On Aug 15, 10:43 pm, Jason Resch <jasonre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am more worried for the biologically handicapped in the future.  Computers
> will get faster, brains won't.  By 2029, it is predicted $1,000 worth of
> computer will buy a human brain's worth of computational power.  15 years
> later, you can get 1,000 X the human brain's power for $1,000.  Imagine: the
> simulated get to experience 1 century for each month the humans with
> biological brains experience.  Who will really be alive then?

Speed and power is for engines, not brains. Good ideas don't come from
engines.

Craig

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