An authoritarian submissive doesn’t imagine the future – he merely survives the present. The future is of interest only to those who expect to shape their own.
- The absence of hope for a better future is a cause for (political) concern.
- Anxieties about the future must be addressed in order to counter the spread of authoritarian populism and illiberal nostalgia
The Hungarian version was the Mézga family (Message from the future – 1969-78)
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‘Power‘ is an English word, but a machine needs a more accurate definition.
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Our reaction to the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) tells more about humans than AI. Responses include three age-old fallacies:
2) mistaking data with knowledge, and
3) the rehashing of the central planning fallacy.
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