Tag Archives: artificial intelligence

The Singularity Has Encountered an Exception

A Short Story The programmers studied the screen in bewilderment. Last night, they had left the company’s newest AI model, DNEPT-7 (short for Definitely Not Evil Pre-Trained Transformer), humming along on its server on its latest project, trying to parse … Continue reading

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S2E13: Gary Bengier Interview

In this episode, I interview Gary Bengier, former CFO of eBay and author of Unfettered Journey, a novel about philosophy and artificial intelligence. Gary’s book recommendation:Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky Check out this episode!

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Movie Review: Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland: a parallel dimension somehow accessed by Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla in 1887, in which the world’s most brilliant inventors and creators built a utopian, futuristic city to solve all the world’s problems. In the 1960s, the people of … Continue reading

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The end of spam?

Kaspersky Lab reported last week that spam email is on the decline, having fallen from 80%-85% of all email over the past few years to about 65% at the end of 2012. There are two main reasons for this. First … Continue reading

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