to benefit from our own opinions and benefits.


The dangers of digital groupthink

Is there any other way to explain the completely unfounded QA theory that there are elite Satan-worshiping pedophiles in the US government, businesses, and media trying to harvest children’s blood? The conspiracy theory began with a series of posts on Message Board and then spread rapidly to other social platforms via the recommendation engine. Ironically, with the help of machine learning, it turns out that the first post was probably created by a South African software developer with little knowledge of the United States. Nevertheless, the number of people who believe in this theory continues to grow. And it is comparable to some popular mainstream religions.

According to a story published in the Wall Street Journal, the intellect weakens as the brain grows dependent on phone technology. The same likely holds true for any information technology where content flows our way without us having to work to learn or discover on our own. If that’s true, then AI, which increasingly presents content tailored to our specific interests and reflects our biases, could create a self-reinforcing syndrome that simplifies our choices, satisfies immediate needs, weakens our intellect, and locks us into an existing mindset.


The Cybernetics of Conformity

An important part of the ward discussion is that artificial intelligence presents us with options 

similar to those we liked in the past, or the ones most likely to prefer based on our past. It means that our choice has shrunk. Therefore, our future is defined more narrowly. In essence, an app that is theoretically designed to help us make better decisions can freeze us in time, in the form of mental homeostasis. 

Positive feedback loops and preferences presented by AI algorithms resurface our desires, contribute to the information bubble we are already experiencing, enhance our existing views and make us different. It contributes to polarization by reducing the openness to the point of view, making us unable to change, and making people who we do not want to be conscious. This is essentially cybernetics of conformity, and the machine comes to mind while adapting to its own internal algorithm programming. This makes digital operations predictable and vulnerable, both individually and socially.

Of course, it’s not really AI doing this. Technology is just a tool you can use to reach your goals, such as selling shoes, promoting political ideology, controlling the temperature of your home, and talking to whales. The application has a header. To maintain our agency, we must claim the AI of Rights issued by the United States. The Office of Science and Technology Policy has been proposed. In addition, a regulatory framework that protects personal data and the ability to think for oneself will soon be needed. The EU and China have taken a step in this direction, and the current administration has taken a similar step in the United States. Now is the time for the other nations to take this venture more seriously before we become unthinkable beings.