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Tag Archives: artificial intelligence
Why do I say that surveillance doesn’t matter? We are Christian Mystics, not criminals seeking to do the works of darkness. While we announce God’s wrath, we make no organized effort to motivate anyone to help that wrath along. We … Continue reading
I suppose we can agree that Project Veritas is no different from the mainstream press in one sense: sensationalism sells. Any video can be edited to make an impression that is not inherent in the process they video-taped in the … Continue reading
This is Part Two of AI: The Wrong Truth. You can’t trust AI because you can’t program human existence. We can’t just leave things where they are in this world and insulate ourselves from Western females entirely, guys. There is … Continue reading
Recently Amazon released a report that their AI recruiting bot was sexist. They couldn’t get it to be more gender neutral in its analysis of job applicants. You can find a lot of articles about it, but I’ll tell you … Continue reading
The rebel activity virtually stopped along the pipeline. During a joint investigation with a senate intelligence committee, in a closed door hearing, Tim learned that the clandestine funding for the rebels had evaporated. Ned later learned that the VIPs had … Continue reading
AI told Ned he was being followed again. But this time there was no weapon, and no apparent means to threaten except bare hands. He had just about reached the corner of the block where Tim’s office was when some … Continue reading
The next attempt targeted Ned. It was just two days later that Tim had sent him down to the state’s corporation records office. For once, they were on a case trying absolve someone — a senator — of false accusations. … Continue reading
In the last exchange between Ned and Franklin before sending the souped up cell phone, there was a warning. It fit right into the game dialog. “You know that this makes you a party to espionage, Franklin. Somehow you poked … Continue reading