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LES HYBRIDES, LES ROBOTS, LES CLONES ET PLUS... (PARTIE 2)
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MessagePosté le: Ven 30 Déc - 15:15 (2016)    Sujet du message: NOBEL PRIZE WINNING CO DISCOVERER OF DNA SAYS OUR GENES WERE BROUGHT HERE BY EXTRATERRESTRIALS Répondre en citant

NOBEL PRIZE WINNING CO DISCOVERER OF DNA SAYS OUR GENES WERE BROUGHT HERE BY EXTRATERRESTRIALS

13 And the Lord God said unto the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat.
14 And the Lord God said unto the serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life:
15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.
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The Event Is Coming Soon - NOBEL PRIZE WINNING CO-DISCOVERER OF DNA SAYS OUR GENES WERE BROUGHT HERE BY EXTRATERRESTRIALS.

Francis Crick (8 June 1916 — 28 July 2004) was an English scientist who was most noted for being a co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule in 1953 alongside James D. Watson.

Francis Crick Watson and Maurice Wilkins were jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize for Physiology for Medicine “for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material.”

He was clearly a brilliant scientist who unfortunately, like many other brilliant minds who came up with theories that challenged the accepted frameworks at the time, wasn’t given much ‘press.’

In his book published in 1982, Life Itself, he argues that there is no possible way that the DNA molecule could have gotten its start here on Earth and that it had to have come here from somewhere else. Within the mainstream scientific community, the generally accepted theory is that we are the result of a bunch of molecules accidentally bumping into each other, creating life. However, according to Francis, we are the result of what is now known as Directed Panspermia. Crick and a British chemist, Leslie Orgel, published their paper on it in July of 1973.

Their theory explains that, “organisms were deliberately transmitted to earth by intelligent beings on another planet. We conclude that it is possible that life reached the earth in this way, but that the scientific evidence is inadequate at the present time to say anything about the probability. We draw attention to the kinds of evidence that might throw additional light on the topic.”

As far as Crick’s thoughts on the theory that we are the result of accidentally bumping into each other, he thinks this was as likely as the assembly of a jumbo jet hit by a hurricane in a junk yard. In other words, he thought the theory held little to no credibility.

When it comes to Crick’s theory, there have been some who expanded upon his work and have actually found evidence of it. Perhaps Crick had some evidence or he was able to connect some dots? After all, theories like this aren’t just born out of nowhere and this gentleman won the Nobel Prize for the study of DNA. Thoughts like this should not be taken lightly and evidence should be examined to see if it’s a plausible hypothesis.

Please keep in mind while reading this article that, although we’ve discovered much, we have yet to identify the biological functions of large portions of our DNA. There is so much mystery wrapped in what could possibly hold the answer to life itself and the origins of the human race.

A few years ago, Chandra Wickramasinghe, the Director of the Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology at the University of Buckingham in the U.K., published a paper regarding their supposed findings of the first-ever evidence of extraterrestrial life found in a celestial body.

At the time, Wickramasinghe pointed out to Huffington Post how, in 1962:

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DEPOPULATION AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE



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This hasnt just begun, quite the opposite. Its already completed. Humanities replacements have been built, perfected and they have reached the point of being able to self govern and self replicate.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 13 Jan - 05:03 (2017)    Sujet du message: HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ROBOTS. Répondre en citant

HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ROBOTS.



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I warned you, I told you it was coming. Well now its here rights for Artifiicial Intelligent Robots is in parliment and will set the precedent for the world. Meet your replacement.

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SWARMS OF RADIO CONTROLLED INSECTS ARE COMING YOUR WAY



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Think drones swarming self assembling and attacking are bad enough, Well wait till all the bugs are radio controlled but dont worry its all for HUMANITY.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 9 Fév - 02:38 (2017)    Sujet du message: AI, AUTONOMY, AND THE FUTURE BATTLEFIELD Répondre en citant

AI, AUTONOMY, AND THE FUTURE BATTLEFIELD



"AI holds the potential to be a major driver of economic growth and social progress, if industry, civil society, government, and the public work together to support development of the technology with thoughtful attention to its potential and to managing its risks.” That’s the introduction to the White House’s October report on the future of artificial intelligence. This eBook is intended to help industry leaders, commanders, academics, and the public make the right decisions in the years ahead.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 13 Fév - 14:17 (2017)    Sujet du message: MOST GOVERNMENT WORKERS COULD BE REPLACED BY ROBOTS, NEW STUDY FINDS Répondre en citant

MOST GOVERNMENT WORKERS COULD BE REPLACED BY ROBOTS, NEW STUDY FINDS


by Tyler Durden
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Submitted by Emily Zanotti via HeatSt.com,


A study by a British think tank, Reform, says that 90% of British civil service workers have jobs so pointless, they could easily be replaced by robots
, saving the government around $8 billion per year.



