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Jul 27
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And what happens once the machines understand they are superior to the humans? Home Depot dramatically changes forever.
Jun 13
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(Source: minusmanhattan, via ricp)

Jun 11
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futurescope:

Robot ethics: Morals and the machine

via 33rd Square:

As robots grow more autonomous, society needs to develop rules to manage them. A recent piece in the Economist explored the issue of robot ethics and some of the dilemmas that autonomous machines present.

[more @33rdSquare & @The Economist]

See the logic here? “Lawyers” standing behind machines killing people. Who could think of a more perfect scenario?

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Jun 06
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A lot of Postum in the tunnels. Sometimes some pretty good instant. When I travel back in time, the first place I go is to a good coffee joint.

A lot of Postum in the tunnels. Sometimes some pretty good instant. When I travel back in time, the first place I go is to a good coffee joint.

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Apr 13
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Never tried that with me. I would have came back from the future and put a big post where I was standing.

(Source: hangofthursdays)

Apr 06
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Apr 04
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Someone is smellin’ what the Rock is cookin’

Someone is smellin’ what the Rock is cookin’

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Mar 13
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We’re moving, as Johnson and colleagues put it, “from a mixed phase of humans and machines, in which humans have time to assess information and act, to an ultrafast all-machine phase in which machines dictate price changes.” We’re crossing a boundary into a trading twilight zone, and doing so without much thought or awareness of the potential dangers.
Mar 06
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It all starts somewhere.

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It all starts somewhere.