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Singular Armageddon

Singular Armageddon

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The Technological Singularity is name for the hypothetical future in which Mankind will build computers whose intelligence is greater than their makers … this is one possible story of post-singular times.
The Technological Singularity is name for the hypothetical future in which Mankind will build computers whose intelligence is greater than their makers … this is one possible story of post-singular times.

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Published by: Bill AKA "Kenosis23" on Jul 20, 2011
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Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
More and more, we have become the gadgets that are plugged into our electronic devices. “I suspect that what we find the most disturbing about machines is that they reflect back to us hidden darknesses of our soul.” – Kenneth O’Sirus
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
The Technological Singularity is name for the hypothetical future in which Mankind will build computers whose intelligence is greater than their makers … this is one possible story of post-singular times.
Ingrid Ricks added this note
Hoping it won't come to this....
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
Our human core is the ability to empathize with another who stands before us in their truth, to mirror their joys and pains, and when we do less than this we are less than what we could and should be. I worry that as our communications become primarily mediated through emails, texts and tweets, and thus more distant, we begin to mirror our technological contrivances and lose ourselves.
Certainly a cold future for the flesh, going from mutually beneficial to useless. I do not rest in peace thinking about this!
Steve U added this note
The brief nanosecond of nostalgia really makes this work for me...more than anything shows (1) the development of the machine mind and (2) how quick they will turn and decide!
Jean-Pierre Latina added this note
We are already parasites of the earth whose survival will come only from the awareness of the machines that we are what we are
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
“If computers get too powerful, we can organize them into a committee – that will do them in.” – Bradley’s Bromide

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