With thanks to XKCD …
(A proper post on the ‘hidden costs of IT’ to follow after the summer!)
A daft one for the summer but a wonderful example of the value of simple English and sound logic.
You may remember this from doing the rounds a few months ago …
Well, we all get the idea – the bad one and the good intention behind it – but just how did this particular road to hell get thus paved?
The ‘Technological Singularity’ debate rolls on with the publication of a special issue of MDPI’s ‘Information’ Journal: “AI AND THE SINGULARITY: A FALLACY OR A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?”
Papers published in the special edition, to date, include:
One of the papers, with an outlook (entirely unsurprisingly) in line with this blog is Vic Grout‘s, “The Singularity isn’t Simple! (However we look at it) A random walk between science fiction and science fact”. The abstract reads as follows: