I am an easy going guy that wants to share my life with the world around me. That's one of the reasons I chose to study psychology. It is my goal to reach out to people that want to improve their lives and learn more about themselves. I felt that psychology would best help me to do this because people often seek help from psychologists, not sure of what direction to take in their lives.
Anyone in their mid-20's must go through this, at least I hope so. The idea of getting older has really set in for me. It's one reason that I try to be very active in my life. As a teacher, I'm able to take my summers off. That's three months of nothing but free time. I use it as much as my budget allows. This past summer I was able to visit England and Germany, two of the countries that were on my travel wish list. That experience made me crave travel even more, so this summer I'm planning a cruise for myself and my friends.
With this profile, I hope to meet some cool new people on here and maybe some people in my area. This would allow me to have more people over for my dinner parties. If you 'd like more info about me, please write to me. I'm always willing to meet new, interesting folks.
- Sam Houston State University
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who is much smarter than me. Probably me and 'you' combine. In this article:
"First, let me just say how much I HATE it when people talk about "killer robots" in this context, because it's an intentionally deceptive term that's deliberately designed to scare people who aren't familiar with how robots work. Calling a robot "killer" ascribes some sinister or dangerous motive to it, but robots don't have motives. They have programming, and humans program them. Even a robot that's "autonomous" is simply working through logic in a way that a human told it to: robots, including the autonomous ones, cannot really think for themselves."
I mean, I get it I guess. Blame the shooter not the gun. We need stupid people control not gun control. But, some machines have one purpose regardless the intention of the person operating it - Killing everything in its reach
Let The Zombies Hit The Floor
Killers do not always have identifiable motives. We frequently assign machines using human words. We do this with "gods" too. Sure that is a Hollywood style marketing gimmick that beat it into our brains. But, it is what it is.
As we've seen with drones. Though not "programmed" they malfunction quite a bit and unintentionally fuck shit up.....
Civilian Affairs or even Sergeants at your local bootcamp show it is very possible to reporgram humans. So what then? The fact we assign emotions to machines because we saw it in the movies is proof of that too.