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Nanoblades, son by Eliza Smallhall - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 06:22:29 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37332 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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nanoblades when?
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Phoebe Pitthall - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 22:37:01 EST ID:MGHVvWyl No.37339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nanoblades were one of the the first technologies humans invented; the obsidian knife, a more primitive kind of knife even than the stone hand axe, has a blade about 3 nanometers thick. Recently (like the 1950s), we've invented diamond versions of these that do not dull quite as quickly, but it's still basically the same thing.
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Archie Burringlock - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 02:56:49 EST ID:fIS7VhYA No.37349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37339
Cool info nigga.
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Samuel Chocklebury - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 11:50:17 EST ID:gBz8HSKl No.37351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37339
Alright, then how about PICO blades?
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Charles Fashsad - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 13:53:41 EST ID:15D8MoTn No.37352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37351
So something that cuts with a blade the size of a subatomic molecule, instead of a single molecule?

I guess that would be a photon knife i.e. a laser. Good luck pinning one of the fuckers down though.

We already have pretty advanced cutting technology, but it's mostly only useful in industry. Nano and smaller blades as weaponry are pretty much useless currently (until we find a way to make something like a laser rifle more effective than a firearm.) So to answer the question of when...probably around the time we get desktop (and therefore backpack) fusion -- or some great advance in battery technology, like two orders of magnitude greater storage capacity...<~50 years I'd guess?


Any chance of a radio board? by Nigel Wummerhine - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 23:02:47 EST ID:wgwiKpyf No.37341 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Could have some untapped potential.
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Thread was locked by: C_Higgy
Reason: /m/ for music on radio & /mtv/ for radio talk shows
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Phoebe Pitthall - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 01:06:52 EST ID:MGHVvWyl No.37342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And what would go on it that doesn't already go on /m/ or /n/?
Futurism has been the /wc/ for the better part of a decade, it's not gonna change...


Cyberpunk revival by John Dandleshit - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 03:46:22 EST ID:KnZ28Bqz No.36514 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There's been a proliferation of cyberpunk content and discussion lately, possibly a response to Internet 2.0 and the erosion of privacy and anonymity, and personal rights. I thought I'd drop a bunch of links for anyone who wants to get their cyber on. Mirrorshades obligatory from this point on.

https://nullpo.moe/
https://stormfront.org/cyber/index.html
https://penumbra.network/
http://jinteki.industries/
https://deaddrops.com/
https://freenetproject.org/
https://lainchan.org/
http://programming-motherfucker.com/
https://piratebox.cc/
http://textfiles.com/
http://project.cyberpunk.ru/
https://zeronet.io/

In general, how relevant and/or prescient do anons think the original cyberpunk/hackers and their manifesto and philosophies were, now that the Net is tightening?
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Albert Crimmerpack - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 19:51:27 EST ID:wC/jfIkH No.37308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.blackhat.com/latestintel/index.html
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Jenny Sillyhetch - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:04:48 EST ID:lEznRArI No.37309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCro01uaJve6mGAag5aSfOeg/live
https://gitla.in/903/Security-Culture-In-An-Age-of-Cyber-Repression-Zine
https://puri.sm/shop/librem-5/
https://citizensagainstmonopoly.org/
https://news.ycombinator.com/
https://lobste.rs/
http://n-gate.com/
https://write.narwhal.space/
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Phoebe Pengergold - Thu, 05 Oct 2017 16:43:28 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Main_Page
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!Ps1ivhrO6w - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 07:17:45 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://freesoftwarefoundation.org/
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Thomas Smallforth - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 04:32:57 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://defdist.org


Dangerous ideas by Isabella Fommlefield - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 01:27:13 EST ID:lw7ASLf+ No.37090 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Killing ads. Killing Facebook. Adding tail calls to javascript.
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Beatrice Chagglesatch - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:54:20 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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no longer this
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Beatrice Chagglesatch - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:56:05 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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but more like this
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Augustus Wapperkog - Wed, 27 Sep 2017 02:49:18 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So yeah, I basically understand I lack knowledge and am creating tools to resolve that FAST.
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!Ps1ivhrO6w - Sat, 30 Sep 2017 10:21:09 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Master-stranger protocols are in effect.
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Lydia Blatherspear - Sat, 30 Sep 2017 11:59:30 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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use your chains as you would use your mind
there's not a single thing in the world that is not a tool


The future by Nathaniel Dovingforth - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 17:47:17 EST ID:wlFCWhHV No.37277 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is the future of this board
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Albert Sonkinford - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 00:00:40 EST ID:wlFCWhHV No.37280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37278
You reply to my posts far too often Therm0
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Angus Grimhood - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 01:56:51 EST ID:L0U2bQjv No.37281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37280
I remember just within last year that kirt would always reply to my posts for whatever reason. I wouldn't even target him and he would just respond to my shit all the time like gangstalking lol.

I still firmly believe that my posting, namely in the months after Fallout 4's release had a large part in making Kirt stop posting as much to the regular boards. I'll gladly take my self-appointed achievement. Although it was fun fucking with him though.

>Baby come back, you can blame it all on me...
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 21:35:09 EST ID:1dd4reS9 No.37282 Report Quick Reply
>>37280
I'm desperate for something to reply to on this board and I bet everybody here probably feels the same.

This post was edited by Therm0ptic on 12-08-2017 21:35:39
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Simon Trotstock - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 12:30:57 EST ID:l3Ne6+e6 No.37285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37282
I give you something to reply to...

Uhn, Groovy
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Nicholas Pebblestone - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 09:13:34 EST ID:2kn3LXFd No.37314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37277
Soup if we're lucky *shakes* if we lucky


Satellites by Charlotte Ballerway - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 14:31:06 EST ID:bwuLilBe No.37304 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sure they are cool and fhey are for more than just tv
But who wants shit that beams shit
I beelieve our colony would do well with power plant data towers strategically placed along the map which allows uss to clear the top and give to the bottom
As they ahave mulriple things...
In the unlikely event we needed to cast illusion technology could be implemeted at the top bar to give a function and even loose net of camouflage and even shielding

I high rise of tiers at the bottom could give new hold to crops and other non machine resources... with the ability to control lighting air pollution and other things the seqer can be re fitted to allow the most efficient reuse with our top layer eventually secure and fastened for full coverage we can also manipulate air and lgighting for maximum pollution


Language by Hugh Pemmlespear - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 20:37:43 EST ID:LLbnIWz+ No.36839 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are we going to have a one world language? Which one will it be, english, esperanto, binary, 1337sp33k?
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George Gimmerwitch - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 18:24:48 EST ID:Xeo3AjGs No.37181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How can I learn Esperanto? Any good resources?
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Ernest Blugglesug - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 18:29:24 EST ID:5uZuS+Mg No.37188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36856
got news bro. you're on a PC on the internet. It's the most dark ages version of direct mind-machine interfaces. I'm manipulating your political views with my language and words.

Sad reason to hold off on the awesome tech we will see in our life times. For sure a balance to be had with security and privacy. But honestly every problem we forsee is really already upon us in some form, and is really driving the direction of society as we speak. Our civilization aware or not as a whole is currently deciding on all the shit we like here at /FTL/
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John Mashshaw - Sun, 28 May 2017 18:33:42 EST ID:d8NB0kCv No.37219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A mix of Cantonese and English would be tight
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Jenny Sisslekutch - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 07:27:47 EST ID:H6WJ9d1v No.37296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37219
yeah Gnor yill that shit my gwaylo
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Phoebe Grimway - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 10:03:58 EST ID:fFv+OUiq No.37303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At the moment English is the closest thing we have to a global language but it needs to become more anarchic and/or democratic. Currently the anglophone centre countries want to have their cake and eat it; they want English to be a global language but they still control the use of it. While English is well-known for it's ability to adopt new words from other cultures, there is still a hugely paternalistic way in which this is done.

"non-native" English learners around the world have to put up with a myriad of very culturally specific words and idioms in english texts. Yet, if an English speaker from a non anglophone country wishes to insert their own culural concepts into an English text, they are usually forced to italicise it or define it, rather than letting it be. The reason being that they have to pander to anglophones. A future English should be more loose with words from different cultures and allow more flexibility from non-anglophone cultures.


Brain in a Jar by Esther Susslestodge - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 14:19:42 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.37096 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20161004-were-developing-brains-outside-of-the-body

> In fact, making a brain isn’t as difficult as you might expect. With a few simple ingredients – and an unquenchable enthusiasm for drenching things in alcohol – you too could have a miniature brain in a matter of months.

> Finally, the developing brains are enveloped in a blanket of jelly. “It’s the opposite of normal jelly – it starts off as a liquid which you pour on and it jellifies as it warms up in the incubator,” she says.

> The man-made brains are already transforming our understanding of the brain, its disorders and what makes humans special.

