Tag Archives: freedom

Free Will again – Trick thread continues

Trick’s Free will site again rom ask – how does chaotic molecular behaviour give us free will Hi rom, It all comes down to the nature of the freedom involved. I acknowledge that form requires boundaries. I acknowledge that communication … Continue reading

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Economics – D

Social Vaccine Feb 2018 – 17/ “Ubiquitous Psychopathology” with Daniel Schmachtenberger Actual interview with Daniel Schmachtenberger Message sent to Scott Andrew following listening to the interview above. Hi Scott, Very much align with many aspects of what you and Daniel … Continue reading

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Character of Technology – nature of risk

The Character of Our Technology “We can’t influence the direction of technology, but we can influence its character,” says Kevin Kelly Excellent piece John, but from my perspective it does not explicitly address the three major areas of concern: 1/ … Continue reading

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Put up a new Page above – Risks and responses

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Will AI become conscious?

Will artificial intelligence become conscious? Is awareness enough? Turing clearly demonstrated that any machine of sufficient complexity can do any computational task. That does not mean that it can do so in reasonable time or with reasonable energy consumption. I … Continue reading

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Do I need to define my purpose?

Ideapod – Do I need to define my purpose? Short answer – yes. Long answer is much longer and more nuanced. I have written a lot on the nuanced complexity that seems to be the notion of free will – … Continue reading

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Free Will – Ted’s version

I’ve been responding to a lot of other people’s definitions of free will lately – here is my own: In my understanding, free will can be very real, and it is rarely (if ever) absolute. The understanding I have of … Continue reading

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