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Exponential Technology and The Singularity
The technological singularity (Ubiquity symposium)

Ubiquity, Volume 2014 Issue November, November 2014 | BY Peter Cochrane 


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Agreed, great article, I would however have liked to see a more systemic approach taken on the potential damage that can be caused by the relentless drive towards a future of machines. It strikes me that the more we innovate, the less we consider humankind and the need to keep people occupied and fruitful, in order to avoid other concerns. Many of today's problems are associated with machines, yet we continue to use reductionist thinking in our pursuit to find the answer to problems through machines. Maybe there needs to be some guidance on what makes a machine beneficial, and how they can quickly become a burden ...

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