H w a C h o n g In s t it u t io n A . I. B a n e o r B oon     b y A u W e i H o e , S e a h J ia J u n , Z a n e W o n g...
Fundamental problem  Given that cytrons are not going to protect the rights  of humans, In what ways might we minimize the...
Colour codesWho-RedWhat-BlueWhere-GreenWhen-Brownwhy-blackhow-gray
10 solutions
Solution 1FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans,In what ways might we minimize the possibilit...
Research 1A robot cannot accomplish any task if it lacks theprogramming by a human, similar to thecomputer. Regardless of ...
Solution 2FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans,In what ways might we minimize the possibilit...
Research 2There are many examples of which a person can be independent andnot rely on the use of robots. Such examples are...
Solution 3FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans,In what ways might we minimize the possibilit...
Research 3A sales tax is usually paid by the customer uponpurchase of an item. The percentage of the price wouldbe calcula...
Solution 4 FP                  Rehabilitation Given that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans, In what wa...
Research 4Steps:1. Screening of background( research ofpatient)   - Find out background information of addictedindividual,...
Solution 5FP                    HABIT REPLACEMENTGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ...
Research 5Steps:1)Introduction of a suitable hobby for the victim;2)Then the process of habit development, whenevertheDesi...
Solution 6FP                   A.I.CONTROL AuthorityGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In wh...
Research 6-Encourages consumers to report problems to themvia phone or though the website.-Keep a watchful eye over the ad...
Solution 7FP                   Public awarenessGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what wa...
Research 7 Implementations: -a criterion for the people to refer to which will be pasted On the product to inform on the c...
Solution 8FP                         Alternative livingGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In...
Research 8Many scientists have researched about thepossibilities of living in space and they have comeup with three ideas....
Solution 9FP                         Banning A.I.Given that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ...
Research 9Many researchers would have found out about hemany problems with A.I. and would have foundways to try to solve t...
Solution 10FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibili...
Research 10Many companies have developed licensetax for usage of materials and resourcesincluding Artificial Intelligence,...
Criterion/solu   fastes   cheape   Easies   Least   Least     Needs   Most      Most       safest   Most       totaltion  ...
REHABSolution:To push out rehabilitation for the technology addictsto take up in the country over the period of a yearfrom...
Step 1: Background Information     Find out background information of addicted individual, anything that could affect his ...
HABIT REPLACEMENT   To suggest a replacement for the habit of internet   immersion for internet addicts to stop their addi...
Step 4: Replacement   When someone is addicted to something, he isn’t addicted to the act itself, he is addicted to what h...
A.I.CONTROL AuthorityTo set up an organisation( Artificial Intelligence ControlAuthority) to screen and deem the product o...
Part 1: The Public  With the Internet being used widely by marketers to sell their A.I. without any forms of checking if i...
Public awarenessTo push out a string of implementations to cultivate publicawareness on the banes of technology for the pu...
TABLE:Grading the addiction(across 3 months): <1hr-not addicted                                      1hr-6hr of non-essent...
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  1. 1. H w a C h o n g In s t it u t io n A . I. B a n e o r B oon b y A u W e i H o e , S e a h J ia J u n , Z a n e W o n g , R e n Yu q iRL:t p : //h c i a i b a n e o r b o o n . w o r d p r e s s . c o m /
  2. 2. Fundamental problem Given that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility of Artificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human life so that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are not impinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?
  3. 3. Colour codesWho-RedWhat-BlueWhere-GreenWhen-Brownwhy-blackhow-gray
  4. 4. 10 solutions
  5. 5. Solution 1FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans,In what ways might we minimize the possibility of Artificialintelligence taking over a large aspect of human life so that thepressures of such artificial intelligence are not impinged uponthe year 2042 and beyond?SolutionTo appeal to the government to all robot-making companies tolimit the abilities of robots from all parts of the world given amonth’s notice so that the robots would not be able to take overthe humans
  6. 6. Research 1A robot cannot accomplish any task if it lacks theprogramming by a human, similar to thecomputer. Regardless of what type of robot it is,whether it is the standard artificial intelligence(AI), developed on a serial processor, or a muchnewer type that is a parallel-series type imitatesclosely to the human’s brain structure. Just aswe can influence other humans, we could do thesame for robots by programming them. Modernexamples where a robot is sent to war to bedetonated as a bomb on the enemy’s side, itwould stop once the task is completed as it wasprogrammed to do so. http:// syzygyastro.hubpages.com/hub/Robots-Taki
  7. 7. Solution 2FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans,In what ways might we minimize the possibility of Artificialintelligence taking over a large aspect of human life so that thepressures of such artificial intelligence are not impinged uponthe year 2042 and beyond?SolutionTo appeal to the all citizens of all countries to be independentwith themselves from all parts of the world given a year’s noticeso that there would not be a need for robots to take care ofhumans and thus reduces interaction between robots andhumans.
