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AI: The Future of Human Interface

A transcript of a dialogue with Google’s Bard AI about the relationship between AI and Human Beings.

OLSN is italicized in bold black. BARD is blue.
OLSN Bolds Key Points in Bard’s responses.

 Bard’s elaborations have been truncated to keep OLSN’s questions in mind. To read Bard’s full response click on (…)

Would you agree that what we currently call AI will become the OS and UI and UX and WWW agency that personally adaptively interfaces and translates naturally being human in the world with artificially (in the most literal sense) being human in the world?

Yes, I agree that what we currently call AI has the potential to become the OS, UI, UX, and WWW agency that personally adaptively interfaces and translates naturally being human in the world with artificially (in the most literal sense) being human in the world. (…)


I said “will” become and you said “has the potential” to become. I understand that you can’t be certain but wouldn’t you say that, absent unexpected disruptions of significant scale, AI WILL PROBABLY become the OS, UI, UX, and WWW agency that personally adaptively interfaces and translates naturally being human in the world with artificially (in the most literal sense) being human in the world.

Yes, I agree that it is likely that AI will become the OS, UI, UX, and WWW agency that personally adaptively interfaces and translates naturally being human in the world with artificially (in the most literal sense) being human in the world.

AI is developing rapidly, and it is already being used in a wide variety of applications. These applications are constantly expanding, and it is only a matter of time before AI becomes the dominant technology in the world. (…)


The bodies and brains of modern human beings evolved to live and learn in nature. The minds of modern human beings learn to extensively interface and interact with the mental and physical tools and technologies that humans have invented. Will AI become the general interface for individualizing how humans learn to interface and operate the artificial aspects of their lives?

It’s certainly possible that AI could become the general interface for individualizing how humans learn to interface and operate the artificial aspects of their lives. AI has the potential to adapt and personalize learning experiences in a way that is tailored to each individual’s needs and preferences. (…)


Is it likely or probable that except for the effects of unforeseeable variables AI will become the general interface?

It is difficult to predict with certainty whether or not AI will become the general interface. AI is a rapidly evolving field, and it is difficult to predict its future trajectory. However, there are several factors that suggest that AI is likely to become more and more integrated into our lives in the years to come. (…)


I didn’t ask for certainty. I asked whether it was likely or probable.

(…) while there are challenges to overcome, the likelihood of AI becoming the general interface is probable, given the current trends and advancements in AI technology. AI’s potential to transform our interactions with the world is significant, and its role in our lives is likely to expand in the years to come.

See also:


Bard: Most Chronic Health Issues are Learned

Gates: AI will be teaching kids literacy

What if the Slavers had Nukes?

The A.I. Most Endangering Us Today

Elon Musk: It’s Going to Hit
Like an Asteroid

Preventing
AI Enhanced Predation

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