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Re: Murdoch Dangles MySpace in Yahoo's Face 2  solamigo   2007-06-20 17:55:22 
Re: The Image Spammer's New Bag of Tricks 2  mloman   2007-05-30 12:23:34 
Re: Social Networking: Sharing or Sharecropping? 2  Chatmag   2007-05-28 09:10:57 
Re: Web 2.0: A Marketer's Dream 4  tylerch4rles   2007-05-26 03:19:52 
Re: AT&T Disconnects Cingular Name 2  sameoldatt   2007-05-24 19:37:42 
Re: HP Fortunes Skyrocket With $5.6B NASA Deal 2  GriftyMcBegg   2007-05-24 13:05:53 
Re: Vonage Warns It May Go Bankrupt 2  S9   2007-05-22 22:21:17 
Re: The Great Internet TV Race, Part 2 2  chispasco   2007-05-19 15:25:38 
Re: HD Radio: A Closer Listen 2  ceayuso   2007-05-17 17:09:39 
Re: New York AG Sues Dell for Cheating Customers 2  TCC   2007-05-16 13:27:34 
Re: Internet's Fashion District Takes Off 2  hotsauce   2007-05-15 12:32:16 
Re: Digital Rights Firms Threaten Legal Tantrum Over Being Ignored 2  tjamnz   2007-05-13 11:37:34 
Re: The Risky Business of Online Stock Trading 2  TomMarkelson   2007-05-12 15:15:19 
Re: Don't Buy the Keyword - Buy the Domain 5  oferronen   2007-05-09 15:13:27 
Re: How to Get Strict - and Savvy - With Data Surveillance 2  JimmyJackFunk   2007-05-09 10:43:01 
Re: SC Patent Ruling Gives 'Obvious' New Meaning 2  tensor   2007-05-01 19:36:48 
Re: Online Shopping: For Some, the Ultimate Liberating Experience 2  Spankster   2007-04-26 07:26:49 
Re: Google's Checkout Lane Reaches UK 2  ukjamesscott   2007-04-22 02:50:19 
Re: RIM Explains, BlackBerry Users Struggle to Accept 2  fentablar   2007-04-20 13:45:52 
Re: Mobile Industry Prepares for Cell Phone Porn 2  raymundo   2007-04-19 13:55:33 

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What do you think about artificial intelligence systems that can outperform humans?
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.