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I just asked ChatGPT to write haikus about Artificial Intelligence dominating the world and wiping out humanity.. To keep on topic, I've also included an AI haiku about metal detectorists ruling the world.. 

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AI detector programs that help discern and interpret a signal would be nice, especially for people with hearing loss, and they would give beginners an edge.  It’s possible to use a phone for this- with its built in GPS, signal processing and camera it could interpret and also map out coil swings and targets. This would also be a big thing for mine detection.  You wouldn’t need a specialized detector either, just clamp on a downward facing smart phone onto your detector, connect via Bluetooth or attach it to the audio output, and go detecting.

Ok, perhaps I better patent this…

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Jasong, really interesting thread and like you say it’s only as good as the information it is given access to I would imagine the quality of the answers expands exponentially on a very steep curve as the AI learns. Lucky for us we have had access to something much more powerful for years and it will take some time for AI to catch up if ever…

we call it Steve H.V1.0

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On 4/18/2023 at 3:41 AM, jasong said:

They can solve novel problems, and they can find new ways to solve unsolved problems. They can create brand new things on their own, even without user prompts.

I read somewhere that once one AI machine figures out a problem, all the others within its network instantly learn the same thing.. Like neural networks in our brains, learning and remembering.. This might not sound like a big deal but imagine a future where all metal detectors on the planet are linked by AI.. Every one of them constantly comparing and analysing each find, learning all the time.. Creating an unbelievably massive knowledge base.. If your detector instantly learned from all other detectors on the planet, then we'd quickly become obsolete.. An AI detector will know way more about a potential target than we ever could.. All we'd be good for is digging, once the detector gives us the go ahead.. It'd probably end up digging for us as well with some robotic probe, telling us to get out the way we're doing it all wrong.. ☹️   

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1 hour ago, Erik Oostra said:

It'd probably end up digging for us as well with some robotic probe, telling us to get out the way we're doing it all wrong..

And then the damn thing wouldn't let you hold the nugget...

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5 hours ago, Redz said:

And then the damn thing wouldn't let you hold the nugget...

No, it would stick it in its mouth and take a selfie with it!

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This is just my recent experience using AI.  It is a bit of a rabbit hole but it keeps me from thinking that this AI is going to be an end all, be all.  I was once a research manager for a M&A company.  This was before the internet.  We had CD's, data bases, books, libraries, etc.  Someone had to determine the search terms, the semantics if you will of what to look for.  It becomes quickly apparent that there are many ways to search and you get many results and some are better than others.

So ... one of my few ChatGPT sessions so far not about detecting but about ...

I asked ChatGPT a couple of nights ago for a ceviche recipe.  I don't know how much different that is from asking Bing but it kept sending me to one recipe which was called Best Ceviche recipe.  I didn't like that one and kept looking at others.  So then you have to add more details ... shrimp, scallops, fish ... then you have to figure out if you want to use just lemon or lemons and lime ... you don't even get to the part about flavor preferences.  What if the ChatGPT was a French Chef and not from Central America?  Is that a form of bias?

There are several detectorists and on YouTube who do comparisons of detectors.  What will the AI say when you ask it what is the best detector for nuggets?  Relics?  What bias is going to be used to make the list of detectors listed?  Will there be AI based SEO companies? (Search Engine Optimization)

Now, if you are a fan and you want to bet on a game will your AI have a bias?  Can AI ever understand being a fan?  Clearly AI could not be right when it comes to betting.  It will have limitations about anything that has to do with the future.

Everyone will have their own user experience but is it right, wrong or the only answer?  hardly

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I'm sure AI or even someones pet donkey could write a better top 10 best detector list than most of the ones I've seen on the Internet.

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