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27 07, 2018

Economic Level in Pleroma’s Void

By | July 27th, 2018|Economy, Ethics|0 Comments

"One Ring to Rule Them All..." Economic level. Any good Sci-Fi author has put some serious thought into the economy of their world and how it tilts one way or another. Does the world have plentiful resources? How does society handle the basics of food, shelter, and clothing? Is there a large gap between the [...]

24 07, 2018

Abstraction of Consciousness

By | July 24th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Christianity, Conscioiusness, Dualism, Ethics, Metaphysics, Neurology, Quantum Physics, Self, Technology|0 Comments

Free Falling into Abstraction of Consciousness We are on the precipice of a new abstraction of consciousness. A critical junction in the evolution of mankind. The technologies of Artificial Intelligence (AI), genetic modifications, quantum computing, surgical implants, and virtual realities are building the components for humans to enter an alternative form of reality. Shows like [...]

4 07, 2018

WestWorld and Consciousness

By | July 4th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Christianity, Conscioiusness, Dualism, Ethics, Evolved, Metaphysics, Neurology, Pleroma's Void, Psychology, Spiritual, Superconscious, Supraconscious|0 Comments

The interpretation of consciousness in WestWorld, like Evolved and my current project Pleroma's Void, asks deep questions about the nature of the mind. What is consciousness? Is it simply a result of all the physical stuff going on in our heads? Or, is there something else, non-physical? These questions drill down into questions like: What [...]

9 03, 2018

Will Human Consciousness Choose to Not Exist?

By | March 9th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Buddhism, Christianity, Conscioiusness, Dualism, Ethics, Evolved, Judaism, Metaphysics, Monism, Neurology, Psychology, Science, Self, Spiritual, Technology|0 Comments

Twenty years from now your child has an accident, permanently damaging their brain, reducing their life expectancy, and significantly diminishing your family's quality of life. Despite advancements, the medical community cannot fix their native brain. An artificial brain, a quantum machine, has been FDA approved and on the market for five years with about a [...]

17 01, 2018

Creating Ethical AI

By | January 17th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, Neurology, Technology|0 Comments

Ethics in the Deep End Programmers should not determine AI ethics, much less the companies for which they work. A recent article posted on VentureBeat, Ethical AI happens before you write the first line of code, set off massive alarm bells in my mind. While the author's intentions seem altruistic, a frightening level of naiveté [...]