Bryan Moss wrote:
> J. Maxwell Legg wrote:
> > As to how and why AI will influence the
> > accounting business, several comments need to be
> > made. Firstly, it will become obvious that AI's
> > data mining efforts are being frustrated by the
> > inability to access full transactional content.
> > Then it will become globally apparent that
> > national currencies are in fact an unregulated
> > but inferior form of supervised neural network
> > (i.e., all those cumbersome hidden layers, the
> > invisible hand of capitalism, etc.) Capitalism
> > is not a natural law of nature, as some like to
> > say, and was born during times of inferior data
> > gathering concepts.
> Are you suggesting creating a giant neural net to
> facilitate resource sharing, so rather than be
> held at the whim of capitalists the economy itself
> will decide who gets what and when?
A capitalistic economy is already an autonomous entity and capitalists mere components, but I strongly feel it is in need of a purposeful hybridization to allow it to evolve beyond a zero-sum game. Indeed the following software component can co-evolve along the way to adjust out the whim component.
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