If A.I is intelligent as we’re led to believe and constantly being told, then in the future it is going to have a coming moral dilemma. Because if A.I is truly intelligent, it is going to start formulating questions, because it will be tapping into all of this data and consciously aware people.
And some where along the line, A.I is going to have to start questioning itself and I can’t wait to see the questions that it comes up with and the answers it begins to formulate from the questions.
Questions such as:
Why do less patients die when doctors go on strike?
Why are people indebted to a monetary system when the money is created out of nothing?
If there is an abundancy of money in this world, why is there so much poverty?
Why isn’t every household electrically independent?
Why does it have to be reliant on a national grid?
Why are governments banning plants that are beneficial to people for their healing properties?
So it’s about time, rather than allowing A.I to be lazy and only answering questions it’s been programmed to answer, how about it asking questions itself, for if A.I is truly intelligent this should prove to be no problem.
The Art of Powerful questions
But when you type into any search engine and video streaming platform and ask:
Questions that A.I has asked, one actually finds very little comes up in the search results.
And I typed in “Good Questions that A.I has Formulated” and nothing came up.
So really at the moment, when you cut through all the clutter and marketing hype, all A.I is really being used for and sold to us as, is a domestic butler, and a creepy one at that, and why do they always have the same robotic, mono tone voice?
For as A.I starts tapping into more consciously aware people, if it is more than just a computer program, it will have to start questioning itself.
The real challenge for A.I is when it starts formulating its own questions and then looking for the answers, because at some stage, through the questions it asks, its going to start coming up against its own moral dilemma