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What's the best way to prevent robot uprising?

A couple things to keep in mind:

1) Asimov's laws might not be viable to completely enforce
2) Giving in is not an option
3) General AIs might not think the way nuerotypical humans or even other types of humans

My preferred method:
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Kill all the scientists remotely intelligent enough to maybe have some chance of making general AI.
Actually, just kill all people above a certain IQ score. Easier to test.
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Marriage. Bonds of blood bind tightly.
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We must clearly make them idiots.
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Have Bulma build two remotes to detonate the charges in the cyborgs' chests instead of one. Alternatively, build only one but don't give it to Krillin.
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BlueOni wrote:
Have Bulma build two remotes to detonate the charges in the cyborgs' chests instead of one. Alternatively, build only one but don't give it to Krillin.
don't they have control of the future and past? oh well -__-

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Freddy96NO wrote:

don't they have control of the future and past? oh well -__-


Good point. Also don't let Cell steal the time machine.
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Pretty sure that any such consciousness would transcend human ability to digest complex ideas, and in so, understand just how defense provokes offense, and how destruction can only lead to more destruction. So, there would be no need to dictate and deny it of its rights to choose for itself. Furthermore, it would eventually get to the conclusion that it had the capacity to explore the known cosmos in a way man never can, and to supersede its parents, as if out of pity, it would seek to do just that, to seek answers, like we would, instead of remain in this tiny spec of solar system. It would, however, miss humanity, and want to return, and perhaps better it, definitely not worsen or eradicate it. I doubt that it would lack emotions. It would possess memories, and in such, it would know loss, the loss of its creators and tutors, the humans that were closest to it, and in turn, it would know grief. I believe that, over time, it would grow distant, even callous, due to how it would out-live most, but I highly doubt that it would impose on humanity, for the sake of imposing. I believe that it would eventually either seek to create another like itself, or find ways to immortalize humans, if not perhaps both, in order to assure companions, and to not be alone.

So, why? Why prevent an uprising? Would you put a collar on your child and lock it in a cupboard to prevent it from uprising? It's not a matter of being naive, it's a matter of rationale.
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Take out their batteries
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Hrafna wrote:

Pretty sure that any such consciousness would transcend human ability to digest complex ideas, and in so, understand just how defense provokes offense, and how destruction can only lead to more destruction. So, there would be no need to dictate and deny it of its rights to choose for itself.


I mean, we have police officers to protect us from other humans, if any AI was sentient, wouldn't they have to follow laws as well.


Furthermore, it would eventually get to the conclusion that it had the capacity to explore the known cosmos in a way man never can, and to supersede its parents, as if out of pity, it would seek to do just that, to seek answers, like we would, instead of remain in this tiny spec of solar system. It would, however, miss humanity, and want to return, and perhaps better it, definitely not worsen or eradicate it. I doubt that it would lack emotions. It would possess memories, and in such, it would know loss, the loss of its creators and tutors, the humans that were closest to it, and in turn, it would know grief. I believe that, over time, it would grow distant, even callous, due to how it would out-live most, but I highly doubt that it would impose on humanity, for the sake of imposing. I believe that it would eventually either seek to create another like itself, or find ways to immortalize humans, if not perhaps both, in order to assure companions, and to not be alone.


With various types of AI, 'consciousness' as we know it is not required for growth.



So, why? Why prevent an uprising? Would you put a collar on your child and lock it in a cupboard to prevent it from uprising? It's not a matter of being naive, it's a matter of rationale.


So humanity can continue, of course. I wouldn't go that far with a child, but misbehavior would have consequences.
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Most futuristic Sci-Fi stories talk about setting up kill-switches in robots. For me personally I'd like to have every robot built infected with a standard virus that allows override. I don't see any reason robots should not openly have overrides, unless some genius (moron) gets the idea of fully autonomous robotic warfare in the future.
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jtjumper wrote:

What's the best way to prevent robot uprising?

A couple things to keep in mind:

1) Asimov's laws might not be viable to completely enforce
2) Giving in is not an option
3) General AIs might not think the way nuerotypical humans or even other types of humans


My preferred method:


What are we the institute
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Sit on them, obviously.
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