Monthly Archives: October 2012

Artificial Intelligence

Why artificial general intelligence has failed and how to fix it The argument is flawed at many levels. It seems clear to me that no individual knows what any other individual is thinking, exactly, so it is not possible for … Continue reading

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Live in the now

Question of The Day October 4, 2012 ~ Live In The ‘NOW’ ~ Logically it can’t be ‘now’ because by the time we realise it’s ‘now’, ‘now’ has already happened – so is it possible to live in the ‘NOW’? … Continue reading

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True or False

Question of The Day October 3, 2012 ~ What Is True, From What Is False ~ With so much information available to us today, instantly with a few clicks of our fingers, how do you determine what is true, from … Continue reading

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Escape

Question of The Day October 1, 2012 ~ Escape ~ In advertising, and perhaps the media, there is a preoccupation with “Escape”: We are urged to escape through this television program or that, this film or that, or escape to … Continue reading

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