[funsec] UK bomb car tracked by highway license plate scanners
dudevanwinkle at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 10:46:30 CDT 2007
On 7/3/07, Brian Loe <knobdy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/3/07, Dude VanWinkle <dudevanwinkle at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I think we should acquiesce that invasion of privacy is already here
> > and work towards legislation to better root out corruption in our
> > systems, rather than vainly try to quash the deployment of the
> > technology that makes this possible.
> The logic behind this idea is the same as the argument that,
> "Communism can work, it just hasn't been implemented correctly yet."
You are right, if you can compare something to a label you have
already dismissed, then you no longer have to consider it a
Life is much simpler that way..
> Until AI has evolved to the point that we can remove humans from
> positions of power and judgement, replacing them with non-feeling,
> incorruptible machines, we have to live with the fact that every
> system is flawed and the more power you give that system the more
> flawed it will be.
LOL, you said AI. Did you remember to program it with the three laws
first? Did you remember to absolutely forbid the zeroth? If not, your
robots might turn into commies or ever worse: green party!
> But if that time of AI in charge is ever realized I hope I'm not
> around, since a cold, non-feeling machine will not feel compassion or
> mercy either and to date those are an integral part of our legal
Dont worry, you will live a long and happy life, without cyborg overlords
-JP<who really resents _his_ cyborg overlords>
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