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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
11/13/2017 11:11:41 PM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
There lies the challenge--and we have to maintain our vigilance and sense of purpose--otherwise I will remind all of the "Battlestar Gallatica" scenario I have noted in my comments during our on-going discourse.     This is something, for the record, Elon Musk has underscored--I am glad to see I'm not the only one!!

 

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afwriter
afwriter
11/13/2017 10:48:30 PM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
@mpourarayan I don't think we will ever become subservient to machines, though a lot of people see that outcome with AI. I think we will become too complacent with them. With subservience, a total tech blackout would mean the humans win, with complacency a total technology blackout would probably lead to the end of the human race. 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
11/13/2017 3:47:26 AM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
Yes, Change is the only constant and we have to embrace it no doubt--but we cannot be subservient to Machines--I trust that all the leading lights of Tech will embrace it and never forget it. 

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batye
batye
11/13/2017 3:44:56 AM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
@mpouraryan  yes but ability and willingness to learn and embrace new things, new ideas, new technology... improving us at the end... 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
11/13/2017 3:29:18 AM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
....the challenge is, as I have underscored repeatedly throughout my discourse, is to have a sense of humanity--although Kurzweill puts a good positive spin, the idea of humans being equal to machines is challenging--and that's putting it mildly....

 

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batye
batye
11/13/2017 3:22:06 AM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
@mpouraryan I could not agree more, you are soo right in your point of view... as technology changes we must embrace it and change with it... 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
11/13/2017 3:01:55 AM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
..the key is to make sure that Technology is one's friend and partner--not the other way around--which is underscored by the rise of AI--although Kurzweil gives us a more optimstic view as underscored by this I picked up and released to my own personal blog not so long ago:

http://thefounder.thedailyoutsider.com/2017/10/on-prowl-ray-kurzweil-disruptive.html

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batye
batye
11/13/2017 2:59:35 AM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
@mpouraryan always hopping for the best and bright new future with techology helps... 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
11/12/2017 7:41:31 PM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
As I have been "sounding the alarm", there is also this bit of an "optmistic" note which I hope the community enjoys--we have to remain hopeful no matter what!!

https://www.recode.net/2017/10/18/16492156/coaching-cloud-future-work-jobs-artificial-intelligence-ai-enterprise-employee-training

 

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batye
batye
11/12/2017 6:56:48 PM
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Re: Maybe not despite, maybe because
@mpouraryan thanks for a link love it :) very interesting reading- reminder... We are living in new times... new game of life...

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