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  • I keep thinking about chips in my head and three D printing kids, so just talk about that briefly.

  • So say the singularity happens at 2045.

  • And the point is, is, even if it's 24 to 5, or even if it's 2095 or 22 95 the point is, it's gonna happen.

  • Yeah, right.

  • And most people will agree it's gonna happen, right?

  • I don't know if most people on the planet will agree it's gonna happen, but it's gonna happen anyway.

  • Okay, Regardless, um, what does this look like?

  • I got chips in my head.

  • I'm three d printing kids.

  • Like what?

  • Explain to me like, what is that life look like?

  • I think I think we're gonna have a lot more choice over what that life looks like.

  • Then we do right now, and there's going to be a lot more diversity of what different people's lives look like, Right?

  • So I mean, I mean cause virtual reality will advent so mean 11 possibility will be you just give up your body and upload yourself into a computer.

  • You could just live in various virtual reality video game type worlds, right in the eternity.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly.

  • It could be with every game you want, so that it was almost like presents.

  • One option now, another option.

  • I mean, just like we have the Amish people now who live in in Pennsylvania, in the U.

  • S.

  • And they they don't like to use electricity very much.

  • They farm, and they maintain the old fashioned traditional lifestyle by choice.

  • And they're very thoughtful about which technologies they choose to use, at which point in time, like they realized, cell phones are valuable for saving lives and certain purposes.

  • So they discuss, Okay, we'll have phones.

  • But we'll keep him turned off most of the time and will only turn him on in in this context and so forth, right?

  • So I think there will be people who want Teoh maintained a traditional human lifestyle and just like the Amish now, when they maintained the traditional you know, farming lifestyle similar to us from the 18 hundreds.

  • And my hope is those people will be allowed to do that also so that then you you could get a lot of different communities which have sort of different rules about what to do right.

  • You could imagine somewhere really retro.

  • And they don't want you to three d print babies that they won't be the to make him.

  • They make him the old fashioned way, right?

  • Right.

  • You could imagine others who want to maintain very given human form and go about doing things in the biological human world, but aren't hung up on using advanced technology within the context.

  • But then, I mean, if you imagines, imagine, say, London was like a human preserve, right?

  • So people that want to remain in their human bodies and living sort of human like lives rather than uploading into video game worlds refusing with superhuman ai, what would London look like in that context?

  • Well, no one has to work for a living anymore, so there's no more.

  • There's no more offices and jobs, right?

  • Because stuff that you need could just be three d printed in and provided Teoh.

  • And, you know, the tube can run automatically controlled by by eyes.

  • You know you don't need you don't need people operating.

  • So then what?

  • Three d printing babies?

  • Of course, there's limited space in London, still right?

  • So I mean, if people don't die they would have to be some limit on producing new humans, or Earl are all the space gets filled up?

  • It remains those rules, like you say, Putin said.

  • Whoever creates the AI rules, the world I will say this is is London that it's still a democracy at this point is that should be democratically.

  • What if Russia develops the AI and then it rules the world.

  • But by this point, there will be a ISAT, a vastly more powerful and intelligent than human beings.

  • So I would view the democracy in the future Human London like this.

  • Sort of like the student council in high school.

  • Something doesn't mean anything.

  • Well, it means something to the students, right?

  • And so they're basically our overlords.

  • The A eyes are over.

  • Yeah, but they're very chill overlords.

  • They don't care.

  • There's no reason.

  • In a super ai is going to care about regulating the details of human life.

  • No reason.

  • What would it I mean?

  • I think I have us around.

  • Well, that's a different question, right?

  • So I mean, consider, like the squirrels in the park or the ants in your backyard, right?

  • Like, yeah, if you want to put up a new house you may bulldoze over those intends to put up the house.

  • Yeah, and just because you don't care that much and and they're in your way and that that's one thing.

  • But there's very little.

  • You have very little interest in choosing which worker and gets to mate with the Queen Edge, for example.

  • Right?

  • You could, but it's not really worth your time.

  • You're dealing with other stuff, and you don't have a lot of interest in which and get lives in which hole or something, right?

  • So I think this scenario where eyes want enslave people or interfere with the minutiae of human life, I think that those air very unlike unlikely possibilities.

  • I think there is a plausible possibility, whereas they're just much smarter and more intelligent and better than us.

  • And they treat us the same way we treat squirrels, Aaron, right, which is just not the best.

  • And we have a consciousness.

  • So we leave someone on national parks.

  • I mean, some way don't want think those species, but that you were the consciousness.

  • We have a country and we have organic Well, the conscience we have somewhere l the I'm not that matter.

  • That may well have more than ours is not that strong in the end as you can see in the human world around you.

  • So I think there's a set of possible realities with the AI wants to help take care of humans out of love and compassion in nostalgia.

  • Right?

  • And there's this gratitude for creating it and there's a still get old.

  • After all, there's a set of realities.

  • Were the ai is just indifferent t humans and both of those I need to be thought about, I think the set of realities were the eyes malevolent to us or monster, enslave us or meddle in details of human affairs that just seems extremely remote and unlikely no.

I keep thinking about chips in my head and three D printing kids, so just talk about that briefly.

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