I’ve wondered about lawyers and judges could be replaced by Artificial Intelligence, but I could never have thought a real country as big and powerful as China would set the starting of a futuristic trend for a futuristic justice system by allowing AI to judge real people problems and cases. Check out the video right after the break to see the Chinese AI judge in action.
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5G will be the thing of the coming years. If I’m understanding what is really going on, 5G can actually allow the plethora of devices to communicate with each other effortlessly. A quick search on Google yields that 5G is 20 times faster than 4G. Whether this is true or not, one thing is true is that devices can speak to each other way faster than before. This opens up more innovation and infrastructure demands.
The video above shows that China is heading in the direction where more machines will replace humans in labor-intensive jobs. The day when we need an extra pair of human hands may be over sooner than later because smarter machines with AI capability can actually think for themselves and carry themselves in jobs effortlessly. Nonetheless, AI machines without 5G will be like a pony just starts learning how to walk.
5G will allow AI machines to transfer data fast and constantly so that things can speed up even more for decision making, planning, communication and so much more. I think with 5G, self-driving car technology is much more believable since you can have many self-driving cars detect each other easier at once with reliable faster 5G data transfer. Furthermore, smart highways and roads are going to get better and more fitting for self-driving cars because 5G will allow faster communication between the cars and the traffic infrastructures.
If you’re guessing I don’t know what I’m talking about, you may be right. After all, 5G is so new and I haven’t seen it firsthand or use it in real life. Nonetheless, according to the information I could Google, 5G is 20 times faster than 4G. Right now I’m using 4G on my smartphone but I think 4G is already quite fast. I can imagine how crazier it could get if I got 5G.
A day ago I briefly encountered an article which described how 5G could destroy the need for the cloud. Then I briefly read over the article’s comments that displeased how the article’s author was too lacking of knowledge since the commenters didn’t see how 5G could destroy the cloud since the cloud is about centralization of data storage.
Personally though, I don’t see how centralizing storage like the cloud could go away since data redundancy is always a priority, especially in the age of AI which is driven by data. Of course, all bets are off when AI becomes self-conscious since such AI needs no human data to drive its own logic. Until then, the cloud stays important.
I also think that 5G could allow the decentralization of networks to become a thing too! How come? Local devices and storages will be able to talk faster to any other storage and device across the world — destroying the needs of having to plan and engineer a network that is catering to the importance of distance. Although we already in the age of information where distance isn’t as relevant as the 19th century for communication, but 5G may make distance even more irrelevant when it comes to data communication.
Basically, instead of waiting for minutes for a movie to be downloaded onto your device, you may only have to wait for a few seconds to have your movie when you use the 5G network. 5G data can cross secure communication channel much faster and more reliable since faster data transfer allows faster data integrity check and whatnot. Perhaps, we could see shopping, banking, and other important financial related activities across the world on the world wide web to be more reliable and faster — better experience overall!
In summary, I think 5G will be awesome! I would love to see not only cellular network but also home network to be able to transfer speed that is as fast as 5G or better. This way, everything will be on the same pace and everyone will be using faster Internet speed. What’s not to like when you can get a whole 4K movie to be downloaded in a few seconds, right?
NVIDIA’s AI is now able to generate countless realistic human faces, and you probably cannot tell if these faces are fake or real. Watch the video right after the break, and you will see what I mean. Basically, from the algorithm, the AI is able to morph a female face into a male face seamlessly. Look closely, you can tell the latter does resemble the former a bit, but you can also tell it’s indeed a male face and not a female face.
This technology can definitely fake an image, video, and whatnot of a real human being. With bad intention, someone could definitely frame a person in a sex scandal or whatnot. So, how can you be sure that what your eyes are seeing is actually a factual event?
A Chinese news agency Xinhua had just unleashed a world first news anchor AI presenter which based on a real human’s facial expressions. You could easily tell the speech is spoken by AI since the voice is quite digitized. Anyhow, I think they could as well make the voice seems more human-like if they choose.
