The android is impressively similar to her dead boyfriend in almost every way but it’s still, after all, just a machine, without blood in its veins or the need to sleep or the capacity for anger (which, to a machine, is counter-productive).The android version of Ash winds up going over a cliff. While android bodies in real life aren’t really up to snuff yet, the artificial intelligence of this “Black Mirror” episode has already been mapped out: A company called Luka has developed software that can use the social media interactions of a dead friend to create a chatbot that mimics the way they speak.
He said: ‘It would take off on its own and re-design itself at an ever increasing rate.‘Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded.’Billionaire inventor Elon Musk said last month: ‘I keep sounding the alarm bell, but until people see robots going down the street killing people, they don’t know how to react, because it seems too ethereal.’ The bots were attempting to imitate human speech when they developed their own machine language spontaneously - at which point Facebook decided to shut them down.
People visit such websites for a particular reason, because they want something.
It’s like going to a restaurant or entering a grocery store.
I only found out about it when I saw that someone had posted “Rest in Peace” on his Facebook page.
Hamed had a huge Facebook presence that included many photo albums and personal essays he’d written about our shared experiences.
Now some banks want to spark a new virtual love affair of sorts, hoping customers will embrace the chatbots they will soon offer. But that also limits the ease of use that chatbots promise.