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Soon: AI to create indistinguishable “false reality”

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posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 01:23 AM
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This isn't a surprise and we could be living in a "false reality" created by an advanced AI and we would can know it but will people accept it?


Artificial intelligence can soon create a false reality indistinguishable from the real one, suggests new advancements in graphics manipulation which serves as a warning to humanity.

Graphics firm Nvidia recently released results of its “image-to-image translation” which can take an outdoors photo taken in the winter and transform it into the same scene, but in the summer – with indistinguishable results.


www.infowars.com...



Here's a couple of videos:



AI generated dogs:



I think it's clear that we live in a simulated reality. For instance, there's no physical explanation for entanglement. There's no reason why what we call a particle in NY can be correlated with an entangled particle in Vegas. There's no explanation if subatomic particles are physical like grains of sand. The fact is they're not and calling them particles gives the impression that we're talking about balls of matter.

They would be better described as pixels. These particles render the universe when measured and observed.

These "particles" are really just pixels on a space-time screen. I can write a program where red dots randomly move on the computer screen and I can also add that whenever two red dots touch they're entangled and when I click on one red dot the dot it's entangled with turns green. There would be no need for any signal passing between these two dots because these dots are following the instructions of the program just like entangled "particles".

Again, there's no physical explanation for entanglement. Particles should be called pixels.

Welcome to the Simulation!From the article:

The ramifications of this technology are enormous: the politically persecuted could soon be victims of fabricated “video evidence” presented by the mainstream media as “undeniable proof” of wrong-doing, which will be accepted without question by the general public which takes everything at face value.

In other words, AI could create a video of me shooting someone and there would be no way for the public to say it's false. People could be set up and go to jail for AI generated crimes.

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posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 01:28 AM
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Neat Stuff but my world seems really really real as a good simulation should.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 01:34 AM
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originally posted by: neoholographic
I think it's clear that we live in a simulated reality. For instance, there's no physical explanation for entanglement. There's no reason why what we call a particle in NY can be correlated with an entangled particle in Vegas. There's no explanation if subatomic particles are physical like grains of sand. The fact is they're not and calling them particles gives the impression that we're talking about balls of matter.

That video is very impressive, if genuine. I'm amazed at how far we've come in developing what we deem as 'AI'.

However, I do not think it's 'clear' we live in a simulated reality. Just because we don't know something, doesn't mean its 'unknowable' or too complex to ever know and therefore an example of some pre-programmed process in a simulation.

I think to believe we live in a simulation is sad and takes away the enjoyment and randomness of what life is -- an improbable chance of existence in an otherwise inhospitable universe.


Again, there's no physical explanation for entanglement. Particles should be called pixels.

Just because we don't understand something right now, doesn't mean we never will. And I don't know enough about quantum mechanics -- is there truly no physical explanation for entanglement?
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posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 01:41 AM
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a reply to: noonebutme

This is just wrong. There isn't any physical explanation for it because it's not physical. It's a simulation of information.

People want to assume that there must be a physical explanation based on their belief but there's not even a shred of evidence that entanglement can occur with physical balls of matter.

You said:

I think to believe we live in a simulation is sad and takes away the enjoyment and randomness of what life is -- an improbable chance of existence in an otherwise inhospitable universe.

This is just something you want to believe. Someone else can say the exact opposite and again, it's a belief.

The fact is, entanglement can't be explained in the context of physical balls of matter.

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posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 01:49 AM
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I suggest you make friends with the Admin.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 01:50 AM
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originally posted by: 727Sky
Neat Stuff but my world seems really really real as a good simulation should.


This is a good point because the question is what's really real? I say nothing is "real" and everything is an approximation of an approximation of information.

This is why QM deals in probabilities. These "particles" don't render any one reality just an approximation of a universe based on which measurements occur.

This sounds like a simulation to me.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 02:04 AM
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False reality could be really cool if you could afford it. Will it be packaged with your standard cable ? Some people might end up in court over False reality perhaps. and I'm sure there will be an X rated version.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 02:04 AM
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originally posted by: Plotus
False reality could be really cool if you could afford it. Will it be packaged with your standard cable ? Some people might end up in court over False reality perhaps. and I'm sure there will be an X rated version.
heh



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 03:43 AM
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Honestly, the older I get the more I can get behind the basic concept behind all this. It's long been an aspiration of mine to open what would be best defined as a "Virtual Retirement Home" where in you are strapped into a bed, "dropped" into a virtual world and sustained by machines while you explore a pre-chosen set of realities. For some its running with the dinosaurs, or fighting dragons, etc etc


Another idea that I hope to see made real involves the idea of your mind being uploaded into a machine at/near death. In this instance I would like to have my mind uploaded into a deep space drone that is launched out into the universe which my mind would perceive as one endless Star Trek mission in which i am the captain/



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 04:10 AM
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Or, you could just accept/deal with reality. Rather than create these bizarre fantasies, to try and hide from it.