I wonder if someone else out there is watching this video and has an idea that what if we could also get rid of real actors by using this technology, right? I think it’s possible in the future that we could use AI to replace real human actors! Nonetheless, I could also foresee the possibility of using this technology to fabricate and frame a good person in a scandal!
Watching Delete on Amazon Prime and I have to say it’s pretty good so far. Stop here and don’t read on if you want to watch the episode one and two of the Delete (Season 1). Here comes the spoiler!
Delete starts of with the government think a bunch of secretive hackers had tried to destroy a nuclear plant in Iran and overtook the United States’ testing missiles to kill the civilians during a missile test. Obviously, Iran would think it had to be the United States that did it to them. The destructive missile test in the United States had the government believed that this was the work of a group of hackers known as Dubito.
The United States government decided to go after the secretive hacker group Dubito, but unknown to them all of the hackers in Dubito group got killed off one by one by an assassin branch of the United States government. If you had watched the Bourne Identity movie, then the government assassin operatives are sort of like Jason Bourne. Anyhow, the United States government couldn’t understand why there was a directive to kill the Dubito hackers when they were trying to bring them in alive.
Meanwhile, Jessica Taylor (a reporter) tried to get Daniel Garson to contact Dubito so they could meet up with one of the Dubito members. Basically, Jessica Taylor wanted to write an in-depth story on why there was a cover-up for the most recent glitch on Iran’s nuclear plant. Daniel told Jessica Taylor about the incident was a meltdown by a virus that was similar to Stuxnet, and so she told Daniel to contact the Dubito for more information. Daniel got this information from the Dubito in the first place.
They were supposed to have a good talk with one of the Dubito members in a coffee shop and then out of nowhere the Dubito member got shot couple times. Later on, this Dubito member got killed for real when the hospital equipment got malfunctioned. Since the last member of the Dubito group got killed off, Daniel and Jessica were cut off from the information they needed.
Undeterred, Jessica and Daniel broke into a workplace of the last Dubito member who just died to find out if there could be any information that could be stored in the self-contained Intranet. Daniel was able to decrypt some information and figured out that Dubito members knew what is going on.
Basically, Dubito members found out that the global web of computers got so interconnected to a point that it becomes self-conscious as if it’s an AI which nobody had built — because it built itself. This AI then threatened to wreak havoc by performing dangerous experiments. For an example, an attempt to blow up the nuclear plant in Iran was an experimentation, a puzzle which needed to be solved of the sort, and so the AI had a go at it.
Since the whole world is connected by cameras and phones and computers and many other electronic devices, this AI took the advantage of this to spy on people. The AI got eyes everywhere and it could unleash havoc on anything it wanted. Luckily, Daniel was able to save the data which Dubito had saved onto his portable hard-drive. Unfortunate for him and Jessica, the AI didn’t want Daniel and Jessica to know more and so it tried to kill both of them.
Meanwhile, the government uploaded a virus onto the web to trick the AI into a trap so the virus could destroy the AI. Unfortunately, the AI was smart enough to neutralize the virus. The AI got so angry it declared war on humanity. The AI wanted to make sure it could destroy the threats that could threaten it, and so the humanity must be destroyed.
This is so far I’ve gotten into the series. Nonetheless, I think there is a big plothole to this whole series. I think if the AI is so smart, it should make sure the humanity survives forever and would not know anything about its presence. After all, if the humanity dies off, eventually the power grids that power the AI neural network would eventually die out. Without power, the AI itself would not function.
Of course, you can argue that the AI is so smart that it could control and organize machines to produce more energy to power the AI’s neural network. Nonetheless, the plot of this series is taken place in a modern period in which not everything is automated. This means many things that work in concert to produce energy for everything may still need the touch of the human hands. So, for the AI to declare on humanity at this point in time is like a suicidal mission that it’s on.
Check out this link to know more about the series.