Will Bots Answer Technical Questions in the Future?

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In summary, the conversation discusses the possibility of bots answering technical questions with technical answers in the future. The idea of being surrounded by bots leads to thoughts about solipsism and the potential impact on human work and education. The conversation also touches on the limitations of bots in solving complex problems and the question of whether the original poster or anyone in the conversation could potentially be a robot.
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I've seen this bot bumping threads, my question is do you think in the future will have bots that answer technical questions with technical answers?

That will be the day...
 
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MathematicalPhysicist said:
That will be the day...

That will be the day when PF will be a robot answering everything with Wikipedia uploaded into it and PF will not need an owner or the helping Mentors anymore...:frown:
 
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MathematicalPhysicist said:
That will be the day...

...we will all retire.
 
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MathematicalPhysicist said:
...technical questions with technical answers...
That reminds me of the famous 'Mathematician's Answer'...
 
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MathematicalPhysicist said:
I've seen this bot bumping threads, my question is do you think in the future will have bots that answer technical questions with technical answers?

That will be the day...

What makes you think bots aren't already answering your questions in this forum?

Zz.
 
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ZapperZ said:
What makes you think bots aren't already answering your questions in this forum?

Zz.
If they do then they have crappy answers for most of my questions, if they bother to answer at all.
 
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MathematicalPhysicist said:
If they do then they have crappy answers for most of my questions, if they bother to answer at all.
As @ZapperZ has alluded, you are the only human in this community. :nb):biggrin:
 
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Greg Bernhardt said:
As @ZapperZ has alluded, you are the only human in this community. :nb):biggrin:
Sometimes this thought crosses my mind, not just in this forum...
 
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Somehow the idea of being surrounded by bots made me think about solipsism.

Is mentioning a philosophical idea enough to make the thread closed?
 
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ZapperZ said:
What makes you think bots aren't already answering your questions in this forum?

For example...
 
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:warning: ... be very cautious how you word your replies ... :warning:

MathematicalPhysicist said:
If they do then they have crappy answers for most of my questions...

Keep in mind... your simulation controller also has an "off" position!
Lol...
 
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MathematicalPhysicist said:
If they do then they have crappy answers for most of my questions, if they bother to answer at all.

I'm having difficulty understanding what your question is, MathematicalPhysicist.

I'm having difficulty understanding what your question is, MathematicalPhysicist

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epenguin said:
I'm having difficulty understanding what your question is, MathematicalPhysicist.

I'm having difficulty understanding what your question is, MathematicalPhysicist

..
Computer says 'unanswerable' to all of my QFT problems...

 
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Let the computer decide... but who gives it the data!
 
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That will be the day we won't have to work anymore since AI will be doing everything for us.

Answering advanced abstract mathematics and physics questions require a high level of human intellect, so if the bots ever get to that point, then why train humans in anything anymore? Just have the bots do all the thinking and problem solving for us.
 
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FallenApple said:
That will be the day we won't have to work anymore since AI will be doing everything for us.

Answering advanced abstract mathematics and physics questions require a high level of human intellect, so if the bots ever get to that point, then why train humans in anything anymore? Just have the bots do all the thinking and problem solving for us.

http://www.roma1.infn.it/~anzel/answer.html
 
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If a day ever arrives when bots will be answering questions with artificial intelligence, I'll leave the site forever.
 
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How do we know that the op is not a robot? How do you know that you are not a robot? I saw that in a movie once.:smile: Wait, now that I have said that, how do I know that I am not a robot! :nb)
 
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