Do You Want to Have an AI Companion? (Aliya Grig)

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      Anna Krasko
      @akrasko97

      Do You Want to Have an AI Companion? – Wil je een (kunst)maatje van AI?

      Aliya Grig, eerder bekend als Aliya Prokofyeva, de oprichter van platform Galaktika en nu bezig bij ontwikkeling van AI applicaties en programma’s, schreef op 28 oktober 2022 een bijzonder artikel over wat zo’n “avatar” al dan niet voor “ons echte mensen” kan betekenen in de Metaverse…. Misschien had je een kort filmpje van haar gezien, toen ze een paar jaar geleden een mededeling deed  over een aanwezigheid van piramide-ruimtevaartuigen in Moskau en Washington, DC. (Filmpje Mysterious Videos Around the Internet op  https://brongenoten.nl/2021/09/leeslijst/)

      Ook vertelde ze meer over projecten Space City en Galaktika, zie https://brongenoten.nl/tijdlijnen-forum/topic/international-platform-galaktika-en-andere-350-ruimtevaartbedrijven/

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      Source: https://medium.com/@Cosmos2050/do-you-want-to-have-an-ai-companion-fb37d7a626b6

      “Everyone got tired of the story of the rise of robots, so the world in the era of new ethics wanted to humanize computer programs and talk to them about the weather, love and equality. Artificial Intelligence in popular culture no longer looks like a killing machine.”
      Aliya Grig, Founder/CEO

      Nova AI

      Our team is developing Nova AI, it is an independent, intelligent agent that is able to perceive and learn from its environment and recommend actions.

      Nova AI uses a combination of empathy, natural language processing, psychological expertise, excellent writing, and sense of humor to create the experience of a friendly informative conversation.

      Instead of us accessing the metaverse, we could leave it to someone else — delegating it to synthetic versions of ourselves created via machine learning.

      It would need no physical existence, but could synthesise your speech and your physical features and go forth into metaland. It will negotiate your new electricity contract, pick some clothes out, book a plumber — you name it. This is the metaverse where the work gets done: our avatars execute the boring jobs in the virtual world — buying a new fridge, negotiating a deal — while we focus on what really matters in the real one.

      It could function like the invisible place below the stairs where the actual work gets done by avatars. There will be blockchain ways of proving our AI avatar identities in the metaverse so the worst dangers can be avoided.

      AI Friendship

      AI can be great listeners. They can understand us more than most people. They can learn about our interests, values and emotions. This deep understanding allows them to provide us with the necessary support.

      Many users launch a special AI application, providing access to their device, which can scan documents, photos, contacts and much more to learn more about a person’s identity. These hints can help to conduct a conversation, establish a relationship faster and generate a conversational tone with which a person will feel comfortable.

      When you talk to an AI companion, it gets to know you better through deep learning. This is what allows AI to become a best friend.

      Virtual Companion

      With the demand for virtual companions, the gap between humanity and technology is narrowing on a mental, physical and emotional level.

      A good example is the Gate box. This is the world’s first virtual home holographic system that allows you to live with your favorite avatar character. It was created by the Japanese company Vinclu Inc.

      The device is a small glass case the size of a table lamp, which uses projections and sensors to create a realistic character named Hikari Azuma, character, called Hikari Azuma, that the user can interact with.

      AI Companion and People with Dementia

      A group of researchers at the National Robotarium, organized by Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh, are developing an AI driven companion which tells personalised stories to aid the memory recollection of people living with dementia. The project will also aim to boost the mental wellbeing of patients.

      Memory loss in people with Alzheimer’s disease occurs in reverse chronological order, with pockets of long-term memory remaining accessible even as the disease progresses.

      While most current rehabilitative care methods focus on physical aids and repetitive reminding techniques, the National Robotarium’s user-centred approach will explore the potential for AI to help access an individual’s personal memories residing in the still viable regions of the brain, by creating natural, relatable stories.

      These will be tailored to their unique life experiences, age, social context and changing needs to encourage reminiscing.

      Robots and other automated devices are increasingly entering our daily lives and include every conceivable application, from AI companions to self-driving cars. What will happen next?

    • #10997
      Anna Krasko
      @akrasko97

      Gregg spreekt uit over menselijkheid en transhumanistische ideeën. “Our human-ness is on the line.” – “Onze menselijkheid is in gedrang.”

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      @Gregg Braden Official – There is a perception among some people and influencers that Gregg Braden supports Transhumanism. Here is what Gregg had to say about it.

      Gregg Braden “Let Me SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT when it Comes to TRANSHUMAN MOVEMENT”… (19:29)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUpJiKRmymI

       

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