June 22, 2017

Technetronics Destroys Thinking, Useful Brains

It’s hard to remember what life was like before we had the internet at our fingertips, smartphones in our pockets, and a laptop on every desk. Today, our brains are racing to adapt to the digital age. Cognitive neuroscientists say all that time we now spend in front of screens has changed the way we read and comprehend. Internet browsing has shortened both our attention spans and our patience. And it’s doing a number on our memories.<<<Read More>>>

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Astronomer Royal Martin Rees: How soon will robots take over the world? 

From what I’ve seen, what’s left really doesn’t resemble human anyway. The difference I see now between humans and robots, is humans bleed…or at least I thought they did.

An explosion in artificial intelligence has sent us hurtling towards a post-human future, warns Martin Rees

Source: Astronomer Royal Martin Rees: How soon will robots take over the world? – Telegraph

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