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Even more dangerous ravings of a carbon-based life form

Global - April 19 2018 In my last blog on this subject, I mused over whether intelligent tools and equipment can be deployed in such a manner as to allow people more...


Even more dangerous ravings of a carbon-based life form

Global - March 5 2018 Much smarter guys than I am - like Dr. Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and Jaan Tallinn - have warned that artificial intelligence places humanity at risk...


More dangerous ravings of a carbon-based life form

Global - February 12 2018 Most scientists think that the same rules apply to a machine as apply to us and to animals: perception of surroundings, goal-making, reconnoitering...


The dangerous ravings of a carbon-based life form

Global - January 29 2018 I grew up at a time when the magazine, Popular Mechanics, filled my dreams with flying cars, personal robots, jet-packs and teleportation. The...


How Blockchains Will Change Stockholder Democracy

USA - December 14 2017 Generally speaking, when Delaware sneezes, everybody else gets a cold. That’s because Delaware is the undisputed jurisdictional leader in corporate...