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Re: Rhapsody Tries to Drown Out iTunes 2  Zooot   2008-07-01 06:42:51 
Re: How Drunk Are You? Just Ask Your iPod 2  Lochias   2008-06-30 05:21:06 
Re: What Should Apple Tackle Next? 3  cantubury   2008-06-27 10:09:18 
Re: Greenpeace Prods Apple to Become Environmental Leader 2  USBCELL   2008-06-27 09:50:31 
Re: The Quiet Little Pop of the Mac Security Bubble 8  pkrug   2008-06-27 05:20:38 
Re: The Old iPhone and the Day After 2  davesmall   2008-06-25 07:44:24 
Re: The iPhone's Impact on Rivals 2  ImagineEngine   2008-06-22 12:56:00 
Re: Hot iPhone Accessories From Headsets to Hi-Fi 2  ImagineEngine   2008-06-22 12:24:43 
Re: Mac Bloggers Crunch iPhone Numbers, Mull MobileMe 2  acurrie   2008-06-13 08:53:33 
Re: Cool Things You Can Do With an iPhone - or Any Phone 2  Nachtjaeger   2008-06-12 04:49:25 
Re: Microsoft, Apple Spar Over Safari Security Threat 3  Fetrow   2008-06-05 19:08:04 
Re: Getting a Handle on the iPhone's 3G Potential 3  jragosta   2008-06-02 15:38:36 
Re: Rivals Gain on Apple in Q1 Smartphone Sales 2  luhnlaw   2008-06-02 14:17:31 
Re: Microsoft's Worst Nightmare: An Apple/IBM Tag Team 2  kardelen133   2008-06-02 13:24:32 
Re: Apple Gives Leopard a Good Brushing 3  asdfasdfadsf   2008-05-30 19:24:01 
Re: The iCar: Fantasy or Reality? 2  simon420   2008-05-30 16:42:02 
Re: Is Apple About to Break Its Silence on Psystar? 2  boombana   2008-05-27 21:28:10 
Re: Apple and SMBs: The Case for the All-Mac Shop 2  Gary54   2008-05-26 20:01:52 
Re: Beyond 3G, Part 1: What the iPhone Needs 2  OrquiAH   2008-05-24 18:30:56 
Re: Mac Primer: Six Basic Rules for Newbies 2  BradMacPro   2008-05-18 13:01:33 

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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.