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Re: The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Selling 3  magnum   2003-04-28 21:25:39 
Re: AOL, MSN, Yahoo Join Forces in Spam War 3  perpeta   2003-04-28 14:48:33 
Re: The Business Case for Windows Server 2003, Part 2 2  edge   2003-04-26 03:30:13 
Re: Steve Jobs, the Music Man 2  oirudleahcim   2003-04-25 22:22:27 
Re: Yahoo! Blurs the Privacy Line 2  bebazu   2003-04-24 12:48:50 
Re: Time for an Apple Blade Server? 4  SEggermont   2003-04-24 08:11:33 
Re: Who Needs Colorful Little Tech Firms Anyway? 3  michael_ortner   2003-04-23 15:40:07 
Re: America Online Steps Up Efforts To Block Spam 5  kathleen.mccahill   2003-04-22 11:59:56 
Re: Company Offers Free Monitors With Built-In Display Ads 6  abroal2000   2003-04-22 06:04:13 
Re: Can eBay Keep Setting the Pace? 2  yorky   2003-04-18 09:52:39 
Re: Why Is Dell Up and Gateway Down? 6  onsite   2003-04-17 23:14:04 
Re: Tech Companies Meet Targets, But Concerns Remain 2  Petz   2003-04-17 16:10:49 
Re: Do Online Stores Really Need Free Shipping? 7  mmcolquitt   2003-04-16 15:08:42 
Re: Web-Based Con Artists Enjoy Bumper Year 3  ALuddy   2003-04-16 14:52:55 
Re: Game On(line) for Microsoft, Sony 2  Segun   2003-04-15 18:56:24 
Re: Building an E-Commerce Site for Under $1,000 10  TheInitiative   2003-04-14 15:42:54 
Re: Anti-Spam Bill Gains Support 4  Ryan-S   2003-04-13 23:05:05 
Re: The Problem of Fighting Spam 3  cop4you605   2003-04-12 09:49:02 
Re: Data Storage Hurdles - And How To Leap Them 2  fedrive   2003-04-11 22:14:38 
Re: Venture Capital Oasis: Luxury E-Tailers 4  legends   2003-04-11 08:31:34 

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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.