Monthly Archives: April 2016

Shakespeare, Cervantes, and the Evolution of Civilizational Thinking

The Globe is not a Theatre, and the Blood is Real This week world literature noted two anniversaries: British poet and playwright William Shakespeare and Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes both died 400 years ago on April 23 1616. In … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence Capable of Generating Its Own Agenda:

The Point of No Return Since Homo Sapiens emerged until recently, our life with other humans among nature, plants, animals, man-made objects and machines may not have been as peaceful and harmonious as we might have desired. There have been … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence in the Minefield of Moral and Political Issues

Who will guide teenager Tay’s growing up? Designing a verbally interactive system like Tay the “teenager” chatbot and planting it into the Twitter maelstrom of diverse human thinking and at times aggressive passion is a great idea. The developments of … Continue reading

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