> So what does the future hold? Several groups are working on improving the brains, introducing a blood supply so that they can grow larger

> For many scientists, the ultimate goal is for the brains to function like normal brains

Not sure if /n/ or /wc/
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Cedric Chiblingridge - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 12:56:52 EST ID:Fhvy4FkY No.37258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37247
Yeah, but will you use copper cables to re route your fear of pain or will you just have nerves of steel?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 20:41:02 EST ID:1dd4reS9 No.37261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37258
That is left to personal preference, as long as it's a good show.
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Hugh Bozzlefield - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 13:41:42 EST ID:Fhvy4FkY No.37264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37261
>Missing the reference.
What a shame.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 14:21:17 EST ID:2feL1BLa No.37265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37264
Im sorry. Idk how I could forget a reference like that.
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Alice Sillerwell - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 16:28:04 EST ID:N2FTDK17 No.37302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
should the dynamics of brain composure in the dna be capable within the ranges of structural composure , sounds like a why not idea to specify and speculate on the emergence of it itself


Music by Martin Mubberway - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 15:32:41 EST ID:CtiEz7SY No.37293 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What music will be popular in the future?
My prediction is that people will get fed up with all the technology and electronics, to the point that non-electric instruments make comeback. Expect a lot of horns and real actual drums instead of drum machines and synths. Also in the electronic music field the more tribal sounding genres will gain popularity for the same reason, people want some contrast to their cybernetic lives.

Theories welcome and feel free to post songs, let this be the one music thread in futurism.
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Nigel Pidgeman - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 01:47:15 EST ID:Ef0FyvmU No.37299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dunno. Maybe all those fags calling themselves musicians on the internet when they actually only make gay dubstep in FL studio will fuck off. But I doubt it. That would be the best case scenario.

Hopefully real music will become a more popular thing and not just some electronic fad that everyone seems obsessed with. I need more shows, gigs, tours, lessons, jam sessions, etc. And I play basic keys, guitar, some bass, drums, and I'm an audio engineer. I also have a 50k dollar education and degree in music.

It really chaps my ass when some 18 year old senior acts like they are on the same level as me or deserve more work than I do because they can press play in a DAW. I fucking hate all this dubstep house wave whatever the fuck. It has took the barrier of entry (actually learning to be a musician) away and just made dickheads soak up more morsels of an already dead industry with halfassed shit. I saw these faggots all the time in music school. Some middle class white boy shows up with a pair of beats on his head and all he cares about is making drum loops or farting around with synths. Meanwhile, the serious people are spending hundreds of hours in the practice rooms while these fuckups goof off in the student lounge or just don't show up. Then at the end of the year, 20 people in the class are down to me, Doug and Jon. Not because the classes were hard, but because nobody got the practice hours logged. Then you see them bitch about how they are struggling or how music school is suuuucchh a waste of money and effort and how they wished they would have just bought a live rig or built their own studio but mom'n'dad wouldn't spring for 20k in toys. Then in turn, after arguing with the teachers and bad mouthing them and the school at every chance, you look into a school and they have 7-10% graduation rates and that causes the state to put the screws to the school because of stupid middle class parents sending Billy Fuckup to get a degree as Eric Clapton when Billy really just wants to sleep all day and jerk off to hentai.

But I'm way off topic. Of course, this isn't my canned response of, "Well, HousecoreVapourwave isn't my thing but I can respect it." that I'…
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Nell Fuckingwater - Sat, 26 Aug 2017 07:03:56 EST ID:2TG1RO3c No.37300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37299
I think most successful musicians have spent less time learning. You're pretty much at the far end.

However most of them did actually do some graft even if it was just practicing for half an hour every week night, a couple of hours at weekends and playing open mic nights every week until they got good. You don't need to go to anything like the lengths you did to be a great musician.

I used to hang with a guy who does "futuristic psytrance". He's spent half his life promoting metal gigs and plays guitar at a fucking high level, I know he's got serious chops. He's got the musical knowledge but he makes more money giving lessons to psytrance wannabes and playing festivals in europe. I think he applies the musical knowledge. Plus he's technical as fuck, he researches the and pours love into everything he does.

However yes, if your response is really only about the countless hacks who have no recognition beyond 15 friends on soundcloud then yes. However even electronic music includes a lot of genuine musicians. In the end it's not about electronic music sucking as a genre but about how low it makes the bar for entry as you said.

I think every genre of substance will continue to evolve and cross polinate with other genres except punk because punk is closed as fuck and throws out anything outside it's existing template and stagnates into mediocrity while it's closest relatives (and some more distant genres) pick up it's cast offs and thrive.
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Fuck Blatherman - Sat, 26 Aug 2017 08:04:33 EST ID:Ef0FyvmU No.37301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37300
Depends on your definition of successful. Most people say successful and immediately describe rock stars who actually did just make it lucky and almost all those guys will fall into poverty when they stagnate, and have no other career and can just play their songs. Hell, look at Mayhem for example. One of if not the most prolific black metal band who've reinvented then genre at least 2 times came through and played their 2nd most well known album for its 20th anniversary and they filled ~250 tickets at a 400 person show in a major US city. Then there are likes of Saliva who made a ton of money, but will end up burning it all up before they are 50. Then when they are spending their last years regaling old tales, what will it be for when they are broke and irrelevant?

