Originally Posted by Rubecula
surely that would be rebuggibg??debugging would be to secretly add the bugs
Once upon a time Grace Hooper removed a moth* from a relay in an electromechanical computer.
Bugs were known about long before then but it's a good tale.
Also it doesn't answer the question of what if there's a hardware fault or "unexpected item in fragging area ?"
A human has some chance of coping with the unexpected. An AI has really none unless it's been programmed in.
The history of the Nuclear industry shows that spending tens of billions still means the are failures in design and implementation. And we've been building nuclear reactors for 70 years.
Microsoft is a trillion
dollar company. URL="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA"]Chatbot AI's have been around since 1966.[/URL]
50 years later Microsoft's latest AI chatbot was released on twitter.
They pulled it after just 16 hours.
Because it couldn't handle the real world.
And then accidentally re-released it later on. Which doesn't set a good precedent.
AI is a Crapshoot.
* It was dead, a ghost in the machine ?