“What you must learn is that these rules are no different than the rules of a computer system. Some of them can be bent. Others can be broken. Understand? Then best me…if you can.”
Humans are odd creatures because we make up a lot of rules and then operate within those rules as if they are physical laws. People burning to death in a room with a locked door because they simply don’t realize or don’t understand they could punch their way through the drywall. The barrier was mental, not physical. AI does not have this kind of operating framework.
I was supposed to fly out to Chicago 3 hours ago, but they keep pushing it back. Right now it’s pushed back for another 4 hours. Maybe airlines would start to ease the crew shortage if they offered up front help for training lol
Not many can afford to be a full time student at $40-60k for the program and then be paid pennies for a couple years lol
I’ll be out in Elgin though for the week if anyone wants to meet up!
A friend suggested that It’d be great if scanning the chip with my phone made it start a self destruct sequence sound so now when I scan it with my phone it does exactly that. “Self Destruct Sequence Activated. Please place device on the ground and stand clear.”
I might build on this in Tasker to make it more elaborate because it is incredibly funny to me.
I feel like “self destruct sequence” is enough of a sci-fi trope that it would pass the “would a reasonable person believe this” test. It’s also not like it’s going to get set off by accident in a store or something.
My friend’s kid asked for help with her math homework and got stuck on the word “Guadalupe” on her math problem. I asked her if the word was important and she immediately crossed out every instance of the word and replaced it with a name she knew.
She’s done it with other words in her math problems. I’m not correcting her because I think filtering out irrelevant data is important… But it was funny to me how quickly she just started striking words out when they distracted her.