[Robot-for-President] Robo-Mathematician, Professor for Cambridge (fwd)

From: Party of Citizens (citizens@vcn.bc.ca)
Date: Wed Sep 12 2001 - 15:09:30 MDT

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Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 18:52:50 -0000
From: Dr. X <x@kukamail.com>
Reply-To: Robot-for-President@yahoogroups.com
To: "swh1@cam.ac.uk" <swh1@cam.ac.uk>
Cc: "robot-for-president@yahoogroups.com"
Subject: [Robot-for-President] Robo-Mathematician, Professor for Cambridge

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From: Party of Citizens
Subject: [Robot-for-President] Merry Old English Cyborgs on the way...
Date: 10/09/2001 21:28
>> ``We must develop as quickly as possible technologies that make possible a
>> direct connection between brain and computer, so that artificial brains
>> contribute to human intelligence rather than opposing it,'' and we should do
>> this "if we want biological systems to remain superior to electronic ones.''
>> -Hawking

Dear Professor Hawking:

Are you afraid of the competition? If there are a lot of questions about math-physics which you can answer and I cannot or solutions to problems which you can give while I cannot, then you have nothing to worry about. Can you give examples of such questions-solutions so as to put your mind at ease? In a competition between a Robo-Mathematician applying to Oxford and yourself, who would win? Why?

("I, Robot")

>> *** The Era of Total Automation is Now ***

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