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On 9/25/2020 at 2:18 AM, Ssnake said:

The discussion whether a bee has free will or not is probably futile if we can't decide what constitutes free will in the first place. But such philosophica questions are best left to philosophers.

Are you sure challenge the Wisdom Of FFZ that only STEM is the future and anything else is Marxism at worst, McDonalds crew at best? 

On 9/25/2020 at 8:18 AM, lucklucky said:

Marxists defended NSDAP from 1939 - 1941 while sabotaging British armament factories. 

But who destroyed the British Empire? 

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Irrelevant for the proposition you posted. You are just trying to move goal posts and diverting from your failed assertion. Marxists defend the same structure in power as NSDAP: totalitarian, discretionary, even more absolutist than Louis XIV. He at least had the church and some nobility to deal with. Here we have Racial Supremacists and Social Supremacists. None had separation of powers, checks an balances. They are structural brothers that compete for same structure of power.

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Not directly related to AI: when machines - and who decided to install it - saves lives from professional persons.  Traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS) saves hundreds of lives from 2 clumsy Spanish ATC in 2018.

https://www.aerotime.aero/rytis.beresnevicius/25946-ryanair-near-conflict-spain

 

Side note: i noticed that Italian newspapers have a much more complete report on this than the boilerplate British ones.

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https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/36824/over-a-dozen-companies-awarded-contracts-for-air-forces-skyborg-combat-drone-program

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No fewer than 13 companies will compete for their share of a contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars in total to help develop various technologies that could go into “loyal wingman” type unmanned aircraft and autonomous unmanned combat air vehicles as part of the U.S. Air Force Skyborg program. The service is meanwhile seeking to begin work on a drone using Skyborg’s AI technologies before the end of the year.

The contract awards are for the Skyborg Prototyping, Experimentation and Autonomy Development portion of the project, or SPEAD, work under which is expected to continue until 2026.

 

 

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