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According to Scott Galloway, the author of The Four, Google is like a modern day God. We look to Google for answers (and get them!). We confide in Google with some of our deepest queries and issues. We TRUST that Google will give us accurate answers and guidance. Google connects society with common beliefs and values. Google is omnipresent, omniscient and immortal. In many respects Google (a company) is more powerful than society as a whole, including government. It's motto is "Don't Be Evil," which is what every other religion claims to support. Google cares about each and every one of us as individuals, and in return we tend to be loyal users, returning again and again for more knowledge and truth.
AI (artificial intelligence) is the concept that robots or machines can develop cognitive functions like humans. And while the AI that we have now is quite basic, in a few decades, their intelligence might exceed that of humans. Should AI be viewed as a threat of not?
My friend does not think my chrome theme is cool. It is, but I would like to see others perspectives. Please provide evidence and reasons if you think my extension is cool or not. The attached debate icon is the theme in question. Please no trolls, nincompoops, lollygaggers, or haters.
Scientists are beginning to view aging as more of a disease than an inevitable part of the circle of life. Will new advances in gene therapy, gene editing and nano tech eventually lead to biologically immortal superhumans? Or will humans always suffer and die in one way or another? The most optimistic transhumanists say we could achieve biological immortality by 2050.
Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor and businessman, who has been described as America's greatest inventor. But many would argue that most of his inventions are not his at all, and that he took the credit for other peoples work, namely Nikola Tesla ( 10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) who was a Serbian-American inventor, engineer, field theorist and futurist.Tesla is best known for his work on the alternating current (AC) electricity supply system and wireless transmission.
There are many good gaming systems out in the world and some people think that newer is better, but it's not. Also, if the gaming system wasn't good, then why are there people still making games for it.
The technological singularity can be described as the point at which Artificial Computer Intelligence reaches a point where it is considered perfect...billions of times smarter than all of humanity, and impossible to track its improvement, since it would be so fast. This would bring changes to humanity that is almost unimaginable, and many say that we should fear the technological singularity since there is a risk of a super intelligent AI enslaving or killing off the human race. But is this a realistic fear? Should we avoid the technological singularity?
Aren't the naked images of children, being produced by full body scanners at the airports, considered to be child pornography? It is my opinion that all children should be exempt from the scanning process.
we being SPAMMED by bots from some shoe company and some political
organization trying to propagandize us about flipped classrooms?? Do
bots register on millions of sites and spread their spam?excon
Experts believe we will have a new species of human by the year 2050 and this new species is called Homo Optimus. As our technology and scientific knowledge advances we will soon be able to incorporate neural interfaces into the human brain making our conciseness uploadable. We will be able to create artificial bodies that are immune to illness and aging. We will basically be immortal.I just have to stay alive for 33 more years and my dreams of eternal learning could possibly come to fruition.Would you like to be apart of such a future or not?
Nowadays E-books became insanly popular but have you ever thought about the fact that E-books might replace books ? Do you really prefer reading a novel from your computer or a real printed book ? Should books really be made redundant?
friend that I play fantasy baseball with just died.. Apparently,
SOMEBODY knew enough about his life to NOTIFY his friends. So, I'm
thinking, NOBODY knows much about my life, and if I died, nobody would know it. Then
it hit me.. iDead.... It's an app for the fitbit or smartwatch that
can tell when you're dead, and then follow your instructions.. What?excon