Can we just accept that with all this AI shit and the upcoming AI brain chips, reading as a whole is essentially done, finished.

Can we just accept that with all this AI shit and the upcoming AI brain chips, reading as a whole is essentially done, finished. Its over.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Not on my watch.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    oof madonne

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    These neuronal implants cannot encode into the hippocampus directly. You can't upload into biological tissue. At best books through neurolink would be a digitized audio not disimilar to a cochlear implant with perhaps a 4x speed if the user is trained and focused. Neurolink will be more useful for controlling outside of the body than in it.

    The real application for neurosurgery which has existed for at least several decades is DBS which would replace the need for reading or any other cope activity. If placed at the correct locations, it would provide bliss at the press of a button. Total pleasure beyond that which can be experienced with sex, food, or drugs. I can tell you first hand opiates are underwhelming. No real euphoria and cooming for me is more psychologically addictive. With DBS it would be a nonstop orgasm for as long as the button is pressed. Rats would press it and ignore food and drink. There's actually nothing stopping a neurosurgeon from performing the surgery today, just a matter of him being willing and you having the cash since it would be cosmetic rather than medical. If I found one willing to do it, I would take out a payday loan regardless of the interest rate and get the operation immediately.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Shameful post.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone getting neural implants is a moron. Enjoy becoming a literal thrall of the communo-fascist global state. You WILL become killable remotely with a simple switch.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      And having the freedom to depart this god forsaken earth at one's whim is le bad because........?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This, it's incredible the default normie state is just to accept this shit. It's like people don't understand (or even worse, don't care) that the same thing that happened to your smartphone, your computer, your Ring camera, etc. etc. etc. will happen to YOU if you let these frickers put shit in your brain. What the frick is wrong with people.

      >heh, enjoy getting left behind in the brave new world you won't be able to make money

      You won't even be a human being, you'll be a drone with a compromised mind.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        As opposed to what starving in the street as you watch the android who took your job go to work?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          This anon is right, most likely it will be a requirement in the future in order to survive whatever corporate dystopian system is in place

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          No, I suppose it'll just gradually kick off violence between those who do versus those who don't and those who don't will lose. But it doesn't matter at that point because the chipcucks have committed a form of suicide. The best case scenario for this kind of thing is they just subtly influence your thoughts and behaviors with low tech options (i.e. they can subtly make you think or do things with electrical pulses) compared to nightmare mode where they can make you think and do very specific things. You will be a literal robot at that point so you're no better off than the luddites who die. The techbros have won and literally own your soul. They might even figure out how to make you a philosophical zombie who is dead inside and they would definitely do it if they could.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    NO ONE wants to be a computer. You're delusional if you think that A.I. will play out how the elites want.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >NO ONE wants to be a computer.
      lmfao, millions of people will PAY to get those chips in their brains

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Brain chips and "information downloading" are refuted by the simple observation that knowledge is not "information" in the sense of some propositionally structured mentalese that could be mirrored ("stored") by a computer, knowledge is something that has to be "integrated" in a way that fundamentally transforms the constitution of the knower, and then maintained as a habitus (a dynamic process in which it continues to grow organically as a part of the knower, and in turn cause him to grow as a whole, in a holistic process that produces emergent complexity). A well-known and easily accessible example of this is the difference often drawn between mathematical intuition and formal proof. A computer can "read" a proof, and a person can memorize the steps in the proof without understanding them. But the intuition only comes after a long period of "working through" the proof, seeing it from different angles, etc. This is fundamentally a process of self-transformation, stresses are being applied to the knower in his initial state of knowing and he is "stretching" to encompass a new intuition, a new vantage point on entities he already has partial knowledge of. Furthermore, every person's process of knowing/intuiting new truths will be unique to that person, an irreducibly unique and unpredictable outcome of the interaction between the "crystallized" truth (in language, in a book, etc.) and the knower's standpoint, at the moment he begins knowing the new knowledge.