Me thinks someone has seen The Matrix a few too many times.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 04:14 AM
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LOL assuming you're responding to me then I would say BITE ME!

At the age most people retire I figured you're entitled to drift off into some version of your "preferred reality" as opposed to waiting it out in a traditional old folks home playing backgammon or whatever it is they do. Besides, this is the Nintendo generation we are talking about so naturally they are gonna want this at some point in their lives.

Make the young ones deal with reality...the rest of us can just "Snowcrash and Chill" (Trademarked) Because the book was way better than that damn movie!
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posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 04:18 AM
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originally posted by: Thorneblood
a reply to: Jefferton

LOL assuming you're responding to me then I would say BITE ME!

At the age most people retire I figured you're entitled to drift off into some version of your "preferred reality" as opposed to waiting it out in a traditional old folks home playing backgammon or whatever it is they do. Besides, this is the Nintendo generation we are talking about so naturally they are gonna want this at some point in their lives.

Make the young ones deal with reality...the rest of us can just "Snowcrash and Chill" (Trademarked) Because the book was way better than that damn movie!

Responding to the Op.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 04:18 AM
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a reply to: neoholographic

Yeah, it was interesting until your obvious desire (Matrix/Neo username reference) got firmly planted in the way. It was a good movie I guess, but I wanted to move things with my mind like a jedi when I was a kid, even tried a few times with no luck... But you eventually realise we're all pretty boring blobs of humans.

What you might have said was the hypothesis of a digital universe may be possible, programmed by an advanced species or even a Sheldon God or something. Just cause Nvidia's graphics look fancy, they still have problems releasing drivers without messing up multitudes of games. Maybe in another 1000 years or so a digital universe might be possible... (maybe 100). But not quite there yet.

Also, if we were in a holographic universe, why the heck did they introduce paying rent?

(edit) Interesting thread though btw.
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posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 04:54 AM
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Hmm, seems to be a lot of simulation related topics been posted here lately. All I can think of is...

kzzzkt



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 05:04 AM
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I think it's clear that we live in a simulated reality. For instance, there's no physical explanation for entanglement


I do enjoy reading your threads. But i find it limiting when you talk about reality in terms of digital data. I understand why you do it but i dont feel reality is like that.

There is another explanation for entanglement. The double slit experiment shows that consciousness has an effect on reality. The question physicists should not be asking is how much of an effect. It could be a just a little bit or it could be all of it.

All of reality may well be an epiphenomena of consciouses and if that is the case entanglement becomes more explainable. An infinite universe is no more infinite than the mind that looks at. Whole multiversity only exist when being observed. It certainly requires a lot less energy and becomes a lot simpler when you look at things in these terms..

We look in terms of digital simulators because that is what we can make and understand. One day we may have no digital ones and that will change the way we view world simulators.

In my opinion the whole universe is a consciousness matrix that exists inside everything that can observe. Its alive and it can respond and it can change its habits..



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 05:06 AM
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Or, you could just accept/deal with reality. Rather than create these bizarre fantasies, to try and hide from it.


The OP is trying to deal with reality. He is looking at the evidence and coming up with suggestions. Anybody that spends time looking at quantum mechanics will soon conclude the universe it far far stranger than we perceive.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 05:08 AM
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originally posted by: dashen
I suggest you make friends with the Admin.



Dont get all Godly on me now..




posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 05:18 AM
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originally posted by: Plotus
False reality could be really cool if you could afford it. Will it be packaged with your standard cable ? Some people might end up in court over False reality perhaps. and I'm sure there will be an X rated version.

Yep. I'm sure that several of us immediately imagined the adult entertainment possibilities of this technology before we even finished reading the OP.


Oh well, porn built the web; might as well let it push this AI-driven high resolution VR technology.


-dex



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 06:28 AM
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a reply to: Qumulys
Yea, but I have actually seen people move things without touching them physically. I'm not necessarily behind the OP here, but when you say were all just human boring blobs, I believe you are selling humans short.


Perhaps you have not seen unexplainable things humans should not be capable of, but some of us have and it can be a bit unnerving.



posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 06:33 AM
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Here is the twisting of reality through media.




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