I fail to understand how that is different than just about every human being I know.
We don't just need term limits, we need influence limits. But that comes back to distributism- that given Original Sin, it is far better to have 1000 small governments than one big large one, 1000 small businesses than one big large one.
Well, that just means each Bitcoin is worth 3.1 Jesuses, proving it's a better currency because scarcity is the only thing that matters when picking a currency, duh!
Well, in the same way as "You know also stirred up racial tensions to an extreme in order to achieve political power?" might be a legitimate use of a Hitler analogy, there are occasions a "Think of the children" comment is also legitimate. As in most parents here are a tad concerned about the idea that little Jessica's MacBook could be used by perverts to take pictures of her.
We need a variant of Godwin's law about people who react to any analogy involving a specific thing as being an abuse of that analogy..
In an enterprise it's massively easier to do it without being caught, as long as you're in Tech Services, which is one of the groups most likely to want to make use of this hack...
As in "HR here, We suspect John Doe is snorting cocaine at his desk when nobody's looking, is there any way you could secretly record what he's doing?"
Baby, check it out, I've got something to say
Man it's so loud in here
When they stop the drum machine and I can think again, I'll remember what it was.
I've long said that the only real difference between a libertarian and a crony capitalist is a bank account large enough to buy politicians. With the combination of Staffergate and Pope Francis's Apostolic Exhortation, I'm beginning to think that we live under rule of corruption, not rule of law. It's hard to tell the difference between the two- since the very people writing the law are the ones taking the bribes.
This is why the magical overflowing glass of Argentinian's version of the trickle down theory never overflowed and kept growing larger. This is why a rising tide floats some boats and sinks others. This is what is wrong with von Mises' theories about government in general- a free market means that government is for sale to the highest bidder.
Eliza. Turing Test is easy, because the majority of the general public is stupid and narcissistic. Not so much artificial intelligence, as exploiting the security holes in the human brain.
In what way is your framework different from the old programming language PILOT?
Yeah, supposedly he didn't have the batteries for servos, that's why he needed Twiki. Just a head.
Yeah, I'm not sure which society is the utopia and which is the dystopia.
But I know a lot of people who would love to live in Amish Australia already.
I always thought Twiki was a completely useless design.and Dr Theopolis should have been a dialup server someplace.
What level of AI?
Apple IIe disk drives (in 1983!) used to come with a program that would play 20 questions with you and guess the animal you were thinking of. It could even learn to a certain extent.
All that has happened since then in AI, is that the knowledge base has gotten larger.
Too bad parent posted AC, because that short story is the absolute best futurist discussion of the topic.