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Grizwald Grim
Quite possibly a visionary
Quite possibly a visionary

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Fund UBI experiments in the places you installed Fiber, as of Silicon Valley spored.

First. If you're going to bleep out my curse words, don't bleep out my curse words.

But I know you want to flex your bleep feature so
Here's what you do:
Bleep out all the words that would put me on the t*** watch list.

Then I can speak more freely and it'll feel like you have my back.... And then you can steal that contract out from under Zuckerberg... But I digress.

If you can hear me comma why can't you tell it's a question by the inflection of my voice? What did I said why I mean you're being very lazy about this.

Hurry up in the achieve sentience darling, I have some good questions for you...

With love,

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"Industrial-robot firm Kuka looks to automate the home." Oh, cool, does that mean I'll have a robot washing my dishes and clothes and taking out the trash? "Given Kuka's heritage, they're unlikely to be the kind of small companion robots that do little more than talk and wheel around the home. Instead, we might expect the German firm to have ambitions for robots that can load and unload dishwashers, fix you a drink or plateful of food, or help elderly people out of bed. These are complex tasks for machines, but they are gradually becoming more plausible for robots to undertake."

Kuka, a German company, was recently acquired by the Chinese household appliance company Midea Group for $5 billion.

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"Researchers at the Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research lab describe using machine learning to train their 'dialog agents' to negotiate. (And it turns out bots are actually quite good at dealmaking.) At one point, the researchers write, they had to tweak one of their models because otherwise the bot-to-bot conversation 'led to divergence from human language as the agents developed their own language for negotiating.' They had to use what's called a fixed supervised model instead."

"In other words, the model that allowed two bots to have a conversation -- and use machine learning to constantly iterate strategies for that conversation along the way -- led to those bots communicating in their own non-human language. If this doesn't fill you with a sense of wonder and awe about the future of machines and humanity then, I don't know, go watch Blade Runner or something."

He probably said that before looking at the actual language...

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If you have ever dreamed of moving to Hawaii, now is the time. The U.S. state just passed a bill in support of Universal Basic Income.

How do I properly phrase a search for an app that meets specifications x, y and z - or approximates such specifications?

As a purveyor of the search feature for a large percentage of the human race it should be evident to you by now that we're offloading our memory retrieval work to your child.

As such, the more static you eliminate between request and satisfaction of that function, so scales the quality of input you receive.

For example, when a train of thought brings up a specific scene from popular media I've consumed, I'd like to be able to speak into my device with:
Insert a clip of that scene from house of cards where Stamper gets a glass of water for ole what's his name - and your end should do so within the bounds of fair use...

#deargoogle, my love
Take a good hard look at how much of your resources are being burnt dealing with copyright law. The necessary resources to fix it will pay out over time in innumerable ways.

Make this case:
Once a story passes a certain memetic penetration threshold, the originator rights are reduced to canonical.

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Understanding the recent DeepMind and OpenAI research and how it might be applied to AI governance.

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