  8. 8. Research 2There are many examples of which a person can be independent andnot rely on the use of robots. Such examples are:-Accept yourself. -Plan your day around you,-Believe in yourself. not anyone else.-Accept the world. -Realize and accept that life sometimes seems not fair-Become emotionally -Try not to care what others think.independent. -Dont gossip.-Rely upon yourself for the -Be yourself.motivation and the drive. -Love everyone.-Be your own hero. -Let people love you.-Be there. -Start on a career path.-Become financially -Have a passion in lifeindependent. -Dont just think that youre the best;-Dont settle. prove it to yourself-Leave your friends and -Sign up for a bank account. -Save money.family at home. -Dump the bad influences in your life. -Take things lightly. http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Independent
  9. 9. Solution 3FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans,In what ways might we minimize the possibility of Artificialintelligence taking over a large aspect of human life so that thepressures of such artificial intelligence are not impinged uponthe year 2042 and beyond?SolutionTo appeal to the government to impose tax on people carryinggoods regarding to A.I. , into the country given a week’s noticeso that there would not be a reduction of market needs ofartificial intelligence.
  10. 10. Research 3A sales tax is usually paid by the customer uponpurchase of an item. The percentage of the price wouldbe calculated to be added to the original price of theproductSales taxes are usually imposed on sales of goods.Advantages that a sales tax generally has over otherforms of taxation are that it is not easy to avoid, and notcomplicated to calculate and collect. Such taxes areimposed to deter people from purchasing or using acertain product for various reasons so that there wouldbe a decrease in the demands of the people as they are
  11. 11. Solution 4 FP Rehabilitation Given that cytrons are not going to protect the rights of humans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility of Artificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human life so that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are not impinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?SolutionTo push out rehabilitation for the technologyaddicts to take up in the country over theperiod of a year from screening to treatmentto post-rehab, so that they are no longeraddicted to the technology they are using
  12. 12. Research 4Steps:1. Screening of background( research ofpatient) - Find out background information of addictedindividual, anything that could affect his rate ofrecovery:- Abuse history-Mental Health/Physical Health/Present Health-Influences/Stressors 2. Determine type of treatment-outpatient( more freedom, frequents check-ups)-inpatient( less freedom, in-house monitoring)3. Post-rehab/ monitoring of patient-re-enters society but under supervision for six
  13. 13. Solution 5FP HABIT REPLACEMENTGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility ofArtificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human lifeso that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are notimpinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?To suggest a replacement for the habit ofinternet immersion for internet addicts tostop their addiction, in the country over aperiod of 2 months for habit developmentand alternative habit seeking so that theaddicts are not overly indulging inInternet usage.
  14. 14. Research 5Steps:1)Introduction of a suitable hobby for the victim;2)Then the process of habit development, whenevertheDesire to do it surfaces, introduction of hobby comesin. -Dr Phil( renowned and certified practitioner) suggest too that this habit replacement for addiction is a viable and most suitable solution-A case study of howreplacement is possiblehttp://www.allaboutaddiction.com/addiction/replacement-therapy-addiction-treatm
  15. 15. Solution 6FP A.I.CONTROL AuthorityGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility ofArtificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human lifeso that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are notimpinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?To set up an organisation( ArtificialIntelligence Control Authority) to screenand deem the product of any companyclear of any possible resulting in addictionall around the world for the next ten yearsto prevent any products that may result inaddiction to be on the market and harm thepeople in the future.
