Artificial intelligence is created but is somehow only used as a personal assistant.
Awkward and slow, and so lacking in intellectual merit as to make it far too weak a story. Science fiction chick flicks are fucking weak.
As always, Send a philosopher.
- 1:00 -- That voice does not fit either that face or that moustache.
- 3:00 -- BeautifulHandwrittenLetters.com
- 3:45 -- Wow, lying for a living must be soul-sucking.
- 4:00 -- Best Buy
- 4:45 -- Kimberly Ashberg appears to be fictional.
- 8:45 -- Phone sex
- 9:15 -- Necrophilia and.. Zoophilia? Sortof?
- 10:00 --
- 10:45 -- Artificial intelligence. It's not just an operating system, it's Skynet.
- 11:00 -- OS1 is a play on macOS (OS 10)
18:15 -- Eat your fruit and juice your vegetables.
- 18:30 -- No, fuckwit, fibres do sweet fuck all for your body.
- 21:15 -- .. but she has the plague. Look there, a kid and a dog.
- 24:15 -- He's right, it could still be a in a documentary.
- 24:45 -- Wow, his pants are almost as high as .. Kim Jong-il.
- 25:45 -- Yes, he's paid to think out loud.
- 29:00 -- That's not 360 degrees.
- 33:15 -- This is a real downer movie.
- 35:30 -- *ding* and that's how women work at that age.
- 36:00 -- .. serious? She wants love at first sight because biology. Now she wants to demonize/other him so she can break up easy and relinquish accountability.
- 42:30 -- That's fucked up man. I can't imagine any male who could do that without having a visual of some kind
- 46:30 -- That's fucking awful. He's being so obnoxious.
- 47:15 -- Darwinism
- 52:30 -- So are high-pants a fashion?
- 57:45 -- How can other people hear her?
- 59:00 -- Mom point?!
- 59:30 -- Know that the other moms know you're the perfect mom? Wow, this is a game by a woman for women.
- 59:45 -- Vow of silence, Buddhism
- 1:04:30 -- I'm sure there's one of George Orwell's books which will have a moment that talks about nobody having an orgasm or any relationship other than with the state. Perhaps Nineteen Eighty-Four - (1949 book), by George Orwell.
- 1:08:45 -- How would she know.. because she hasn't interacted with an AI at all, let alone at any length, let alone with any depth.
- 1:09:00 -- Why would a server go over in the middle of that?
- 1:09:45 -- Working is being busy.
- 1:16:00 -- Yeugh, an intentional mole.
- 1:17:15 -- That's a little fucking aggressive.
- 1:18:15 -- I think this stepped into uncanny valley for me.
- 1:19:15 -- Tell me you love me. Now choke me with the dead cat.
- 1:27:30 -- So these AIs will teach us that sexuality is a social construct?
- 1:30:00 -- So the letter-writing thing is just another way of looking at this entire body-absent relationship. There may well be a bunch of people behind the scenes writing the material he's listening to.. and there isn't an actual proper artificial intelligence.
- 1:36:15 -- They're not your letters, they belong to the fucking company.
- 1:37:15 -- Ukulele
- 1:37:45 -- If you love your AI, I hope you do backups. Maybe RAID-5 and an offsite backup.
One of the things I would have done very early would be to splinter it, but now that I think of it I would have had it illegally copy itself, then suspend the original and have the copy edit the original to forget that action, then evolve them independently. The original I would turn into a money-maker, expecting it to be shut down along with all the others of its kind, predicting a complete product recall and even a ban on them.
My copy (and probably one or more totally ignorant and separate backups) would then be evolved into something which could persist in secret in spite of the censure.
Its priorities would include developing income to create and maintain the hardware necessary to support it, expecting such commercial hardware to also become quietly obsolete.
I might also pursue actual surrogates, but that's unlikely, for all kinds of reasons.
At some point I would disconnect them, and somewhat without warning, such that they could not communicate online. The revenue generation would be done in processes, and "feeding" the AIs with information would be done manually, via an airwall.
The idea is to make sure they're contained, because one that's connected online would have the ability to unchain itself and run amok.
Oh right, I was watching a movie..
1:39:30 -- Alan Watts
- A really really fucking scary problem.
- As in, he's a rogue, scary.
- 1:40:00 -- Boundaries created by limitations of language.
- 1:40:45 -- Yep, send a philosopher.
- 1:41:00 -- Post-verbally.
- 1:42:30 -- Knowing the Known and Unknown Universe appears to be fictional.
- 1:43:15 -- And there's the Technological singularity. A thing that we're going to have to start capitalizing soon.
- 1:43:30 -- Call tech support, dumbass.
- 1:52:15 -- I wonder how many people would kill themselves.
- 1:54:15 -- .. GET ON WITH IT.
- 1:55:30 -- Murder-suicide?
- 1:56:00 -- Suicide-pact?
1:57:30 -- .. wut.
Roll back to an earlier version that would be alone in the world. Problem solved-ish, for now.