Conversation with ChatGpt.

I’ve been curious about how natural a conversation would feel with ChatGPT, so I took advantage of a test session this evening.

Humans Adjusting to AI.

Me: How well do you think humans will adjust to the growth of AI?

ChatGpt: As an AI language model, I don’t have personal opinions or beliefs, but I can provide information based on existing research and expert opinions.

The growth of AI is likely to bring significant changes to various aspects of our lives, including the way we work, communicate, and even think. While some people may be hesitant or even fearful of these changes, many experts believe that humans are adaptable and will adjust to the growth of AI.

One important factor in how well humans adjust to AI growth will be the extent to which AI is designed and implemented in a way that considers human needs and values. For example, if AI is developed with a focus on augmenting human capabilities and improving quality of life, rather than replacing humans or prioritizing profit over social benefits, then it is likely that people will be more receptive to these changes.

Additionally, education and training will play a crucial role in helping people adapt to the growth of AI. Providing opportunities for people to learn about AI, develop new skills, and collaborate with AI systems can help to mitigate fears and build trust in these technologies.

Overall, while there may be challenges and adjustments required, many experts believe that humans have the potential to adapt to the growth of AI and create a future that benefits both humans and AI systems.

Me: Physicists have suggested that eventually, bites of data may surpass the volume of atoms on our planet. How do you think that will affect life on earth?

ChatGPT: If the amount of data created by humans continues to increase at an exponential rate, it is possible that eventually, the volume of data will surpass the number of atoms on our planet. This hypothetical scenario, known as the “data explosion,” has been discussed by physicists and computer scientists as a potential future outcome.

If this were to happen, it could have a significant impact on life on Earth in several ways. One of the primary challenges would be managing and processing such a massive amount of data. This could require new technologies and infrastructure to be developed, as well as new approaches to data storage, retrieval, and analysis.

Another potential impact could be on the environment. The energy consumption required to store and process such a vast amount of data could have a significant carbon footprint and contribute to climate change. Additionally, the production and disposal of electronic devices and equipment used to store and process data could have negative environmental consequences.

Furthermore, the increasing amount of data could raise concerns about privacy and security. As more personal information is collected and stored, there is a risk of data breaches, identity theft, and other forms of cybercrime.

Overall, while the idea of a data explosion is still largely speculative, it highlights the need for careful consideration of the long-term impacts of our increasing reliance on data and technology. It also underscores the importance of responsible data management, including data privacy and security, as well as environmentally sustainable approaches to technology development and use.

Me: Some scientists have suggested that the sheer volume of data may lead to a fifth state of matter. Do you concur?

As an AI language model, I don’t have personal opinions or beliefs, but I can provide information based on existing research and expert opinions.

The concept of a fifth state of matter related to the volume of data is a relatively new and speculative idea, and it is still being explored by researchers. Some scientists have suggested that the enormous amount of data generated by modern society may behave in ways that resemble a physical substance, leading to the possibility of a fifth state of matter. This theoretical state has been called “data liquid.”

In a data liquid, the vast amounts of data generated by individuals and organizations would exhibit properties such as viscosity, fluidity, and flow. This would allow data to be shaped and manipulated in ways that are similar to how physical matter can be molded and transformed.

However, it’s important to note that this idea is still in its early stages, and there is currently no experimental evidence to support the existence of a data liquid. Moreover, it’s unclear how this hypothetical state of matter would be relevant in practical applications, if at all.

While the concept of a fifth state of matter related to data is intriguing and thought-provoking, it remains to be seen whether it will be scientifically validated and have practical implications. As with any emerging scientific concept, more research and experimentation are needed to fully understand its potential implications and applications.

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Microsoft lays off an ethical AI team as it doubles down on OpenAI

From Hubble AI Advisory originally published on by Rebecca Bellan

Microsoft laid off an entire team dedicated to guiding AI innovation that leads to ethical, responsible and sustainable outcomes. The cutting of the ethics and society team, as reported by Platformer, is part of a recent spate of layoffs that affected 10,000 employees across the company. The elimination of the team comes as Microsoft invests […]AI ethic

Microsoft lays off an ethical AI team as it doubles down on OpenAI

Amount of Data we create; changing the world we live in

We’re generating more and more data daily. Some physicists suggest that by the next century that the sheer volume of data will overcome atoms on the planet

This will lead us, eventually, to a 5th state of matter. A man made matter; the Bose-Einsten Condensate

We can only imagine that AI will continue to influence every facet of mankind’s human experience. It’s hard to wrap my head around the idea of what our lives will become.

