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Virtual Freedom

"It is the year 2046. Everything that you do is measured or monitored. Trillions of sensors track where you go, what you do, how is your health, your gut, what are you thinking, how do you feel and what do you dream about. Every product you use is designed to capture information. 
Billions of algorithms are constantly making predictions about your preferences and what you will do next. You feel that, although you accepted this reality, at the end, it had a high price and you have lost your freedom. 

For the first time you experience how every decision you make, has an impact in how your life progresses. Because everything is automatically identified, measured, captured and transferred to multiple artificial intelligences that get to know you better than yourself.

Fortunately, you have ways to remember that feeling of freedom. You can have access to virtual worlds that you feel and experience like real. Worlds where there are no sensors, no AIs, no predictions or algorithms. Worlds where is just you,  where you feel you can keep your secrets, where you do not feel observed or under analysis. Worlds where you can even make huge mistakes or misbehave. 

Worlds where you do not feel you are the product. But you also know that all that you do in this virtual worlds is data that is being transferred to multiple AIs in your real world. 
It does not matter because, at the end, your virtual freedom is priceless.

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Max Isaev Machine is no more than an instrument, the purpose sets by humans. Machine will compute the results based on the tasks it was programmed with. To teach a machine means to understand the problem so fully, that not only can you describe to other humans, but to translate to millions of small tasks for the machine. If this was the case, why there's still need in judges and courts? Doesn't we have laws already? Is it so simple to understand how a person thinks on their basis level so we could translate it to the machine? Then another problem: say, the machine gives the result. How much of data would it be? How many people would be required to process it? With current state of social organization, I'd say whole system collapse in a matter of days. Very big difference between running tests on small groups and compute the data on billions of people
24 Jan 2022
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30 Dec 2021
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