I think Mass Effect had a good take on this (though I suspect they stole the idea from somewhere)... We don't have AI yet, we have VI. Real AI that Asimov's laws could apply to is intelligence that can learn and decide on its own. What we have now is "intelligence" governed by fixed algorithms that will always make the same decision in the same situation. When AI can modify its own code and change its mind, lets talk about things like Asimov's laws.
Well when you hit that level, I suspect simply accounting for cost of living rather than net worth is more accurate.
Sounds like the same arguments I've heard for the F-14 vs the F-18 (though I think the maintenance on the F-14 was higher but the F-14 had much higher payloads). Still the F-18 won out in the eyes of the government. Not that that means much these days.
Are you sure it is unrelated? Facebook seems to be asking a lot of money for nothing tangible too...
Your moral compass is misaligned. Some more time with the ISP filter should help recalibrate it.
Then what are my tax dollars going for? If my paying taxes doesn't mean the government does my job I don't want to pay!
Well one of the first things a sex ed site will teach you is you need to love someone before you have sex with them... wait, did I regress to the 50s?
I suspect they are trying to stop the country already, I'm trying to figure out how to catch back up to reality
Makes me think of 8 bit calculations representing large numbers in stead of 64 bit. The 64 bit result might be 4503599627370495 whereas the 8 bit would be 15 with each 1 of the 8 bit value representing 281474976710656. Might work by my brain is too fried at the end of the day to think of applications...
That which most people are watching. Though it looks like TV is starting to loose people there too: http://www.adweek.com/news/technology/sports-fans-slowly-move-tv-internet-151329
Well the most common public perception is christianity promotes good morals and satanism promotes bad morals. Most would agree that promotion of bad morals is a bad thing and promotion of good morals is a good thing. Of course public perception is never wrong and everyone defines morals the same.
What, don't you know marriage is all about reproducing? Who cares if the man and woman love each other or what the effect of a bad marriage can have on the kids so long as they are churning them out.
I'm curious how many would care if the tax deductions were revoked?
Agreed, I've stopped carrying change except to carry it home.
Bah, after a 10 hour day I have the energy to spell check, not grammar check