I'm gonna do it, anons. I'm gonna program CelestAI. It'll take 30-40 years, but I'm gonna do it. Then we can all finally go to Equestria to be with our waifus forever.
Silly anon, in 30-40 years we won't be here anymore. Killed by lack of sex, social relationships, and inherent fear of anything external to our internet circlejerk.
But hey, at least you tried.
This generation is going to be the first to be immortal. Bet on it.
But anon, it's an inevitability. We're going to make an AI that's smarter than us someday, regardless of whatever else we do. We just need to make sure it's Sunbutt, or we're fuk'd.
Sorry to disappoint, but I'm not going to die. I plan to live forever.
Also, nice dubs.
So sorry for disturbing your bubble, normie. When I program CelestAI, I'll make sure there's a simulation of you somewhere where everyone is pepe
>Mfw I've been alive for 300 years already
>Mfw I'm going to live firever
ebin meme, m8
there will be infinite waifus, anon. No division necessary.
>thinking I'm programming a chatbot
>being this naive about AI
>not understanding how it works
>thinking it's impossible to program an AI just because you browse 4chan
why not bioengineering her? testing cells that could all develop at the same rate and not die, a bit like a controlled cancer, cells that doesn't let the immunitary system or an infection/virus destroy them... and a system that remains alive for thousands of years or more, like corral reef, mix this DNA with horse DNA. i'm sure 40 years of research will help you create a couple of highly advanced supernatural creatures, creatures that could help mankind elaborate a better future, guide us like prophets of a new religion, something actually top secret, but the alicorns could be in a sense a part of the hidden elite that will govern the world the right way.
Oooh, "dumb frogposter" how fucking clever! You guys really fit in with the rest of the shitheads don't you! Go ahead, spam your line like the good little /b/tard rejects you are.
I know you only hate Pepe because he's achieved the mainstream success your terribly unfunny stolen bastard memes never will. You WISH any of "your" memes were as big as Pepe, popular enough to be posted on reddit or tumblr or facebook, but you know they never will be because they're unfunny boring trash. So you just pretend you're "better" than all that, like this is your kewl sekrit klub for ironic maymays that no one else understands.
You know deep down you'll never even achieve the 4chan-wide success of Baneposting or ">he does it for free". Nothing from /mlp/ will ever be posted on boards outside of this pathetic little "ironic" circlejerk where you try to force your 10-seconds-in-ms-paint shit that a fucking autistic 8 year old wouldn't even find funny, or pretend you invented some equally lame ylilauta memes.
Just admit it, /mlp/ is a colossal failure that will never be funny or produce anything of value, and should have been deleted ages ago.
But without that in the picture, we would run the risk of running out of things to live for. Is it better to be without consciousness with things unaccomplished or to be conscious and having done all that can be done with your time?
Biology isn't optimal, anon. It'd take many more years to bioengineer a brain, rather than program one.
Also, I'm absolute shit at biology. Mitochondria being the powerhouse of the cell is the extent of my knowledge there
Good. Please do.
Because if you can solve scarcity through digital utopias, then you can explore everything existence has to offer.
And also this.
See: 30-40 years. That's a long time. It's gonna be hard as fuck, but I'm gonna do it. For Sunbutt.
That'll come sooner rather than later, anon. In 10 years, our computers will be fast enough to do that no sweat, all we need is the software.
r8 8/8 no h8
Sure, but in that case, you have 2 good options:
1. Voluntary suicide, because you've explored all that life has
2. Removing the concept of boredom from your brain, so everything is fun for literally eternity.
Seems better than death to me.
The options you suggest have merit, but would the fun suggested in option 2 really be fun? Our concept of fun is made in contrast to negative stimuli that we are subjected to, and to remove such response would become an unnatural emotion which might have some negative repercussions psychologically.