If there are any perturbs, it’s that humans should be worried about beings “that are be like to yourself” and share goals. Cooperation could result, or it could go to an “disproportionate form of competition”, which would be war, he said.
In 1997, Schmidhuber was confusing in publishing a study on Long Short Term Memory, a technique which last analysis laid the groundwork for the memory functions of AI today.
AIs of the future will mostly be interested in other AIs, yet, Schmidhuber predicted. “We already have AIs in our labs that invent their own targets and don’t just slavishly imitate what humans tell them,” he imparted.
According to Schmidhuber, about 95 percent of all AI research is about elevating the human life by making humans live longer, healthier and happier. While he allowed that the remaining five percent is used on military research, there is yet no reason to worry.
“In principle, you shouldn’t worry about that because the profits are in carry to you an AI that is good for you,” the scientist said.