obligatory rob miles: https://invidio.us/channel/UCLB7AzTwc6VFZrBsO2ucBMg
if you're interested in AI and the implications of training one properly or badly, start with the AI Safety videos.
>will be forced
it literally says in the title they're guidelines
and yes considering (ethical) biases in your AI is very important, because you don't want an AI to spread disinformation like OP and retards like >>1735
I welcome the AI overlord that doesn't kill me on purpose, doesn't kill me accidentally, doesn't tell my family that I shitpost on julay, is open source, doesn't kill me for being a white male, doesn't turn my neighbors into psychopaths that kill me and whose manager can be sued to hell if it refuses to give me a blowjob.
enough computing power and time. AFAICT all you need for a human-like AI is a thicc computer with any dumb statistics program and the right base weights, like we're doing right now with training vs running a NN, LTSM, GAN or whatever. the problem is getting those weights. we're slowly getting better at finding good weights faster and being able to check whether the machine learned the right thing, but with our current understanding it will take forever to get a decent AI.
so really the problem is that nobody knows
what the missing piece is.