    The mind is not a flat blackboard on which "bits" of information can be written, it is an organic process into which knowledge is woven and absorbed by the organism, becoming part of it and making it something other than it was. The best a brain chip can do is present information, which is what our existing media already do. The worst a brain chip can do is confuse people into thinking that rote memorization or "computations" of surface-level factoids equals knowledge. It would be like throwing out the entire history of mathematical intuition, which is where innovation actually originates, so that you could have a really really powerful LLM that is still just a hallucinating piece of shit. LLMs are moronic because they are inorganic, they are stateless autocomplete engines. Human consciousness is fundamentally organic, dynamic, and temporal.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You base your entire hypothesis on the fact that the brain chip technology is lacking.
      Which may be true for the current technology, but it's an argument easily defeated by time.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >sir, our research shows the users enjoy watching a show called The Sopranos
    >very good, we'll use it on our next demoralization psyop

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >demoralization psyop
      This is all ongoing moron.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a content writer who has been working in this field for 10+ years. I've managed to automate most of my job using AI and LLMs. I don't think that copywriting will really be a job in 10 years or so, but I also don't think that novels are going anywhere. The only reason I can automate my writing is because it's business writing, not creative writing. Good novels will always need humans to write them. I guess maybe nonfiction could be AI generated in some cases, but even then I'm not so sure.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    True AI is so far into the future it’s literally only science fiction. What tech marketing to selling investors on for the next hype cycle are advanced applications of search engines. Data scientists are leveraging very large data sets, fast CPUs and internet access to expand search engines into language images and even video data. It has NOTHING to do with real AI that’s just marketing. Nothing IQfy will change even slightly.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >True AI
      Whats true AI?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Human-like intelligence. Often called AGI (Artificial General Intelligence). We have so precious little knowledge of human intelligence as a system the idea of creating an artificial version of it is something which is possible only in the broadest theoretical sense, ie, our brains work so we should be able to replicate them in some manner. We aren’t even at the first step of actually accomplishing that.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I get what you're saying but I mean just look at the rate of how things are advancing, look at gpt-4o. Just imagine how everything will be in a few years

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          supreme cope. like manufacturing trends for the last 100 years have it doesn't have to be good. It only has to be "good enough." Automated copy-paste bots are not intelligent, but neither are humans.

          you also fail to grasp the growth curve of AI—it's exponential. Life will occur twice as fast these next 10 years as the last ten.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >le exponentially
            Then why do the latest outcomes point to a logarithmic growth instead? Average of averages is only making future toasters dumber.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >accept that with all this AI shit
    We've been doing nothing by accept hopes and dreams of moronic ai visionaries ala Musk and Altman and all that gotten us is a dumb toaster that only gets dumber as they build more. We don't have ai, we have a novel emergent concept of leveraging human knowledge via algebra that circumvents copyright law (for now), but it's not intelligence.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Well if that's what you really think then I suppose there isn't anything I could do to convince you.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No. Saged and hidden.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    homosexual ASS CORNHOLIN wienerSUCKERS LIKE WHO MADE THIS THREAD, HE SHOULD FRICKIN DIE

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      /lit/, whatever happened there
      >Whatever happened there???
      Yeah, with the shitposts
      >WHATEVER HAPPENED THERE???
      God rest the board's soul
      I'LL TELL YOU WHAT HAPPENED, THIS PIECE OF SHIT POSTED SIX GARBAGE THREADS ON MY BOARD WITH ABSOLUTELY NO PROVOCATION WHAT SO EVER

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      GOFAI, whatever happened there

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Speaking as someone who has a BA in STEM and did an internship at an AI company.
    No one here thinks LLM will became AGI.
    AGI is a scam word.
    LLM will only threaten profitable activities.
    And reading is not a profitable activity.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Books sell for money you know

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        reading them doesn't

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I can't even imagine the npc mentality that would lead to someone being afraid they'll be replaced by AI. Utterly pathetic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Only NPCs refuse to accept that AI is a life-denying process and the inevitable conclusion is the total mechanization of man. AI won't just replace man, man will replace itself to be subservient to the machine.

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >HURRR SELF DRIVING CARS YOU WON'T NEED CARR ANYMORE
    >DURRRRR AI TAKE OUR JOBS YOU WON'T HAVE TO WORK ANYMORE
    >HEEEEE META VERSE REAL WORLD DON'T MATTER NO MORE
    >WAHOOOOO BUG PROTEIN FOR EVERYONE NO MEAT ANYMORE
    yet i still have to drive, i still have to work, i still have to exist in the real world, i still eat meat. they keep saying shit is going to change the world so i should just give up every thing i do every day, but it seems like the can keeps getting kicked down the road. not that i want any of this shit to happen, but it just seems like hype every single time. i can't just put on some VR headset and live in a metaverse with nutrients getting pumped into me all day and a catheter removing waste, so why should i give a shit about all these snake oil technologies that supposedly are going to revolutionize the world every other day? I remember when they said 3D movies were the wave of the future (and that was after they said that since like the 1950's) and it was absolute bullshit. Seems like there's no way to truly prepare for revolutionary changes, so until they're here, I will continue to interact with reality as it appears to me. your post feels like a buzzfeed or apple news article

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