Never mind that this WAS LITERALLY A SCENE IN ROBOCOP.Once again selecting one Bob tweet so I don't go insane trying to comprehend his stupidity (how the fuck does anyone tweet this much, there is something seriously wrong with Bob):
I like how this fucking dumbass completely misunderstands the guy's rebuttal to his "durr robocop gud" argument. It's the same sort of ignorance that basically anyone who's never done any studies into artificial intelligence possesses, this idea that machines are infallible and if we just make a good enough AI then we won't have to worry about human failings ever again! They're oblivious to the truth that an AI is only as good as the people who program it, as well as the data it's fed.
This was the point that Jackson there was trying to make: there are countless examples of AI getting things wrong, sometimes hilarious (a facial recognition AI that kept classifying black people as gorillas), sometimes fatal (Tesla's autopilot causing cars to slam into barriers at highway speeds because it thought the barrier was the road). AI isn't just a magic wand that you wave at things to make them instantly perfect. Like anything created by imperfect human beings, it has flaws and blind spots. I don't think any of these are actually intentional, so it's disingenuous to claim that a bunch of racist programmers think black people are apes. It just goes to show how much work still remains in the field.
Bob being Bob, he thinks that Jackson was only referring to the cops as being racist (because duh, all cops are racist), not the programmers themselves. Thus, he sees no problem with replacing all cops with robots that accidentally end up killing any black people they see due to a bug in their code.
It's incredible just how dense this fatso can be sometimes. Like, black hole dense. No intelligent thought (or hamburger) can escape Blobbo's event horizon.
Bobby really has no excuse.