In a message dated 10/3/2000 7:33:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com
<< No (but yes, I do care), my "premise" is that anti-AI is the threat that
will one way or another overpower. Intelligence, whether augmented,
evolved, generated in a vat, or distributed via the Net, shall displace and
supersede egoistic concerns and identity models.
What do you think?
(Don't hold back. Let's hear what you really think. Come on... how do you
things will turn out?) >>
I think that technological predicitions for the last 20 years have erred on
the side over-optimism, in the same sense that we'd have colonies in space by
the year 2000 and moving sidewalks. Following that conjecture the scientific
advancements will continue, but never as quickly as desired by the
futurists/transhumanists/extropians. I think that will allow time to adjust
to new technological change and A.I. to become kinder, gerntler, and prosaic.
We are the A.I. because it will need us to feel and things and so
forth-because only a human can-right now.
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