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Re: Phishing, Malware Scams Rise in Katrina's Wake 2  paul_lozon   2005-09-07 10:12:30 
Re: CyberRebate Bankruptcy Has E-Shoppers Reeling 14  gregggy   2005-09-04 09:18:29 
Web profits rating 1  Fornit   2005-08-31 00:39:29 
Re: VoIP Calls for Emergency Info 4  Kubalek   2005-08-29 21:11:13 
Re: FCC Chief May Force Cable TV Competition 2  aecnu   2005-08-29 16:13:46 
Re: Vonage Reportedly Eyeing $600 Million IPO 2  VoIPAction   2005-08-25 15:08:44 
Re: What to Do if Your E-Mail Is Blocked 3  raul_in   2005-08-17 09:49:45 
Re: News Corp. Reportedly Eyeing Blinkx Buy 2  bryanh   2005-08-17 08:02:29 
Re: Microsoft Brands Longhorn as 'Windows Vista' 3  swen   2005-08-17 07:53:38 
Re: Study on Teen Web Use Reveals E-Commerce Challenges 2  estatsindia   2005-08-01 23:41:49 
Re: Can the Future of TV Be Seen on the Web? 2  gangir   2005-07-31 18:14:21 
Re: Gates Ponders Paucity of Programmers 2  geofbrewer   2005-07-20 18:54:51 
Re: Accidental Naming 2  jhelliot   2005-07-13 23:01:32 
Re: How Small or Medium-Sized E-Businesses Can Compete 2  rstocks   2005-07-12 09:23:52 
Re: Report: Consumers Changing Online Habits Due to Spyware 2  martinwguy   2005-07-08 04:37:51 
Re: Starting an Indian Call Center, Part 2: The Challenges 2  mkp   2005-07-04 23:32:09 
Re: CNOOC Seeks US Review of Its Bid for Unocal 2  Shavise   2005-07-03 15:40:02 
Re: Apple's Switch to Intel Has Headaches 2  jeffsters   2005-07-03 09:05:35 
Re: Blinkx Carves Out Niche With Podcast Search Tool 2  ynotwatch   2005-06-30 13:02:53 
Re: Credit Card Fraud Hitting Small Online Merchants Hard 2  Soky   2005-06-30 12:05:46 

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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.