Randy Smith wrote:
> There were 2 one-hour PBS programs airing here in Houston last night that
> both dealt with how the future of humanity was bascially a cyborg future.
> Great stuff. I saw some interviews: Moravec, and yes, Bill Joy got his say.
And he was even in favor of these technologies. Which got me thinking:
of all the possible forms that the Singularity may take, might the
cyborg one, where humans uplift themselves via augmentation rather than
engineering only their kids or building advanced AIs, be the most
publically acceptable one (since it best deals with currently existing
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