[ExI] AI Foundation launches AI.XYZ to give people their own AI assistants

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Sun Jul 2 16:27:52 UTC 2023

On Sun, 2 Jul 2023 at 13:11, MB via extropy-chat
<extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> Hmmm.  Makes me squirm a bit.
> If/When I discover a friend/relative has fobbed response to my emails to
> AI, that's the end of my involvement in anything other than "lightly
> surface" interactions.  Reminds me of writing a letter to my congressman -
> the response is by someone else, canned, and often does not address the
> issue.
> Unfortunately the reference to Deepak Chopra AI did not help... I have
> http://www.wisdomofchopra.com/
> bookmarked for when I want a lighthearted giggle, though I'm sure the AI
> Deepak Chopra is quite more sophisticated. ;)
> The last sentence in the article was a turnoff. How long before anything
> "not 100% acceptable" (to whom?) would be sniffed out and reported?
> Regards,
> MB
> _______________________________________________

I think this personal AI would be limited to business activities only.
They say  ---  "The company sees a significant
opportunity for workplaces and enterprises to provide each of their
employees with their own AIs."
So it would be paid for by the company to make employees more productive.

Just as you have one email for business and a different email for
personal contacts, this business AI assistant would be restricted to
work activities only.
I can see a future when the police interview a suspect, then interview
his AI assistant(s), then his computing devices, then his Smart Home
AI, then all his social network postings, etc......
I don't much fancy having AI assistants that will tell all to anybody
that asks!  :)


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