CONTINUED FROM AI: THE ‘HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN INTELLIGENCE’ FACE-OFF! 2050 AD Garrix, the Alpha version of an Artificial Super Intelligence (ASI) being, lands in an isolated remote village in Congo, Africa. Coming face to face with a little tribal girl, he wonders who this is. 'Cause, the haggard little thing is out of his data... Continue Reading →
AI: THE ‘HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN INTELLIGENCE’ FACE-OFF!
CONTINUED FROM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: (EM)POWERED BY HUMONGOUS DATA GENERATED BY US, THE HUMAN CYBORGS! Let's start with a basic question. What sets us humans apart, from all other species? Our creative streak. Streak! Without art, we’re not human. The ability to imagine and to take that imagination and make it into reality is one of... Continue Reading →
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: (EM)POWERED BY HUMONGOUS DATA GENERATED BY US, THE HUMAN CYBORGS!
CONTINUED FROM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: GENESIS OF AN AVANT-GARDE GENIE! I google Taylor Swift and Beyonce Knowles. For obvious reasons. You google Barack Obama. Your sibling googles Kylie Jenner. Your buddy, a basketball aficionado, googles LeBron James... ...a rather personal, innocuous search we make for personalities whom we personally like. Why not? That's what we've our... Continue Reading →
IF I DON’T SHARE WHAT I KNOW, I’LL CEASE TO BE HUMAN!
CONTINUED FROM BASELESS FEAR ASSOCIATED WITH SHARING WHAT WE KNOW: DEMYSTIFIED If I don't share what I know, I'll cease to be human. Sounds like an emotional, philosophical curse damning me to perdition if I'm not gonna be altruistic enough towards my fellow beings. Just that it's no curse. Take a closer look. It's a... Continue Reading →
WE ARE ONE: LESSONS FROM NEANDERTHALS AND HOMO SAPIENS
Neanderthals, the extinct species of our early human ancestors, populated the Earth for about 400,000 years... only to disappear around 30 to 40,000 years ago. How come the powerfully built brutes who successfully survived even the harshest conditions of ice-age disappear so quickly and suddenly? Various intriguing theories abound, on reasons that could've triggered their... Continue Reading →