  16. 16. Research 6-Encourages consumers to report problems to themvia phone or though the website.-Keep a watchful eye over the advertisements bycompanies that manufacture A.I. on any mediasource.Step 1: Testing on Non-addicted IndividualsStep 2: Testing on Different Levels ofAddicted PeopleStep 3: Overall/Evaluation of results Proven effectiveness of the FDA which would be modeled on for the AICA http://www.medicalprogresstoday.com/spotlight/spotlight_indarchive.ph
  17. 17. Solution 7FP Public awarenessGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility ofArtificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human lifeso that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are notimpinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?To push out a string of implementations tocultivate public awareness on the banes oftechnology for the public in a year all overthe globe so that they steer away from thetechnology and avoid being addicted to it.
  18. 18. Research 7 Implementations: -a criterion for the people to refer to which will be pasted On the product to inform on the chances of addiction -advertisements on the banes of it on various medias and forms eg. Bookmarks, flyers, pamphlets -Grading addiction We would grade the people and classify them based on the hours of Non-essential websurfing a day over three months. - <1hr-not addictedCriterion: - 1hr-6hr of non-essential web surfing-mildly addicted - >6hr- addicted from research by Addiction -Grading product-grades would be across five levels;1-very low,2-low,3-average, 4-susceptible,5-highly susceptible. We would be calculating the increase in percentage of time spent for the various groups:Level 1-0-20%, Level 2-21-40%,level 3-41-60%, level 4-61%-80%, level 5-80%>
  19. 19. Solution 8FP Alternative livingGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility ofArtificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human lifeso that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are notimpinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?To have an alternative place to live awayfrom Earth and the impacts on A.I forsome of the public for a year all over theglobe so that the people will do away withA.I. for a period of time.
  20. 20. Research 8Many scientists have researched about thepossibilities of living in space and they have comeup with three ideas. Namely : a space station , theMoon and Mars. Although a space station may notbe able to occupy everyone, it is still a good ideato start with. Scientist make use of space stationto check and experience the possibility of living inspace. Form there, scientists would require lesserfuel to go to space and this increases thepossibilities as there are more chances of findingan alternative living. This operation wouldtherefore start with moving people into spacetogether with the supplies to support human life http://library.thinkquest.org/TQ0312074/living.h
  21. 21. Solution 9FP Banning A.I.Given that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility ofArtificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human lifeso that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are notimpinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?To ban the production of A.I. for all robot-making companies given notice of a yearfrom all over the globe so that the peoplehave no chance of A.I. in their lives.
  22. 22. Research 9Many researchers would have found out about hemany problems with A.I. and would have foundways to try to solve the issues and to have a wayfor the people to have an alternative source ofhelp. However, many companies continue theproduction of such robots, thus, there could be analternative to ban all the artificial intelligencebefore any negative impacts can take place.
  23. 23. Solution 10FPGiven that cytrons are not going to protect the rights ofhumans, In what ways might we minimize the possibility ofArtificial intelligence taking over a large aspect of human lifeso that the pressures of such artificial intelligence are notimpinged upon the year 2042 and beyond?To impose license tax on the use ofartificial intelligence for all citizens fromeach country given notice of a month sothat people will refrain from using A.I.
