But I guess going the emulation route is cooler.
But I guess going the emulation route is cooler.
For each email received, the receiving server shall send a request to the sending server to have the email resend. The request should be done via an email, as if the receiver answered the sender.
Once the receiver receives the email back, intact, then it is confirmed that this is an original email. Otherwise the email shall be deleted.
This is nothing more than the receiver calling the sender to ask "did you send this email?", automated.
After a few years of terrorists tricking the system with their face alterations, what is it that will come? Can you guess?
Can you say 'chip'?
Chipping will be mandatory then, and everyone not accepting it will be labelled as a terrorist.
Thank god people haven't understood yet this. As soon as they realize that what a computer lacks is a model of the world, i.e. information, we are almost done as programmers.
The real reason I cannot give a command to my computer to "create me a site like slashdot" for example, is that the computer doesn't know what I am saying.
As soon as deep knowledge AI systems are fully developed, and loaded with the appropriate knowledge, our days as programmers will be over.
I've read all comments, and it seems everyone here accepts that providing a file sharing service is an illegal activity.
Did this man actually uploaded copyrighted material? He did not.
Did he worked on it with the purpose of others uploading movies? He did not. He just provided a file sharing service, which I have used it myself to distribute family videos that were large enough to not be sharable by email.
So why do you all accept this ludicrus position that file sharing is illegal?
Almost all ancient cultures depicted a solar system of 12 planets. Early civilizations like the Sumerians considered the planets to be Gods, which later transpired to the Greek Dodecatheon (12 gods) and the 12 disciples of Jesus.
It is quite surprising to me that we can't detect these bodies. It is ok not to detect them on visible light, but what about the infrared? IRAS was supposed to have discovered a large planetary body at the border of our solar system in 1982. Shouldn't we have ten times better infrared telescopes today?
And why isn't it detecting waves on a daily basis? The universe is supposed to contain billions of black holes.
Also, you don't need to simulate a universe in real time.
Based on the knowlesdge we have, we can write a universe simulation that runs slower than our universe.
Pretty soon the people that work and support the rest of the society will demand more rights for them or less rights for those that do not work.
This will create huge social problems, and may even lead to civil war.
Muslims all over the world think the West is corrupt and immoral and it must be set on the right path.
2nd and 3rd generation Muslims that live in western countries fill ashamed of and guilty to help maintain these western immoral and corrupt societies. Some of those react by embracing terrorism.
1st generation Muslim immigrants that have struggled to get a place in western societies don't choose terrorism because they are torn inside: from one side, they dislike the West, and from the other side, they feel obliged to the West.
It has nothing to do with poorness or social outcasting. It has only to do with how Muslims see the western civilization. That is why terrorists are not poor or uneducated.
Since the system gives you the ability to cancel orders, I don't see what the guy did as illegal.
It is within the rules of the game, so it is legal 100%.
The next AI shock would be in games that the players do not have full knowledge of the game board.
Once that happens, realistic machine intelligence will be one step away. All that would be needed is to hook up a computer with external sensors and give it a target that it must survive.
Reality is like a board game where the whole state of it is unknown and the computer, just like humans, will have to speculate, love and fear.
The system is completely flawed, but there's no alternative.
Yes, there is. The alternative is to give people the freedom to choose.
When the make a choice and fuck things up, the next free choice is going to be carefully considered.
Hand holding humanity will never solve the problem and never let humanity grow up.
The developer that programmed E.T. should have denied the initial offer. It wasn't a sane business plan. He should have negotiated for something better.
Insane business plans like this is what gives the job and industry a bad name.
Here is the solution to this problem: basic income for all, fixed prices for all the products needed for a healthy and confortable life, creation of money without interest rate, and birth control.
The cost value assigned to a product is fictitious, and it only represents the will and ambition of its seller to increase their wealth. The so called cost of a product is nothing more than the sum of all the ambitions of all the sellers that created all the intermediate products that were necessary for that product's creation.
Therefore, in order to fix the various social problems we face, including the one of AI removing the need to work, we must fix the prices of products so as that they include a standard amount of profit.
Then we can give a basic income to all, which covers the basic needs for the fixed prices defined above.
People will still be able to get rich, by the quantities of the products they sell, not by manipulating the prices of products.
The next step is to eliminate interest rate when money is created. When a banker pushes a button to create money, he assigns interest rate to it. This leads to money devaluation over time and increased value of wealth. It is a big source of misery, because the money was created out of thin air and the banker shall have no profits from it. Banks shall only be allowed profit on lending existing money.
Finally, a worldwide policy of birth control should be implemented in order to stabilize the world population.
We cannot command nature except by obeying her. -- Sir Francis Bacon