Want to talk to a loved one who has passed away? Scientists plan to use AI to clone the dead
Swedish scientists may set out to create "conscious replicas" of deceased loved ones. They plan to use artificial intelligence to recreate the voices of the deceased in their lifetime and to enable robots to answer people's questions.
Scientists believe artificial intelligence could be used to create a "robotic clone" of the deceased that could answer simple, everyday questions like Siri.
Dr Michio Kaku, a well-known futurist, believes that humans will soon be able to upload their ideas to machines so that we or our loved ones can still talk to the living after they die. "In terms of effect, it's the equivalent of immortally living." Calais Daoxiong said.
Sina technology news Beijing time March 4, according to foreign media reports, "immortality" may soon become a reality. Swedish scientists believe we can use artificial intelligence to create "sentient replicas" after the death of a loved one.
Scientists are currently looking for volunteers who are willing to contribute their deceased relatives to the study. They plan to use artificial intelligence to recreate the voices of the deceased during their lifetime so that people can "communicate" with their deceased loved ones.
Simply put, the next generation of voice assistants could be robots that speak in your grandmother's voice, and you can talk to it like Siri.
Scientists believe the technology could go even further, as envisioned in the British show "Black Mirror," to create "clones" of the deceased with the ability to sense. This would allow robots to not only talk to people, but to have real physical contact with humans.
The technology may sound like a brain hole in science fiction, but if it becomes a reality, the future of humanity will be able to live forever in digital form.
Prior to this, the idea of keeping loved ones to oneself and preserving the memories of them had been proposed.
Renowned futurist Dr Michio Kaku believes that humans could soon upload their thoughts to machines so that we or our loved ones could still talk to those who are alive after we die. These machines will retain people's memories and personalities from their lifetime, and therefore will still communicate with their living loved ones in the same way as they did when they were alive.
"In terms of effect, it's the equivalent of achieving immortality." Michio Calais said.
Michio Calais believes that it is only a "matter of time" before this technology becomes a reality.
There is more than one person who thinks that man will soon be able to manipulate and preserve his memory. Billionaire Elon Musk is one of them, making it his own company.
Neuralink is developing "neural lace" technology, which involves implanting tiny electrodes in the brain that may be used to upload and download ideas in the future.
Musk says the chips will help "humans achieve a symbiotic relationship with machines." He believes this may help humans better control AI. And he has previously expressed concerns about artificial intelligence.
"I think that if humans can be effectively integrated with AI, for example by enhancing the neural connections between the cerebral cortex and human digital expansion forms. This technology exists, but there are still bandwidth issues. If addressed, humans could become a symbiosis with AI. "
"That way, we don't have to worry about artificial intelligence becoming evil dictators," Musk said. ”