This AI stuff is kinda exciting.. in a “watching danger from afar” kind of way. What kind of feedback loop does it have? Does it finish off the Internet content–wise? The data has to be huge and ultra fuzzy — so someone has to add semantics/structure right or is it automatic? The Internet is already gamified to an extent… but can it completely auto–generate videos? What kind of exploits will be used against the input? So many questions. It’s like the ultimate frankenstein pandora’s box thought experiment of the most bizarre outcomes :-)
I’ve got a few repositories on Codeberg and following their blog is pretty fun. The recent post on scaling tickles my risk–averse sensibilities. It’s relatively easy to make/stand–up anything but scaling is mostly uncharted territory. The scale at which the biggest companies operate essentially guarantees HUGE and unique interconnected systems that are mind–bogglingly convoluted and complex.
The threat of to search says more about search than it does about AI.
Bots are ≈ 80% noise. Kinda funny that in general analytics are not needed anymore. 80% noise and 20% signal. 80:20. It’s safe to turn off the computer and head outside — you’re not missing much when not on the Internet (it’s smaller than you’d think signal–wise).