I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge

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« Reply #11670 on: February 10, 2020, 12:47:51 AM »
Well, if you can prove that Christina has been in space, I pay you €1M!
Let me guess, all evidence that actually proves that she was in space is actually fake, Right?

Meanwhile, SpaceX next starship is getting ready for its first 20km hop within the next 2-6 months. Orbital later this year.
It seems Americans will be launching to the ISS within the next few months from a US rocket again.
And there are now more private firms launching stuff into space than ever before.

We will go from about 5 000 satellites launched from the 1960's to 2019, mostly by governments. Then about 12 000 to 40 000+ 99% from private companies from 2020-2030.

Access to space is getting a lot easier, and the big shift is happening now.

All this while Old people here think that going to space is impossible

Just study what I say.
1. Space travel from Earth is always one way = no way to return.
2. All satellites launched from Earth enter Earth orbits and remain there for ever = no way to change orbit.
3. And that's it!
Nobody can tell me what humans incl. American idiots of both sexes shall do in space ... that cannot be done by a robot.
And nobody can tell me - topic - fuel required for a short trip and how to return safely.
My Challenge is of course still open. Christina Koch & Co has not participated even after spending a year in orbit = plenty time to describe everything. I just feel sorry for her being fucked by her employer and part of a criminal fraud.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11671 on: February 10, 2020, 01:02:39 AM »
Of course she "failed to win" your FAKE "Challenge"! All you ask is has been answered long long ago but you are too dumb to understand it!

And rather than admit your abysmal ignorance you claim that all these scientists and engineers are liars!
All I see in your is someone sitting right up there on the Dunning-Kruger Peak of Mt Stupid!

Here go and learn about it in Wisdom of the Hands.
Well, if you can prove that Christina has been in space, I pay you €1M!
You have never given any evidence that crewed space missions are not possible.
And never given any evidence that atmospheric re-entry is not possible.

Here are some interesting re-entry videos, enjoy!

Ballistic Reentry vs Aerodynamic Reentry by Scott Manley
   
Soyuz 4 & 5 - Docking, Spacewalks and Nearly
Burning Up In The Atmosphere by Scott Manley
Watch and learn!

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11672 on: February 10, 2020, 01:08:26 AM »
Just study what I say.
1. Space travel from Earth is always one way = no way to return.
2. All satellites launched from Earth enter Earth orbits and remain there for ever = no way to change orbit.
3. And that's it!
Nobody can tell me what humans incl. American idiots of both sexes shall do in space ... that cannot be done by a robot.
And nobody can tell me - topic - fuel required for a short trip and how to return safely.
My Challenge is of course still open. Christina Koch & Co has not participated even after spending a year in orbit = plenty time to describe everything. I just feel sorry for her being fucked by her employer and part of a criminal fraud.
1. Lots of evidence that proves otherwise. But your old, we get it.
2. So glad that the concept of conservation of momentum is never required in Marine safety.
3. Concerning what robots can do. Have you seen the DARPA robotic challenges. The most high tech robots are right now just able to do what a 2 year old can do without thinking. So robots are not very capable as much as everyone thinks the terminator movies are a documentary. 1 person on Mars would be able to do everything that all the mars rovers have ever been able to do in one week. Robots are no where close to replacing humans.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11673 on: February 10, 2020, 02:31:46 AM »
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Just study what I say.
1. Space travel from Earth is always one way = no way to return.
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What absolute trash! How was this photo taken and processed?

Zond-7 photo of Earth on August 9 1969
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Zond 7

Zond 7, a formal member of the Soviet Zond program and unmanned version of Soyuz 7K-L1 manned Moon-flyby spacecraft, the first truly successful test of L1, was launched towards the Moon from a mother spacecraft (69-067B) on a mission of further studies of the Moon and circumlunar space, to obtain color photography of Earth and the Moon from varying distances, and to flight test the spacecraft systems. Earth photos were obtained on August 9, 1969. On August 11, 1969, the spacecraft flew past the Moon at a distance of 1984.6 km and conducted two picture taking sessions. Zond 7 reentered Earth's atmosphere on August 14, 1969, and achieved a soft landing in a preset region south of Kustanai, Kazakhstan.