  24. 24. Research 10Many companies have developed licensetax for usage of materials and resourcesincluding Artificial Intelligence, also knownas robots. These platforms are rapidlygrowing and there can be more of suchtaxes in future for such usage of therobots. These taxes can be imposed onother countries in future or set up as aUnited Nations Treaty
  25. 25. Criterion/solu fastes cheape Easies Least Least Needs Most Most safest Most totaltion t st t to manpo supplie most eco- feasible accepted maint wer s comm. friendl ain items yLimit robots 8 5 7 7 1 1 2 8 8 7 54Independence 6 7 3 4 7 5 10 2 5 6 55Shipping tax 10 2 8 9 9 4 8 6 5 3 64rehab 4 8 5 1 8 7 5 3 7 5 53Habit replace 7 6 4 3 3 9 3 4 6 8 53Control 1 4 10 8 6 6 7 10 10 9 71authorityPublic 5 10 1 2 2 10 4 6 9 10 59awarenessAlternative 3 3 2 5 5 2 1 1 1 1 24livingBan A.I. 2 9 6 6 4 8 9 9 8 4 65License tax 9 1 9 10 10 3 6 7 4 2
  26. 26. REHABSolution:To push out rehabilitation for the technology addictsto take up in the country over the period of a yearfrom screening to treatment to post-rehab, so thatthey are no longer addicted to the technology theyare using Steps:1. Screening of background( research of patient) 2. Determine type of treatment; outpatient or inpatient 3. Post-rehab/ monitoring of patient(PLS note that this problem is based on logic and proposed steps so research hasBeen left out for time on elaboration and the info on the next slide is for reference)
  27. 27. Step 1: Background Information Find out background information of addicted individual, anything that could affect his rate of recovery: E.g. Abuse history (How much has he been addicted to A.I and for how long?) Mental Health/Physical Health/Present Health (Find out all health records of addicted individual, whether mental of physical. Does he suffer from any mental disorder? Does he have any chronic diseases? How healthy is he currently both mentally and physically?) Medical needs (Is the patient allergic to certain things? Does he need special accommodation during treatment?) Influences/Stressors (Could the stressors complicate his recovery? Family? Financial Needs? Social problems?) Step 2: Type of treatment After finding out all the information that could affect the recovery of the addicted individual, based on that information, allocate a certain type of rehabilitation to the individual. There are 2 main types of treatment; outpatient treatment and inpatient treatment. Outpatient treatment refers to treatment for individuals that are not extremely addicted and are able to continue living on independently, whose functioning is still sufficient to attend care while living at home. This kind of treatment gives the addicted individual a lot of freedom. He can live as usual but will have scheduled meetings with the therapists and other people who are going to treat him. He may need to submit to random spot checks on his life-style and things like that to ensure his is on the right track. For inpatient treatment, the addicted individual receives less freedom. He is forced to stay in a controlled environment, a place created by the rehabilitation organization for him to live in. He is isolated from the outside world that could trigger his addiction. He is monitored continuously and in the structured environment, he is given treatment. He will be given more and more freedom as time passes with the doctor’s confirmation that he is able to have this amount of freedom without getting addicted again Step 3: Post-rehabilitationWhen the addicted individual has finally made the replacement a habit, we will let him re-enter society and live his lifeendently. But we can’t just completely forget about him. We need to ensure that he stays away from the addiction and doesve a relapse. To do this, we ensure that before letting him leave, he is determined to not have a relapse, meaning that he will00% commitment into not getting addicted. 100% commitment means that there are no choices; he simply isn’t going to get
  28. 28. HABIT REPLACEMENT To suggest a replacement for the habit of internet immersion for internet addicts to stop their addiction, in the country over a period of 2 months for habit development and alternative habit seeking so that the addicts are not overly indulging in Internet usage.Dr Phil( renowned and certified practitioner) suggest too that this habit replacement for addictionis a viable and most suitable solutionA case study of how replacing is possiblehttp://www.allaboutaddiction.com/addiction/replacement-therapy-addiction-treatment-makes-s
  29. 29. Step 4: Replacement When someone is addicted to something, he isn’t addicted to the act itself, he is addicted to what he gains from the addictive act. For example, smokers are addicted to smoking not because they like breathing in smoke but because they like the relaxing feeling the nicotine gives them. Hence, to kick this addiction, we need to find a better replacement to what he is addicted to that still achieves the desired effect. In the smoker’s case, that would besomething that allows them to relax. With the parallel of smoking again, a good replacement may be taking a hot bath or watching a comedy, something that relaxes them but is more productive and actually good for them. When people are addicted to A.I. the root cause for it is to make life easier, so they won’t get as tired as easily. Hence, we give the replacement for the thing that they use A.I. for which still makes life easy. For example, if the addicted individual is addicted to the use of the computer because there is the internet they surf for pleasure. We would propose an alternative to give them pleasure without having to use the internet, such as book reading or dancing or any other hobby they are interested in. This really depends on the thing they are addicted to and their preferences. A good way to think of a replacement would then be to ask the addicted individual; what he loves doing, what makes him feel happy, what gives him pleasure? Step 5: Making it a habit Once you have gotten your replacement, it is not enough to just have a replacement; you need to make it a habit. The key here is to override the urges to do the action of addiction with the new replacement. For example, whenever thesmoker has the urge to take a puff we would immediately make him take a hot bath or watch a comedy. Whenever theaddicted individual wants to go on the internet and do mindless surfing, he would immediately pick up a book to read.Our brain works through association. Every time we have the urge to do something and decide to do the replacement, our brain would instinctively do the replacement the next time we have the same urge. Essentially, we are replacing the bad addiction with a good replacement. A good way to go about this is the 30 day trial method. We would make people think that they only have to put up with this replacement for 30 days and after that they can return back to the addiction. However, we will NOT allow them to return to the addiction. But with this mindset, the people will willingly go through all 30 days of the replacement. Studies have shown that it just takes 21 days to make something a habit. Hence, if he can last 30 days of the replacement, this replacement will would most likely be ingrained into their brains. This process of making it a habit will continue on for as long as it needs to make sure that it really is a habit.
