In the event you missed yesterday’s Dark Matter discussion, here’s what we had to say about Episode 206, “We Should Have Seen This Coming”…
Today, a double dose (or should I say, double troll) of Yes/No?
no! just stop it right now.. pic.twitter.com/6r4mnrXmRI
— MΦrρhιηε✮Drεαɱzz™ (@MorphineDreamzz) February 15, 2021
this came up on my fyp pic.twitter.com/K9QWBvajq9
— ✨Monica Rambeau✨ (@Richie_sequel) February 15, 2021
She’s one recipe away from sprinkling her cabbage rolls with glitter.
Some news of note…
“Andersen said the actual printing time for the walls took about 48 hours, part of an overall eight-day process to build the entire home.
That is significantly faster and around 30% cheaper overall than a home built using standard construction methods, he said, where laborers need to tow in and stack blocks manually.”
“2017 – The CIA declassifies 12 million pages of records revealing previously unknown details about the program, which would eventually become known as Project Stargate.”
Who’d have thought that we were actually producing a documentary for all those years!
“But Carmack’s solution is to create a virtual world where people can escape. It’s a promise of the future where the living conditions are still cramped but people have accepted their material conditions and retreated into a fantasy world created by the tech companies.”
I feel like I’ve already seen this episode.
And have definitely seen this movie.
“Systems like this, where their brain circuits have been reverse-engineered from nature, should give highly efficient and robust algorithms for navigating the real world. And robots utilising them would benefit from hundreds of millions of years of evolution. The next wave in AI progress may just be within reach.
Using my dog’s neural template, on the other hand, would yield a dumb but absolutely adorable robot.