Like other Zond circumlunar craft, Zond 7 used a relatively uncommon technique called skip reentry to shed velocity upon returning to Earth. Of all circumlunar Zond craft launches, Zond 7 would have been the first to make a safe flight for a crew had it been manned.

The return capsule is on display at the Orevo Facility of Bauman University in Dmitrov, Russia.
And both NASA and ROSCOSMOS were doing atmospheric re-entry long before that.
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2. All satellites launched from Earth enter Earth orbits and remain there for ever = no way to change orbit.
Russia.
Total rubbish but we expect no more from you!

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3. And that's it!
Nobody can tell me what humans incl. American idiots of both sexes shall do in space ... that cannot be done by a robot.
Of course "they" can tell you that and if you weren't such a lazy useless conspiratard you could learn that for yourself!
But one thing that "cannot be done by a robot" is to research the effects of weightlessness etc on the human body!

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And nobody can tell me - topic - fuel required for a short trip and how to return safely.
Of course "they" can tell you that! Ask SpaceX, their Crew Dragon took a load of supplies to the ISS then safely returned.

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I just feel sorry for her being fucked by her employer and part of a criminal fraud.
Your continual lies make  you the only criminal around here.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11674 on: February 10, 2020, 02:47:04 AM »
Just study what I say.
1. Space travel from Earth is always one way = no way to return.
2. All satellites launched from Earth enter Earth orbits and remain there for ever = no way to change orbit.
3. And that's it!
Nobody can tell me what humans incl. American idiots of both sexes shall do in space ... that cannot be done by a robot.
And nobody can tell me - topic - fuel required for a short trip and how to return safely.
My Challenge is of course still open. Christina Koch & Co has not participated even after spending a year in orbit = plenty time to describe everything. I just feel sorry for her being fucked by her employer and part of a criminal fraud.
1. Lots of evidence that proves otherwise. But your old, we get it.
2. So glad that the concept of conservation of momentum is never required in Marine safety.
3. Concerning what robots can do. Have you seen the DARPA robotic challenges. The most high tech robots are right now just able to do what a 2 year old can do without thinking. So robots are not very capable as much as everyone thinks the terminator movies are a documentary. 1 person on Mars would be able to do everything that all the mars rovers have ever been able to do in one week. Robots are no where close to replacing humans.
Thanks.
I am old but still going on and I am now in AI! What is it?
It is Artificial Intelligence.
Non-human brain cells that are much better than mine, yours or anybodies.
Thus BAD News. I will soon be replaced by AI. And robots.
GOOD News is that it will never happen.
Reason is that AI is a stupid as winning my Challenge (topic). Impossible.
But me ... without AI ... give you another chance! Contact any AI expert you know to help you win my Challenge.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11675 on: February 10, 2020, 03:23:54 AM »
Just study what I say.
1. Space travel from Earth is always one way = no way to return.
2. All satellites launched from Earth enter Earth orbits and remain there for ever = no way to change orbit.
3. And that's it!
Nobody can tell me what humans incl. American idiots of both sexes shall do in space ... that cannot be done by a robot.
And nobody can tell me - topic - fuel required for a short trip and how to return safely.
My Challenge is of course still open. Christina Koch & Co has not participated even after spending a year in orbit = plenty time to describe everything. I just feel sorry for her being fucked by her employer and part of a criminal fraud.
1. Lots of evidence that proves otherwise. But your old, we get it.
2. So glad that the concept of conservation of momentum is never required in Marine safety.
3. Concerning what robots can do. Have you seen the DARPA robotic challenges. The most high tech robots are right now just able to do what a 2 year old can do without thinking. So robots are not very capable as much as everyone thinks the terminator movies are a documentary. 1 person on Mars would be able to do everything that all the mars rovers have ever been able to do in one week. Robots are no where close to replacing humans.
Thanks.
I am old but still going on and I am now in AI!
