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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 [...]

11 01, 2018

Emotional Responsibility and Justice

By | January 11th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Conscioiusness, Memory, Neurology, Self, Superconscious, Supraconscious|0 Comments

Neurology of Emotions What are emotions? As Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett describes them: guesses, created by billions of neurons. In the featured image of the mannequins, your brain may have had conflicting emotions about it. Happiness, community, laughter, excitement, attraction, weird and kooky may have all found an emotional outlet. Yet, a repulsion to the [...]

6 01, 2018

Fundamental – Space OR Time?

By | January 6th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Buddhism, Christianity, Conscioiusness, Evolved, Hindu, Judaism, Metaphysics, Muslim, Native American, Neurology, Quantum Physics, Self, Spiritual, Superconscious, Supraconscious, Technology|1 Comment

Our Place in Space What is our place in space? We're so caught up in the temporal, saving for the future and managing our calendar, that maybe we're missing something fundamental. Reading God is Red by Vine Delora, Jr., who was named by Time magazine in 1974 one of the influential religious thinkers of the [...]

18 12, 2017

Who Are We, If Not Our Memories?

By | December 18th, 2017|Artificial Intelligence, Conscioiusness, Evolved, I, Metaphysics, Neurology, Self, Technology, You|0 Comments

MIT Scientist Able To Turn On and Off Memories In Evolved, memories are uploaded into the network and remain easily accessible to the individual. The benefits of the arrangement include a brain theoretically with greater plasticity, increasing adaptability and a larger percentage of neurons focused on processing power. The implications for self and ethics are [...]