I define success in music personally as being able to support yourself on music if you actually like doing it for the remainder of your life. But everyone else who isn't really invested think it is making 400k dollars in one night. And I also recognize you can get by on bar night after bar night just playing the same 200 classic rock songs. I know lots of people who do that. I know lots of musicians who do the stuff they don't want to. I've had to teach dubstep shit before to make money. It is what the market wants so you do what is in demand.

I was mostly just annoyed at the electronica area of music. They really cause a massive issue for the school I went to (and probably ever other music school) which I am loyal to and always have the biggest fucking ego's ever. They don't know shit, can't do shit, then act like they are the coolest fucking guy to ever bless your presence. Kinda like the 17 y/o DJ with 2 Peavey PA speakers and an Ipod.

I also spent a mountain of time learning music and other instruments just so that I can pull as many gigs as possible. My main thing is drumming. And within that group, I can play nearly any genre you can think of and do a show relatively comfortably. But I can also show up to the same amount of shows on guitar and bass and keep my head above water. Even with reading which hardly anyone seems to care about. (Which I fucking hated reading for 3-4 years solid.[spo…
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SUICIDE BOT by Shit Dissledale - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 14:58:46 EST ID:nh8ev3o3 No.37273 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This Security robot in DC drowned itself. We really do live in the strangest timeline. Everyday I read headlines that give me futureshock.

https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2017/7/17/15986042/dc-security-robot-k5-falls-into-water
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Beatrice Blackshaw - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 10:28:38 EST ID:tbZY7sH7 No.37275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>shitty bot has a malfunction
>DUDE WHAT IF they had suicidal thoughts lmao
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Martin Hembleridge - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 13:16:20 EST ID:Y4Mp81lN No.37276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.wired.com/2015/07/crispr-dna-editing-2/
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Martin Mubberway - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 16:31:17 EST ID:CtiEz7SY No.37295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37275
>>37273
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjDAxXj9H8k#t=9m57s


Remote emotion sensing and other amazing break through with spooky feels. by Ebenezer Duvingworth - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 03:51:06 EST ID:5uZuS+Mg No.37272 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apparently scientists at MIT are working on wi-fi heart beat monitors. And using that coupled with an ai they can now figure out your emotional state remotely. Some Minority Report shit right there.

I'm starting to get spooped. Post amazingly awesome tech that is also spoopy.
We live in interesting times. Most of our old scifi dreams are in some way a reality and now we are going beyond in some areas.

https:/ /thenextweb.com/artificial-intelligence/2017/07/22/scientists-create-ai-that-uses-wi-fi-to-see-emotions/#.tnw_cuc8d9eQ


What's the Capitol of Earth? by Matilda Babberstone - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 18:12:09 EST ID:taca/r37 No.37195 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, let's talk about this. If a period of Global government did arise, what do you think would become the capitol?

And sure, most of us on this board might be ready for a leaderless future run by enlightened technology, but a lot of the normals aren't there yet and they're probably gonna need a transition phase.

The obvious choices seem like the big ones. The ones with a lot of history and institutions. It'd be kind of cooler if they went with something smaller though, like how a lot of US state's biggest cities aren't the capitols.

What would you nominate?
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Hugh Bozzlefield - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 13:40:57 EST ID:Fhvy4FkY No.37263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37262
Intelligence is still thought to be an emergent property. At some point we'll make a powerful enough computer with a learning algorithm that's sophisticated enough to be intelligent and then... At some point after that maybe we'll get intelligence.

I imagine our attempts to replicate intelligence or aspects of it will make it more likely or maybe we'll even be able to understand enough to replicate it before realising we've already made it.

We can't do it yet but we'll do it eventually, on purpose or by accident.
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Lydia Hingerspear - Tue, 18 Jul 2017 17:31:17 EST ID:LLFOBKEt No.37268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd vote for Tibet
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Phyllis Buzzforth - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:50:40 EST ID:5uZuS+Mg No.37269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37268
My geometry is the best but doesn't tibet have the tallest mountain in the world?

This is a great place, I second if a space station capital is too much.
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Phyllis Buzzforth - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:53:13 EST ID:5uZuS+Mg No.37270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37262
> its just pattern recognition or basic math at the end of the day.

Sounds like how we think tbh fam. Wait am I a robot?

Frack I'm on of those damned toasters aren't I
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Oliver Gublingshaw - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 10:22:10 EST ID:+Et3EAWJ No.37292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37270
You haven't asked to toast anything yet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRq_SAuQDec


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