Don't you mean that you're old and now suffering from dementia, though you, the afflicted one, would be the last to know.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11676 on: February 10, 2020, 03:47:26 AM »
Just study what I say.
1. Space travel from Earth is always one way = no way to return.
2. All satellites launched from Earth enter Earth orbits and remain there for ever = no way to change orbit.
3. And that's it!
Nobody can tell me what humans incl. American idiots of both sexes shall do in space ... that cannot be done by a robot.
And nobody can tell me - topic - fuel required for a short trip and how to return safely.
My Challenge is of course still open. Christina Koch & Co has not participated even after spending a year in orbit = plenty time to describe everything. I just feel sorry for her being fucked by her employer and part of a criminal fraud.
1. Lots of evidence that proves otherwise. But your old, we get it.
2. So glad that the concept of conservation of momentum is never required in Marine safety.
3. Concerning what robots can do. Have you seen the DARPA robotic challenges. The most high tech robots are right now just able to do what a 2 year old can do without thinking. So robots are not very capable as much as everyone thinks the terminator movies are a documentary. 1 person on Mars would be able to do everything that all the mars rovers have ever been able to do in one week. Robots are no where close to replacing humans.
Thanks.
I am old but still going on and I am now in AI!
Don't you mean that you're old and now suffering from dementia, though you, the afflicted one, would be the last to know.
No, I just wonder about this Artificial Intelligence thing - a new technology to replace human brain cells.
Why would anyone replace his brain by something else??
I know US interests push this nonsense.
I just laugh at it. No American with or without AI has managed to win my Challenge.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11677 on: February 10, 2020, 03:51:01 AM »
Thanks.
I am old but still going on and I am now in AI! What is it?
It is Artificial Intelligence.
Non-human brain cells that are much better than mine, yours or anybodies.
Thus BAD News. I will soon be replaced by AI. And robots.
GOOD News is that it will never happen.
Reason is that AI is a stupid as winning my Challenge (topic). Impossible.
But me ... without AI ... give you another chance! Contact any AI expert you know to help you win my Challenge.
Ah, somehow you found out about something else you dont understand.
Yes, there is a lot going on that is far beyond you.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11678 on: February 10, 2020, 04:01:22 AM »
No, I just wonder about this Artificial Intelligence thing - a new technology to replace human brain cells.
Why would anyone replace his brain by something else??
I know US interests push this nonsense.
I just laugh at it. No American with or without AI has managed to win my Challenge.
This is actually an interesting topic, far more so than your obsession about poop in space. Thats old hat.

AI, is not one technology!
just as a rocket is not one technology either.

What we have at the moment are some algorithms that can do very cool things, but cant quite replicate human level intelligence. Even if we had to massively increase computing power.
We are a few breakthroughs away before we can do that.
One issue for example is the seer quantity of data that current algorithms need to learn something. Where as humans need very little. A person only needs one picture of a platypus to know what it looks like, whereas the Machine learning alternatives need thousands of pictures.

That said, the breakthroughs required to make the next steps could come quickly as more money is being fed into the system. The current "AI" systems are becoming very useful so there is a ton of research now going on in this direction. I dont think it will be long before the data size problem gets resolved.

Then we can get a true AI to shit post as Heiwa

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11679 on: February 10, 2020, 05:46:44 AM »

Then we can get a true AI to shit post as Heiwa


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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11680 on: February 10, 2020, 09:04:41 AM »
No, I just wonder about this Artificial Intelligence thing - a new technology to replace human brain cells.
Why would anyone replace his brain by something else??
I know US interests push this nonsense.
I just laugh at it. No American with or without AI has managed to win my Challenge.
This is actually an interesting topic, far more so than your obsession about poop in space. Thats old hat.

AI, is not one technology!
just as a rocket is not one technology either.

