Who serves whom(ia.net)

over 3 years ago from Pedro Pinto, Product

  • Christian BehrensChristian Behrens, over 3 years ago

    Well-written considerations about a future that is already here, scary and exciting at the same time. Unfortunately it won't faze the vast majority of people who are mindlessly feeding the networks with ever more detailed information about themselves.

    It's like discussing the latest Black Mirror season amongst a group of computer scientists and media theorists: They understand the implications of what they do online, and hence have (most likely) their guards up. But the majority of people on this planet doesn't, and they can't even fathom what could possibly go wrong with posting, tagging, logging and tweeting every aspect of their lives.

    AI will influence our everyday life more and more. The big divide will run between those who learned how to manage and negotiate their relationship with the machines, and those who simply don't care.

    6 points