On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
*>>> *Wouldn’t Simulated Intelligence be a more appropriate term than
>>> Artificial Intelligence?
>> >> Yes that euphemism [Simulated Intelligence] could have advantages, it
>> might make the last human being feel a little better about himself just
>> before the Jupiter Brain outsmarted him and sent him into oblivion
> > Then we had better destroy every circuit on Earth to prevent that from
If we did that at least 90% of the world's population would be dead within
a year. Planet Earth simply cannot keep 7 billion people alive with 17'th
century technology, much less give them a living standard that wasn't full
of sewage and was just plane gruesome. We're long past the point of turning
back, the path is set.
>> What on earth is obsolete about the natural verses man-made dichotomy?
>> The Jupiter brain really was the product of a intelligent designer while
>> the human being was not.
> > But the intelligent designer was the product of nature.
Exactly, and that's why the God hypothesis is so utterly useless; if
explaining why life exists is hard explaining why God exists is harder.
John K Clark
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