What we have at the moment are some algorithms that can do very cool things, but cant quite replicate human level intelligence. Even if we had to massively increase computing power.
We are a few breakthroughs away before we can do that.
One issue for example is the seer quantity of data that current algorithms need to learn something. Where as humans need very little. A person only needs one picture of a platypus to know what it looks like, whereas the Machine learning alternatives need thousands of pictures.

That said, the breakthroughs required to make the next steps could come quickly as more money is being fed into the system. The current "AI" systems are becoming very useful so there is a ton of research now going on in this direction. I dont think it will be long before the data size problem gets resolved.

Then we can get a true AI to shit post as Heiwa
According Yann Le Cun, professor at University of NY and in charge of Facebook AI research (imagine that!!!) one example of AI is AEBS! Advanced Emergency Braking System! It replaces the old ABS system I use at my bike, so I will not kill myself when braking. AEBS is much better than that! I don't have to brake at all. AEBS detects everything around my bike, etc, etc, bla, bla, bla, so I can watch porno violent hate terrorist videos instead while speeding around. But Yann Le Cun is not alone in AI! Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT professor, thinks AI is a "general purpose technology" that will solve all problems of the world ... 2040! So we have to wait for it.

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« Reply #11681 on: February 10, 2020, 09:23:59 AM »
You need to lay off the InfoWars, my friend.
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« Reply #11682 on: February 10, 2020, 10:02:00 AM »
You need to lay off the InfoWars, my friend.
And we need to stop feeding the troll.
Science is what happens when preconception meets verification.
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Besides, perhaps FET is a conspiracy too.
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« Reply #11683 on: February 10, 2020, 10:11:19 AM »
According Yann Le Cun, professor at University of NY and in charge of Facebook AI research (imagine that!!!) one example of AI is AEBS! Advanced Emergency Braking System! It replaces the old ABS system I use at my bike, so I will not kill myself when braking. AEBS is much better than that! I don't have to brake at all. AEBS detects everything around my bike, etc, etc, bla, bla, bla, so I can watch porno violent hate terrorist videos instead while speeding around. But Yann Le Cun is not alone in AI! Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT professor, thinks AI is a "general purpose technology" that will solve all problems of the world ... 2040! So we have to wait for it.
AI today is different computer algorithms trained using neural networks to identify patterns.
They have huge potential to do all kinds of amazing things, but they are not quite intelligence yet.

AEB systems are trained on those networks yes. And so is Facebooks Ad machine that feeds you bias reinforcing information to keep you there.
General AI, may be some way off. But based on the exponential growth of the field, it may be closer than a lot of people think. Once we get there we are all DOOMED! Or maybe saved from ourselves? WHo knows.

Also, listen to Yes, stay off InfoWars

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11684 on: February 10, 2020, 10:11:57 AM »
You need to lay off the InfoWars, my friend.
And we need to stop feeding the troll.
But then who will feed my ADHD?

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« Reply #11685 on: February 10, 2020, 12:03:30 PM »
You need to lay off the InfoWars, my friend.
And we need to stop feeding the troll.
But then who will feed my ADHD?
Well, there's always TotalLackey.  At least his "rockets don't work in a vacuum because of free expansion" shtick is based on an actual (but inappropriate) scientific principle.
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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11686 on: February 10, 2020, 04:14:37 PM »
You need to lay off the InfoWars, my friend.
And we need to stop feeding the troll.
But it's fun feeding the trolls. Don't you go to the zoo just to taunt the lions?

PS I don't either but ridiculing ignorant conspiritards like Heiwa is better and more educational  (to ME!)

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« Reply #11687 on: February 10, 2020, 06:33:27 PM »
You need to lay off the InfoWars, my friend.
And we need to stop feeding the troll.
But it's fun feeding the trolls. Don't you go to the zoo just to taunt the lions?

