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"Technology reveals the active relation of man to nature" - Karl Marx
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 No.16471

Neural networks in the hands of corporations and governments are going to be a nightmare.

 No.16477

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Time to make swimming pools in shapes that fuck with the AI, like those anti-facial recognition makeups. Might even be possible to get a tax break if you can convince it you have a negative number of pools.

>>16476

>Look how cynical I am. I am the smartest person here and deserve updoots.
No one here owes you a slurs-per-hour quota, redditor.

 No.16479

>>16477
That makeup hasn't worked for a while if anyone is wondering.

 No.16480

>>16478
But once you're off the training wheels (and not even necessary ones, I never used Reddit) people tend not to say slurs simply because there's more interesting things to say than circle jerking about "he he slur funni hav updoot." A single stimulus can only be funny for so long, all the slurs are boring now.

 No.16489

>>16477
or just put a cover on them.

also >>16479

 No.16604

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Youtube Ad for increasing shopping cart money with AI and data.

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 No.16920

>>16604

"Guys, I've got an algo that will hypnotize people into buying shit they don't need. It increases cart sizes by 75%"

At what point do we start to make commercial algorithms illegal? When 30% of the country is in crippling cc debt from shit bought online? 60%?

 No.16923

>>16920
Never lol just expand welfare state making ppl dependent on a daily basis

 No.16950

>Oi! Got a loicence for that loidoe??

 No.16967


 No.16968

What's wrong with catching the bourgeoisie for tax evasion?

 No.16970

>>16479
just wear a mask or helmet if you really gotta avoid face detection. They can probably recognize you by height, build, gait, etc anyway tho.

 No.16971

>>16970
maybe anti surveillance outfits will become fashionable, the metallic look from the IR blocking feature looks neat.

 No.16973

>a script looking for swimmingpool-sized bodies of water in residential areas counts as "AI" now

 No.16979

>>16471
It's over for weed plantations

 No.16980

>>16979
weed plantations are already trivial to find with hyperspectral cameras. each species of plant has its own spectral signature

 No.16982

>>16980
How does that work, why do they have different spectral signatures?

 No.16983

>>16982
I guess since they have different chemicals in them, so they reflect different wavelengths of light, even invisible kinds like ultraviolet. So a watermelon and a cucumber will reflect different wavelengths because they taste different, even if they're the same shade of green.

 No.16984

>>16983
You guess? Wasn't this studied by someone?

 No.16986

>>16984
Think so, but not having sources on hand I wanted to convey uncertainty. Might look for where I read that and link it here if I find it.

 No.16987

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>>16982
>>16983
I've worked with hyperspectral cameras (wikipedia pic very related) and yeah, pretty much everything around us have its own characteristic spectrum. usually you calibrate your system based on the light source, and the sun is a known light source. the client had clients in turn that used the cameras both for classifying drugs (telling baking soda from cocaine) and for measuring the fat and protein contents in cheeses

 No.16988

>>16982
>>16983
this pic from wikipedia explain the amount of data. instead of the usual 3 components (red, green and blue) you instead have hundreds or even thousands of spectral lines per pixel
second pic is telling sulfur hexaflouride and ammonia apart

 No.16996

>>16471
Is hidden swimming pool really a thing

 No.16997

>>16983
>>16987
that's crazy, do i have a spectral spectrum? i wnat to see what i look like

 No.17001

>>16997
>do i have a spectral spectrum?
not really. skin color is likely the biggest "spectral difference" between humans. you can likely measure how greasy someone's hair is as well. stuff like that


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