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PAST MIDNIGHT 31ST DECEMBER : WITH ALMIGHTY GOD'S BLESSINGS, The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com Nobels its rise and begins its ordained journey towards building  Ecosystem 2011.

INCONTINUATION AND AS A MARK of great respect and honours, The World Students Society under ''The Trusted Persons Profile'' will ''envelope-seal'' and share !WOW!'s passwords with these highly respected and loved leaders.

H.E. President Barack H Obama, H.E. O'' Captain and Prime Minister Imran Khan, H.E. PM Justin Trudeau, H.E. PM Jacinda Ardern and H.E PM Sheikh Hasina and the esteemed, The New York Times.

COLLABORATION : And Rabo should GO choosing and organizing with complete democratic freedom, her global team for Sam Daily Times ''The Voice Of The Voiceless'' - one of the greatest newspapers in the world.

With just about two months to encash, these great Global Founder Framer geniuses : Rabo, Zilli, Dee,  Lakshmi, Sahar, Haleema, Hussain, Shahzaib, Salar, Jordan, Bilal, Zainab, Nayyab, Zaeem, Ali, Hamza, Sannan, Vishnu, Danyial should  prepare and learn convergence converting to !WOW!.    

Hero Hussain should get ready with all the passwords of !WOW! and begin his thinking sequence from today. In these very uncertain times, we have to figure out evolving strategies and tactics. 

THE FIRST TIME I interviewed Eric Schmidt, a dozen years ago when he was the C.E.O. of Google, I had a simple question about the technology that has grown capable of spying on and monetizing all our movements, opinions and relationships and tastes.

'' Friend or foe?'' I asked.

''We claim we're friends,'' Schmidt replied coolly.

Now that the former Google executive has a book out this week on '' The Age of AI, '' written with Henry Kissinger and Daniel Huttellocher, I wanted to ask him the same question about A.I. : ''Friend or foe?''

''A.I. is imprecise, which means that it can be unreliable as a partner,'' he said when we met at his Chelsea office. ''It's dynamic in the sense that it's changing all the time. It's emergent and does things that you don't expect. And, most importantly, it's capable of learning.

''It will be everywhere. What does an A.I.-enabled best friend look like, especially to a child? What does A.I.-enabled war look like? Does A.I. perceived aspects of reality that we don't? Is it possible that A.I. will see things that humans cannot comprehend?''

I agree with Elon Musk that when we build A.I. without a kill switch, we are ''summoning the demon'' and that humans could end up, as Steve Wozniak said, as the family of Pets. { If we're lucky } 

Talking about the alarms raised by the likes of Musk and Stephen Hawking, Schmidt said that ''they think by unleashing A.I., eventually, you'll end up with a robot overlord that's 10 or 100 or 1,000 times smarter than the humans. 

My answer is different. I think all the evidence is that these A.I. systems are going to think, not like humans, but they're going to be very smart. We're going to have to coexist.''

You don't think Siri and Alexa are going to kill us one night? 

''No,'' he said. ''But they might become your child's best friend.''

Opinions on A.I. are wildly divergent. Jaron Lanier, the father of virtual reality, rolls his eyes at the digerati in Silicon Valley obsessed with the ''science-fiction fantasy'' of A.I.

''It can sometimes become a giant, false god,'' he told me. '' You've got these nerdy guys who have an awful reputation for how they treat women, who get to be the life creators. 'You women with your petty little biological wombs can't stand up to us. We're making the big life here. We're the supergods of the future.' ''

We have known for a while that Silicon Valley is taking us down the drain. Preposterous claims that once could not have gotten traction - on everything from Democratic pedophilia rings to rigged elections to vaccine conspiracy theories - now spread at the speed of light.

Teenage girls can be sent spiraling into depression by the glossy, deceptive world of Instagram, owned by the manipulative and greedy company formerly known as Facebook.

Schmidt said an Oxford student told him, about social media poison, ''The Union of boredom and anonymity is dangerous.'' Especially at the intersection of addiction and envy.

The question of whether we lose control to A.I. may be passé. Technology is already manipulating us.

Schmidt admits that the lack of foresight among the lords of the cloud about where technology was headed was ''foolish.''

''I'll say, 10 years ago, when I worked really hard on these social networks, maybe this is just naivete, but we never thought that governments would use them against citizens, like in 2016, with interference from the Russians.

''We didn't think it would then stitch these special interest groups together with these violently strong belief systems. No one ever discussed it. I don't want to make the same mistake with a new foundational technology.''

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research and Writings on A.I., Technology and the Future, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Maureen Dowd.

With respectful dedication to the Global Founder Framers of The World Students Society, and then Leaders, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world : wssciw.blogaspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011:

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