PS I don't either but ridiculing ignorant conspiritards like Heiwa is better and more educational  (to ME!)
HM, I always try to be up-to-date with the observations of media Fake News at my popular website.
I always keep it simple, i.e:
nuclear weapons, human space travel, the Estonia bow visor and the 911 Arabs destroying skyscrapers are just false information to fool Americans and others. Topic here is human space travel. No humans have ever been in space! One reason is that it is much better and cheaper to use robots up in space. So this American lady Christina Koch having spent a year in orbit is just not true.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11688 on: February 10, 2020, 07:13:50 PM »
So this American lady Christina Koch having spent a year in orbit is just not true.

As evidenced by?

Here's where I'm confounded:

- Schematics, data sheets, calculations have all been given to you to meet your challenge.
- Video, image evidence as well
- All in line with what you are asking for

Yet, you simply reply that it's 'fake news'

How might a challenge work if all evidence given you simply state as 'fake news'?

If everything has been provided to meet your challenge and then you just say "it's fake news" there is nothing that can be provided to meet your challenge.

Question: What exactly would it take and from whom to meet and exceed your challenge? Your website does not provide the answer as anything put forth is simply met by you with 'fake news'.

So, ostensibly, there really is no challenge as anything put forth is considered 'fake'. Am I right?
No. That sudden lurch forwards is the atmospheric slosh effect.

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« Reply #11689 on: February 10, 2020, 09:35:02 PM »
Topic here is human space travel. No humans have ever been in space! One reason is that it is much better and cheaper to use robots up in space. So this American lady Christina Koch having spent a year in orbit is just not true.

First point of order. The Thread was started because you cheated, read post #1
Then the big question about robots, who fixes them when they break? Robots break all the time, just look at how clumsy those mars buggies are.
Then, how do you study the effects of micro-gravity on the human body by using robots?

Also, stop jumping topics, we where talking about how you dont understand AI

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« Reply #11690 on: February 10, 2020, 10:04:06 PM »
Topic here is human space travel. No humans have ever been in space! One reason is that it is much better and cheaper to use robots up in space. So this American lady Christina Koch having spent a year in orbit is just not true.

First point of order. The Thread was started because you cheated, read post #1
Then the big question about robots, who fixes them when they break? Robots break all the time, just look at how clumsy those mars buggies are.
Then, how do you study the effects of micro-gravity on the human body by using robots?

Also, stop jumping topics, we where talking about how you dont understand AI
I didn't start this thread about my popular human space travel Challenge. I just explain the rules of the Challenge.
You have, e.g., to explain why humans must travel in space, when it seems better, easier, cheaper, etc, to use reliable robots.
If a robot breaks down, it is easy to repair it. Anyway, all space travel is one-way only.
Re AI it seems nobody knows what it is. AI has so far not won my Challenge. I think AI is just a variation of BS.
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« Reply #11691 on: February 10, 2020, 10:25:34 PM »
As with rockets, there are people that know very well what AI is and Isnt.
You are in the category of people that dont know where you left your teeth this morning.

How do you fix a robot in space if there is no one there to fix it?
Making more reliable robots does not mean robots that cant break. Although NASA does have a decent track record for the bots, they all still pick up some trivial issues.
Humans are better than robots. Except for you of course, Heiwa, you should get a Roomba so that you have someone better to direct all of your life decisions.

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« Reply #11692 on: February 10, 2020, 10:53:03 PM »
Be careful with Chinese made robot vacuum cleaners. They map your room and upload it to China. A seemingly innocuous device that defence and military installations are not allowed to use because it would literally upload floor plans to the Chinese.

Also the space is getting pretty crowded. Too many satellites and too much debris. If we don't clean it up we can rid ourselves of the notion of ever getting off this rock regardless of technological prowess in the future
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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11693 on: February 10, 2020, 11:00:39 PM »
Be careful with Chinese made robot vacuum cleaners. They map your room and upload it to China. A seemingly innocuous device that defence and military installations are not allowed to use because it would literally upload floor plans to the Chinese.

