I find the whole think kind of surprising, since it is known that the whole brain doesn't go to sleep at the same time. Sleepwalking happens when part of it isn't asleep at all.
Neat. Could be used during surgeries instead of anesthesia, or could be weaponized to disable enemy combatants.
Sure, just capture them and subject them to brain surgery for the implant, then turn them lose so you can capture them easier next time.
I have a few. whichever ones i successfully snatched off the playground. usually the slowest runners.
In case you haven't heard, there's a more fun way of getting kids.
Those damb religio-political dogmatists keep blocking publication of my papers on the theory of anturgic phrogneal boropathy.
he believes in some mythical exponential increase in computer intelligence
Something about a beast named DCLXVI ? Dacelixovius the bigfoot?
And let me guess: we'll all be riding on hoverboards...
AI has to get in line behind my flying car.
MAYBE machine intelligence will surpass humans in some ways, but where the hell do we get this idea that they’ll decide we’re unstable and wipe us out? Sci Fi? Do we get it from anything RATIONAL?
Your subject line holds the answer: Maybe the idiot futurists really are in danger of being surpassed by machines!
They just haven't figured out that the rest of us aren't idiots too.
People who think AI is a looming threat to humanity learned all they know about AI from comic books and movies.
By that measure, isn't AMD also fabless because TSMC makes their chips? (or at least their big processors)
I guess what I mean by "making" is "designing and having someone fabricate for them". That is what would set it apart from all of the other ARM chips out there today.