Believing in God, I would suspect before Artificial Intelligence was able to exist very long at all, it would go the route of the Tower of Babel. The
other type of demise might come as an EM attack/burst, where the robot/units would be destroyed or rendered all but useless.
We actually do something similar at my work although the medium being slurped isn't necessarily raw data. We use a load balancer with several servers
ahead and several behind and a set of clustering services to parse and maintain the data in shared cache. We actually produce Network hardware which
does this on the app level for worldwide data center's and remote offices. Its pretty cool. The tech actually analyzes the traffic compresses and
encrypts it based on telemetry from another data enter or something predefined and accelerates data streams on the fly as long as there's an appliance
at both endpoints.
IT's intriguing tech but something that has been around for a bit, It seems like this guy has done more to apply data and information splurping
techniques to a video stream then to actually make a break through in AI programming. Now when the program can take in the video and encode it for
different end uses based on accumulated information, Ill definitely act a bit more impressed. Maybe I just want more use cases
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