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Re: Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for December 5, 2002 2  TimKing   2002-12-07 22:33:52 
Re: CyberRebate's Real Victim: Common Sense 41  Mainer1   2002-11-27 13:52:40 
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign 8  RJDohnert   2002-11-25 15:43:10 
Re: Can M-Commerce Ride Wi-Fi Coattails? 2  juzliqan   2002-11-22 05:34:19 
Re: Tech Firm Job Cuts: Boon or Bust? 4  NotNortel   2002-11-20 11:47:29 
Re: Ups and Downs of Building an E-Commerce Site 1  Jay Lyman   2002-11-18 13:15:31 
Re: eBay Policy Shift Angers Users 2  portex   2002-11-17 01:36:44 
Re: Anatomy of a Skeleton Crew 2  rick   2002-11-14 14:07:27 
Re: Why PC Makers Are Saying 'Next Year' 2  bit-o-data   2002-11-13 17:27:13 
Re: Should Small Business Go Mac? 5  buckminster   2002-11-11 05:33:00 
Re: Microsoft Launches Tablet PC; Will Consumers Shrug? 12  callowla   2002-11-10 13:40:36 
Re: Digital Entertainment Post-Napster 2  cmancer   2002-11-10 09:21:42 
Re: Survey: Small Biz Should Bite the Online Bullet 2  Netfusium   2002-11-06 10:54:26 
Re: Microsoft Antitrust Penalty Decision Looms 2  Netfusium   2002-11-06 10:53:00 
Re: Russian Web Site Selling Child Porn Shut Down 3  SuperTrouper   2002-11-06 07:49:00 
Re: Microsoft Cheers Ruling; Europe, Private Suits Remain 3  Warlock7   2002-11-04 15:39:10 
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S. 11  workinghard   2002-11-01 18:42:05 
Re: Apple: Microsoft's Friend or Foe? 10  storm   2002-10-30 22:33:35 
Re: Battle of the Online Stores: Apple vs. Dell 2  Corydon76   2002-10-30 14:19:08 
Re: Report: Online Sales Fell for First Time in Q3 2  davidport   2002-10-30 13:57:26 

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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.