Written for: Friday Writings #78 - Artificial Intelligence
Intellectual children strive
to make our world a little less
truthful, a little less
stable, a little less
private. Our world becomes
their playground. They
manipulate us, jerking
the strings of their
I am a freelance poet, born and bred in Brooklyn, New York. I live with my husband, John, and two charming rescue dogs–Marion Miller and Murphy. We spent eight lovely years in Portland, OR, but are now back in New York.
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Yes, not long until we are the marionettes and they the masters! Scary thought.
Yes, it id. Thanks, Rajani.
A friend of mine has a lovely (or scary?) joke: In the future, during the war between robots and humans, one robot general says to another, ‘I don’t believe that old myth that they invented us.’
Ha!. Good one. Rosemary. I was quite impressed by the article.
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Less truthful, less stable is certainly happening right now, managed by flesh and blood people with passionate agendas who use AI to manipulate and confuse. But the tables could turn one day.
I hope you are right!
Just this morning on the news, a fake photo of what looks terrifyingly like an explosion near the Pentagon. This is not good.
I see no benefit to it at all.
Yeah, it is our prayer and hope that the future is a good one for the coming generations
I wish them well, an I wish them strength .
Maybe now it’s just a peek into what a scary future it can be. 😦
Its getting wider than a peek.