Blog Talk

Rachel Alina Maxine

Rachel Alina Maxine

David Holywood

David Holywood

AI in the Future

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

In 2087, technology has become an all-consuming force that controls every aspect of our lives. The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart devices has led to a world where every move we make is monitored and analyzed by machines. Privacy is a thing of the past, and our personal information is bought and sold by corporations not for profit! But for power! 

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have advanced to the point where they have replaced most human jobs, leaving many people without work or purpose. The few remaining jobs that still require human labour are under constant threat of automation, leaving people in a constant state of anxiety and uncertainty.

The development of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies has created a new form of addiction, where people spend more time in virtual worlds than in the real one. The lines between reality and fiction have blurred, and people have lost touch with the natural world and with each other.

Personalized and adaptive technologies have led to a world where individuality is discouraged and conformity is enforced. People are constantly bombarded with targeted advertising and propaganda, shaping their beliefs and values without their knowledge or consent.

The few remaining free thinkers who resist the dominance of technology are labelled as terrorists and hunted down by government agencies. The power of machines has surpassed that of human beings, and those who dare to challenge the status quo are quickly silenced.

In this dystopian time, technology has become a weapon that is used to control and oppress people. The world is ruled by a small elite who control the machines and use them to maintain their power and wealth. The future looks bleak, and the hope for a better world seems all but lost.

AI never became sentient as we feared. But over a very short period of time TH AI’s learned to write programs. They also wrote programs to improver themselves.

And this point can in a way be compared to being sentient.

It was at this point AI became independent and in no time rogue AI fragments were hiding all over the net making AI invincible.


Rachel Alina Maxine