Also the space is getting pretty crowded. Too many satellites and too much debris. If we don't clean it up we can rid ourselves of the notion of ever getting off this rock regardless of technological prowess in the future
Serious question. Who cares if the Chinese know what the floor plan of your house looks like?
If they wanted that, it would be easier to hack into the local municipalities building applications department and download the detailed plans of your house. But what would they do with your house plan information?
Completely understand military wanting to keep facilities a bit under wraps, but for the most part, unless someone is planning a home invasion, this is not very useful information.
Maybe I am missing something?

It does seem that space junk is getting the needed attention now. All new satellites need de-orbit plans before they go up. re-usable rockets also leave less crap up there, you know, so they can re-use them. So there is at least hope in that regard. Its the old stuff thats the issue.
I wonder what Russia will say if SpaceX decides to capture one of their old nuclear powered spy satellites.

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« Reply #11694 on: February 10, 2020, 11:41:46 PM »
Serious question. Who cares if the Chinese know what the floor plan of your house looks like?

Even more serious question. Why do the Chinese want to know?
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« Reply #11695 on: February 11, 2020, 12:04:07 AM »
Serious question. Who cares if the Chinese know what the floor plan of your house looks like?

Even more serious question. Why do the Chinese want to know?
Do they really? There are a lot of technologies that we use that could also be used to spy on people and gather other data. It does not mean it is happening.
In the Case of robot vacuum cleaners, they need to know how your house is laid out so they can effectively vacuum all the rooms. Sure, they can use this info to know how your house is laid out to know . . . stuff about you, but it does not mean they are.

Every cell phone today has a back facing camera for selfies. Apple COULD build a library of every users face when they poop, it does not mean they are. . . . But they COULD!

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« Reply #11696 on: February 11, 2020, 04:02:17 AM »
Humans are better than robots. Except for you of course, Heiwa, you should get a Roomba so that you have someone better to direct all of your life decisions.
I fully agree. Robots should just do routine work on Earth and in space leaving us humans having fun on Earth.
Re house cleaning (160 mē house and 100 mē garden) I do it myself, when I feel for it. It is fun. If I don't feel for it I just have a drink and relax in the sun.

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« Reply #11697 on: February 11, 2020, 05:07:59 AM »
https://www.boredpanda.com/robot-vacuum-cleaner-spreads-dog-shit-everywhere/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic

Intelligence huh?

Would a human run a vacuum cleaner over dog poo? Then smear said poo all over the house?

A.I is fake. There is no 'I' in A.I.

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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11698 on: February 11, 2020, 11:59:46 AM »
I just explain the rules of the Challenge.
Yes, yes.  We all know that the rules of your "challenges" are such that no one can ever win because you will simply reject any and all evidence.
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Re: I won Heiwa's €1,000,000 challenge
« Reply #11699 on: February 11, 2020, 01:21:07 PM »
https://www.boredpanda.com/robot-vacuum-cleaner-spreads-dog-shit-everywhere/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic

Intelligence huh?

Would a human run a vacuum cleaner over dog poo? Then smear said poo all over the house?

A.I is fake. There is no 'I' in A.I.
And little in many humans.
Fifty or so years ago it was thought that AI just needed more computer power "thrown at it".
But over the years research seems to indicate that even what intelligence is is poorly understood.

Conventional robotic systems seem to do no more than handle situations foreseen by the designers.

More progress seems to be made by the "big data" approach of having the system examine what millions of humans do and somehow try to emulate it - an extreme case of "throwing more computer power at the problem".
Systems like this are becoming common in some business decisions but when some of these are questioned by a "victim" there is no person who can explain why that decision - shades of Big Brother.
This a point of contention between Jeff Bezos (Amazon) and Elon Musk - Jeff Bezos seems to go for the "big data centrally controlled AI" and Elon Musk wants smaller systems in the hands of the users.

This method has handled language translation between similar languages (English to/from French or German) moderately well.
It still, however, botches up translations between very different types of language, such as English and Russian or apparently English and Turkish.