Numai_theOnlyOne t1_jeb9lah wrote

Tbh can we separate human learning with AI learning?

A human is a biological imperfect being that require time and repetition to learn.

AI needs just a large pool of data and can the same as millions of humans in a fracture of the time required.

I think that's not the same learning, and a thing that honestly should be questioned, after all our content was created with humans in mind and not meant to been used for ai.


Numai_theOnlyOne t1_jeb91dq wrote

Yeah and it makes sense as human but I can see this being an issue with AI and how fast it can learn.

After all suddenly whatever I posted anywhere is used to generate revenue which was formerly targeted towards people for free to get response for free. AI though usually requires you to pay for it. So why shouldn't the pay me to use my data? Sure maybe there is someone that made money with my response, and I might buy any of there stuff that's fine because it was not only because of my input unlike AI which only works because of the data. Same with artists. They were posting stuff for free not to be used for free but to present their art and land a job. You can't also not just rip an image from the internet and use it in a commercial because "it was freely available on the internet".