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Scientists at Oxford say they've invented an artificial intelligence system that can lip-read better than humans. The system, which has been trained on thousands of hours of BBC News programmes, has been developed in collaboration with Google's DeepMind AI division.

 

http://www.bbc.com/n...nology-39298199

 

 

Though, this has been announced earlier?

http://www.bbc.com/n...nology-37911135

 

 

 

 

PS.. sorry for the typo in the thread title... 



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Oh. Good.

 


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Oh. Good.

 

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So, when are you off to brush up on your ventriloquist skills?



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So, when are you off to brush up on your ventriloquist skills?

 

 

 

I can't do that, Dave.


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Oh good. So when it comes to humanity vs robots we'll be fucked.

Better start learning sign language.

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We'll be fine. All we need to do is invent mental wireless communication. Then we can keep the adorable AI controlled tanks happy until they're shipped back to the lab.



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Batman Beyond has us covered.

 

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Oh good. So when it comes to humanity vs robots we'll be fucked.

Better start learning sign language.

Umm, even easier to interpret with software... It'd just be a more advanced iteration of Kinect...


We'll be fine. All we need to do is invent mental wireless communication. Then we can keep the adorable AI controlled tanks happy until they're shipped back to the lab.

Anything that is transmittable can be recorded and decoded... Sorry...



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Umm, even easier to interpret with software... It'd just be a more advanced iteration of Kinect...


Anything that is transmittable can be recorded and decoded... Sorry...

 

We already have public key encryption.

 

With a reasonably long passkey, even the combined efforts of every computer on Earth would take longer than the heat death of the universe to brute force a solution and shortcuts are mathematically impossible (as far as modern mathematics knows), so as long as everyone keeps their private key in their head, it's secure.



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so as long as everyone keeps their private key in their head, it's secure.

 

Until they learn to read brainwaves.


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We've already boiled communication down to acronyms, emoticons and shrtnd sntnces, all of which are simply more efficient ways of transmitting the PLEASE AUTHENTICATE MY EXISTENCE signal from the fragile core of our souls out into the wider world. Maybe the next stage is to reduce it all down to a single noise. I'd favour a short, electronic beep, not unlike the noise emitted each time Pac-Man eats a dot.

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Until they learn to read brainwaves.

We're already teaching them to do exactly that....

https://www.scienced...40527101454.htm

https://motherboard....-is-a-thing-now

Okay, these are a bit old..

 

But this isn't:

https://www.wired.co...around-seattle/

 

And this is an EU gov't website:

https://ec.europa.eu...ol-takes-flight



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Until they learn to read brainwaves.

 

 

We're already teaching them to do exactly that....

https://www.scienced...40527101454.htm

https://motherboard....-is-a-thing-now

Okay, these are a bit old..

 

But this isn't:

https://www.wired.co...around-seattle/

 

And this is an EU gov't website:

https://ec.europa.eu...ol-takes-flight

 

That assumes that everyone would remember the key in their physical brain, rather than an isolated IC on the wireless brain communication thingy (as I'm sure our cyborg successors will call it), like most secure devices already do. ;p

 

Also...if the machines can just read our brains, why would we need to worry about them lip reading?



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That assumes that everyone would remember the key in their physical brain, rather than an isolated IC on the wireless brain communication thingy (as I'm sure our cyborg successors will call it), like most secure devices already do. ;p

 

Also...if the machines can just read our brains, why would we need to worry about them lip reading?

 

However, how do you get the thoughts/brainwaves to the secure comms device without using said brainwaves? Any brain activity generates brainwaves... So this will be like a lock on a gate without fence in an open field:

 

iron-gate-no-fence.jpg

 

Before we get comms hardware installed in our brains the machines will still learn to lip read.







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