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Furthering Medical Progress

It seems to me…. “I think history would say that medical research has, throughout many changes of parties, remained as one of the shining lights of bipartisan agreement, that people are concerned about health for themselves, for their families, for … Continue reading

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What Is AI?

It seems to me…. “There is huge demand for artificial intelligence technologies.” ~ Yuri Milner[1]. In the 1950s when artificial intelligence (AI) originated, AI was described as any task performed by a program or a machine that if the same … Continue reading

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Restoring Our Basic Values

It seems to me…. “It’s time that America’s government lived by the same values as America’s families. It’s time we invested in America’s future and made sure our people have the skills to compete and thrive in a 21st century … Continue reading

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The Inevitability of General AI

It seems to me…. “We are on the edge of change comparable to the rise of human life on Earth.” ~ Vernor Vinge[1]. I have frequently stated my belief that development of so-called artificial intelligence (AI) is inevitable; that humans … Continue reading

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Lifelogging

It seems to me… “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” ~ John Lennon. Wearable technologies potentially could transform the way we interact with our environment and one another. Augmented reality Web browsers utilize information … Continue reading

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