So does money.
Private businesses, motivated by profit, can?t be relied on to police themselves against the horrors unfettered AI could bring
The world?s richest man and others are describing a world with little work.
According to the NYT, Elon Musk plans to start putting brain implants in humans. No doubt this is to counter the implants that Bill Gates has been putting into people via the Covid vaccines.
The comeback of sailing ships has long been predicted. There are problems (detailed in this article) but expect they will in fact make some sort of comeback as we move away from fossil fuels. Perhaps dirigibles will too.
It is surprisingly difficult to build a carbon neutral sailing ship. This is even more the case today, because our standards for safety, health, hygiene, comfort, and convenience have changed profoundly since the Age of Sail.
We’re still waiting.
The vehicle runs on regular fuel and can travel up to 1,000km while airborne, its creator says.
As annual floods return to Italy’s canal city of Venice, a newly installed flood barrier manages to keep the rising waters at bay – a success hailed as vital to its tourism recovery
Presumably, some entrepreneur will offer the combined services of Ueber and a brothel. Not just sex in a car but also transportation from point A to point B. Arrive satisfied!
I can’t help wondering what David Levy would think of this story.
Knife-wielding sex robots could be a very real possibility if security is not treated as a top priority by manufacturers.
Deep learning, deep insights, deep artificial minds ? the list goes on and on. But with unprecedented promise comes some unprecedented peril.