Tag Archives: AI

Bestest Friend

I was watching a bit heralding the advent of computers and all that has happened in so short a time.   It’s true and it’s fascinating.  But how long do you think it took me to think of the flipside?  … Continue reading

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Come To Light

Truth be told, I am excited that the things of comic books that I dreamed on a kid are coming about in my lifetime.   One of these was robots.  Then AI.  And then robots with AI .  This is … Continue reading

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Faceless Portraits Transcending Time

As remarkable as it may seem, AI, that is to say, Artificial Intelligence is not only being ‘taught’ to do art but some of the pieces already done to date are fetching upwards of $450,000.00 for portraits that an art … Continue reading

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We Who Would Be Gods

Some folks believe that we stand on the verge of a merger between man, machine and artificial intelligence.  They espouse this prerogative as a next step in the evolution of mankind.  Intriguing isn’t it?   Some easily evident pluses.  A … Continue reading

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In the Shimmer

Will there come a day that AI becomes more human than human?  What would the implications be if AI comes to replicate itself by fusing with other AI?  What about if AI developed feelings and the desire to create as … Continue reading

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Maddening Ambiguity

In the world of language and things said, context is everything.  Isolated bits are more often confusing than factual. Maddening Ambiguity by Michael Romani It doesn’t take a lot of ingenuity To see that language has a lot of ambiguity … Continue reading

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