  30. 30. A.I.CONTROL AuthorityTo set up an organisation( Artificial Intelligence ControlAuthority) to screen and deem the product of any companyclear of any possible resulting in addiction all around the worfor the next ten years to prevent any products that may resuin addiction to be on the market and harm the people in thefuture.Proven effectiveness of the FDA which would be modeled on for the AICAhttp://www.medicalprogresstoday.com/spotlight/spotlight_indarchive.php?id=1290
  31. 31. Part 1: The Public With the Internet being used widely by marketers to sell their A.I. without any forms of checking if it is safe, the AICA willalso have m extensive to alert and educate the public about risks of being dependent on A.I. It would also point out some ofthe problems other consumers have run into when using a certain A.I. and they would give advice on how to manage these problems and what the best course of action would be if anyone of them would run into such problems themselves. The AICA will also keep a watchful eye over the advertisements by companies that manufacture A.I. on any media source. They will ensure that the companies are not giving false information about the A.I. and that they remain truthful. The AICA will also make sure that the advertisements do not incite inappropriate usage by an unapproved age-group and that they have an adequate explanation on the harms and risks of using that particular A.I. so that people buy these A.I. with an informed choice The AICA encourages consumers to report problems to them via phone or though the website. Concerned individuals may report problems with A.I. gadgets, companies and other items overseen by the AICA. Quite often this allows the AICA to concentrate its protection efforts and quickly issue alerts if a certain item is reported more than once. It also alerts the investigative staff to check into the problem and if necessary require a manufacturer recall of the item in question and investigation would be carried out immediately. Part 2: Approval Process/ Investigations When a consumer sends a complaint about a certain gadget or when a new gadget is being release, these procedures will take place to check if the gadget is safe for consumers. Step 1: Testing on Non-addicted Individuals In this step, we will let some individuals who have been screened and confirmed to not be addicted to A.I. totry out these gadgets for a period of time. Then we will see how long it takes for him to show any signs of addiction to it and from there calculate how addictive it is. Based on our model (Refer to Model on Level of Addiction) we will decide if it is safe enough to be used by layman consumers. Step 2: Testing on Different Levels of Addicted People Now that we have confirmed if it is safe on normal people, we need to see whether it is relatively safe for already addicted people of varying levels. We conduct the same testing just on 3 other groups of people. Mildly-addicted people, averagely-addicted people and highly addicted people. We then see the time period before they start showing
  32. 32. Public awarenessTo push out a string of implementations to cultivate publicawareness on the banes of technology for the public in ayear all over the globe so that they steer away from thetechnology and avoid being addicted to it. Implementations: -a criterion for the people to refer to which will be pasted On the product to inform on the chances of addiction -advertisements on the banes of it on various medias and forms eg. Bookmarks, flyers, pamphlets
  33. 33. TABLE:Grading the addiction(across 3 months): <1hr-not addicted 1hr-6hr of non-essential web surfing-mildlyaddicted >6hr- addicted from research by Addiction MedicineCentre, General Hospital of Beijing Military Region, Beijing China and2 Chinese PLA 254 Hospital, Tianjin, China(Tao, R., Huang, X., Wang, J., Zhang, H., Zhang, Y.and Li, M. (2010), Proposed diagnostic criteria for internet addiction. Addiction, 105: 556–564. doi: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2009.02828.x)grading the product:the grades would be across five levels;1-very low,2-low,3-average, 4-susceptible,5-highly susceptiblewe would be calculating the increase in percentage of time spent for the variousgroups:Level 1-0-20%, Level 2-21-40%,level 3-41-60%, level 4-61%-80%, level 5-80%>

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