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Re: Venture Capital's Biggest Losers 5  G   2001-10-30 14:02:26 
Re: Web Shopping Anxiety, Delivered to Your Door 3  Greg Gaucher   2001-10-29 14:08:37 
Re: Amazon, Barnesandnoble.com Accused Of Selling Hate Books In Germany 2  Mr. Hannajai   2001-10-28 16:34:17 
Re: BlueLight Cutting Jobs in Reorganization Under Kmart 2  jamila swain   2001-10-27 19:56:46 
Re: Make E-Commerce Take Its Medicine 3  Ashraf Kamel   2001-10-26 14:30:01 
Re: Entrepreneur Fills Niche with Hawthorne, N.J.-Based Internet Companies 5  I amTom Fouker   2001-10-25 19:07:14 
Re: Want a Piece of PayPal, Pal? 3  Tom Lowe   2001-10-25 18:10:30 
Re: The Reign of Content in E-Commerce 2  Earl   2001-10-25 12:28:57 
Re: New Yahoo Software Intended as Threat to Microsoft 2  Paul   2001-10-25 04:39:34 
Re: Catalog Retailers Hit an Online Home Run 2  Julianna Koh   2001-10-24 21:15:47 
Re: Amazon, E-tailers Approach Holidays on Thin Ice 2  todd   2001-10-24 19:08:15 
Re: Yahoo! Initiates Buyer Protection Program 3  Rick Bell   2001-10-24 15:18:16 
Re: It Never Rains in eBay Land 2  rmorawic   2001-10-24 11:11:35 
Re: I-Marketing Interview: PeopleSoft 2  Wayne   2001-10-24 10:14:43 
Re: Fry's Buys Outpost.com 6  Lonnie Grubb   2001-10-23 17:00:31 
Re: Vaunted Norwegian Search Engine Revs Into Action 2  Stan Googe   2001-10-20 04:24:30 
Re: Toyota Goes E-Commerce Alone 2  Carol Wagner   2001-10-18 12:28:05 
Re: Forrester Maintains $11B Estimate for Holiday E-tail 3  Lee   2001-10-17 23:21:08 
Re: Mobile Phones Swamped by E-Mail Virus 2  basil   2001-10-17 01:13:11 
Re: Living.com To File for Bankruptcy 3  JIM O.   2001-10-16 20:49:35 

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They are revolutionary tools for solving problems facing humanity.
They won't change the world, but they have many practical, beneficial applications.
There's a danger that humans will lose control of AI and there will be grave consequences.
Some of their so-called big accomplishments, such as beating humans at games, are trivial and overhyped.
AI is one more reason to consider living completely off the grid.