I love the idea of a cultural response to the fact we are giving over tasks to machines that we are more than capable of doing ourselves. It is currently like a consensual atrophy and I know i am as guilty as anyone else of suffering from it.
that laziness of the people so you can just point and click or swipe those smartphones up and down, so we grab for that smartphone when we open our eyes in the morning, then we take that's things into the kitchen or in the bathroom to look at those cozy thing or familiar and fun things. That the laziness of us! Also, I'm! It looks to me that we as a human race AS A WHOLE cannot resit that things! We may be dragging into that vortext and sucking into like a black hole. I can not think of that people can resist to that AI and robot's thing. End of the humanity is going strong and fastly in the front of our eyes. Time to cry but oh no too busy looking onto the Youtube or that Facebook things 24 hours each days!
Think of how many phone numbers you could recall as a kid and go to a phonebox and dial up. How many from the contact list on your phone could you remember now? It is not just age, I think we are subconsciously becoming slaves to technology over which we once were masters.
Oh yes, agree totally. Mais the ironic things that we can make it the things which will have power over us soon!
I think the Chinese social credit system is specifically the AI we all need to be worried about. That is some seriously scary shit. Another thing that's scary is how people only can be whipped into a frenzy and "unpersoning" is less of a taboo these days....surely it's quite easy for those who are political opposites to Milo to say "Good riddance" but when I see that all I see is certain people disagree with Milo and they disappeared him from Twitter, I wouldn't even trust myself with that kind of power.
"Drown in a vat of whiskey.....death where is thy sting?" - W.C. Fields.
He completely misused the platform he had in so many ways. If anyone can be accused of whipping people into a frenzy then surely Milo is top of that list. To even call yourself a social media refugee is so lame he can hardly be surprised that a career built on shaming others , spreading hate and division for quick bucks and telling lies to distract from your own self hating issues came back and bit his arse.
I predict the loss of many ordinary jobs. Massive overpopulation and technology that no longer requires a service or working class means social policies have to change.
Already out here they are rolling out driverless cars in a few years and apparently drone deliveries are the next thing. Taxi driving or delivering is a pretty big part of any economy along with truck driving.
Then other fields like translation, teaching, xray operator's etc, etc,etc....so many jobs are potentially under threat.
And even if you do not like Milo, you have to be cruel to agree with what has happened to him. You need witty provocateurs in society.
Those driverless Uber and those pilotless airplanes. Who is the most against that's things? I'm.
There is nothing preposterous in what I said. Look how immediately in your first reply you made Milo into a victim.
Freedom was incredibly cruel and you drooled over him, it seems to excite you weirdly. You yourself are quite cruel but you don't like to face it.
I don't think anyone takes you seriously with your black and white thinking Beanz. To describe someone as psychotic or sociopathic is somewhat beyond your little realm. Molyneux is clearly not 'psychotic'.
Milo is a victim of pedophilia whence his views being somewhat skewed and he has owned up to that. As a person he is very interesting and articulate and you had a chance to tell him what you think but avoided him too.
You do not have to agree with everything someone says without the boring list of ist and ism's and putting people in boxes which you falsely claim to be against.
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