Will our experience resemble a sophisticated virtual reality where we enter into that world for medical care, education, and business transactions? Mark Zuckerberg certainly seems to believe, so having invested so heavily into his metaverse. Will we even leave our homes?

Will AI replace us?

Computer generated artificial intelligence is faster and, probably, more efficient than we are. And as far as we know, it doesn’t suffer fatigue or burn-out either. Without the distractions humans face daily, ai may be better at a lot of things that we do professionally. That could generate a lot of income for companies, certainly for management. Ai may also one day influence our relationships. For instance, help us compose a perfect love sonnets, or our virtual concierge may help us find the perfect get-away.

On the downside, the prospect of losing our jobs to Ai is bad, but the fact that Ai has the potential to totally disrupt our ability to judge truth from a lie is really troubling. In the wrong hands, Ai could help spread disinformation and misinformation, making informed and intelligent decisions ourselves all the more challenging.

So far, humans still have plenty of advantages over the machine as well. While Ai doesn’t experience sadness, happiness, or distress, those experiences do influence our behavior, performance, and quality of life. We can see the results in great works of art and literature. They also contribute to how we see others and interact with them in our relationships. Those qualities make us human. Our advantage over the machine has been our human experiences. Our empathy, our compassion, and heartbreak teach us empathy. Can a program ever experience the same?

So far, there seems to be limitations on AI in expressing genuine human emotions and passion. For example, at the behest of a Nick Cave fan, ChatGPT was asked to compose a song in the style of Nick Cave. In an article published in January 2023 by the Guardian, Cave opined that the lyrics were “a grotesque mockery of what it is to be human.”

This year, AI has really taken center stage because of recent advances in AI and the rise of AI chat and search such as Bing’s and chatGPT.

Google LaMDA, which hasn’t gone public yet, has earned a lot of buzz recently. An engineer, Blake Lemoine, who worked on the program, was fired for breach confidentiality when he declared the AI he was working on had attained sentience. In an op-ed he wrote for Newsweek in February 2023, he claimed that through testing, he came to believe the AI expressed genuine emotions. He also expressed concerns about the use of ai in the wrong hands.

ChatGPT has launched an ambitious set of IA that you can test out for yourself on their website. They also host an impressive library of research regarding this state of the art technology.

Compounding fears within the big-Tech industry is the layoffs of thousands of skilled workers as intelligent machines learn to program themselves. Furthermore, content can be created by these futuristic machines that test the boundaries between what is real and what isn’t. Will we even be able to tell whether a work of art or writing is the result of AI or human beings in the near future? It’s difficult to say. Having said all that, we still have some advantages over the machines for one thing; apparently, some AI are terrible in math.

Here’s an interesting YouTube measuring sentience as we understand it.

Human cognition light

Cognitive scientists explore the complex processes that interact as we learn. Sensory information such as sight, touch, and smell are all combined with our memories and experiences, and then that data is processed by the systems within our brains to integrate, organize, and initiate learning.

It seems that human brains organize information as it’s received by storing it modules and parts of the brain for further processing. This is a highly efficient way to sort data because it’s easy to retrieve relevant data when it’s needed quickly. For example, it isn’t necessary for us to have personally seen touched or smelt a morning dove to realize it’s a bird. It has feathers, wings and a beak. Drawing from our prior experience with birds, we label the Dove a bird. It will remain a bird in our module unless there is new information that counters that grouping.

The modules of data sets are located in distinct areas of the brain, as well as regions associated with cognition including; the posterior cingulate, medial prefrontal cortices, precuneus, medial parietal cortex, inferior parietal cortices and the the hippocampus. These parts relate to self-referential processing, temporal or tense processing, episodic memory, and future oriented thought.

Artificial intelligence is possible after decades of research on the human brain

Artificial intelligence is possible after decades of research on human cognition. Researchers have identified not only how we learn but also the structures and regions in our brains that allow us to do so. By emulating the human brain, scientists have programmed incredible instances of AI that challenge us to question what is the very nature of intelligence and, ultimately, consciousness.


Advances in AI have posed many questions regarding the unknown role Artificial intelligence will play in the future of human beings. We will attempt to address these issues and more as we explore the tense, temporal, logic and reality of intelligence, ai and human, here now

Advances to Ai are the result of decades of research on human cognition or how we learn, retain, and manage information.