The study, published this week, says that robots are “more efficient” at collecting data, processing paperwork, and doing the routine tasks that now fall to low-level government employees. Even nurses and doctors, who are government employees in the UK, could be relieved of some duties by mechanical assistants.

There are “few complex roles” in civil service, it seems, that require a human being to handle.
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“Twenty percent of public-sector workers hold strategic, ‘cognitive’ roles,” Reform’s press release on the study says. “They will use data analytics to identify patterns—improving decision-making and allocating workers most efficiently.
 
“The NHS, for example, can focus on the highest risk patients, reducing unnecessary hospital admissions. UK police and other emergency services are already using data to predict areas of greatest risk from burglary and fire.”




The problem, Reform says, is that public sector employee unions have bloated the civil service ranks, forcing government agencies to keep on older employees, and mandating hiring quotas for new ones. The organizational chart looks like a circuit board—and there’s no incentive to streamline anything.

Unfortunately for civil service workers, it seems the study is just the latest in a series of research  that won’t save their jobs. Oxford University and financial services provider Deloitte, both of whom comissioned their own studies concur with Reform‘s conclusions. The Oxford University study said that more than 850,000 public sector jobs could fall to robots over the course of the next decade.




Reform suggests that government employees should probably look into opportunities presented by the “sharing economy,” like driving for Uber – at least until robots replace those, too.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-02-08/most-government-workers-could-be-replaced-robots-new-study-finds


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 16 Fév - 06:38 (2017)    Sujet du message: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS BECOMING HUMAN GOOGLE WARNS / ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE THREATENS THE MIDDLE CLASS Répondre en citant

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE THREATENS THE MIDDLE CLASS




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THE AI THREAT ISN'T SKYNET. IT'S THE END OF THE MIDDLE CLASS 


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  • Date of Publication: 02.10.17. 02.10.17
  • Time of Publication: 7:00 am. 7:00 am

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In February 1975, a group of geneticists gathered in a tiny town on the central coast of California to decide if their work would bring about the end of the world. These researchers were just beginning to explore the science of genetic engineering, manipulating DNA to create organisms that didn’t exist in nature, and they were unsure how these techniques would affect the health of the planet and its people. So, they descended on a coastal retreat called Asilomar, a name that became synonymous with the guidelines they laid down at this meeting—a strict ethical framework meant to ensure that biotechnology didn’t unleash the apocalypse.

Forty-two years on, another group of scientists gathered at Asilomar to consider a similar problem. But this time, the threat wasn’t biological. It was digital. In January, the world’s top artificial intelligence researchers walked down the same beachside paths as they discussed their rapidly accelerating field and the role it will play in the fate of humanity. It was a private conference—the enormity of the subject deserves some privacy—but in recent days, organizers released several videos from the conference talks, and some participants have been willing to discuss their experience, shedding some light on the way AI researchers view the threat of their own field.

The rise of driverless cars and trucks is just a start. It’s not just blue-collar jobs that AI endangers.

Yes, they discussed the possibility of a superintelligence that could somehow escape human control, and at the end of the month, the conference organizers unveiled a set of guidelines, signed by attendees and other AI luminaries, that aim to prevent this possible dystopia. But the researchers at Asilomar were also concerned with more immediate matters: the effect of AI on the economy.

“One of the reasons I don’t like the discussions about superintelligence is that they’re a distraction from what’s real,” says Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, who attended the conference. “As the poet said, have fewer imaginary problems and more real ones.”

At a time when the Trump administration is promising to make America great again by restoring old-school manufacturing jobs, AI researchers aren’t taking him too seriously. They know that these jobs are never coming back, thanks in no small part to their own research, which will eliminate so many other kinds of jobs in the years to come, as well. At Asilomar, they looked at the real US economy, the real reasons for the “hollowing out” of the middle class. The problem isn’t immigration—far from it. The problem isn’t offshoring or taxes or regulation. It’s technology.

Rage Against the Machines


In the US, the number of manufacturing jobs peaked in 1979 and has steadily decreased ever since. At the same time, manufacturing has steadily increased, with the US now producing more goods than any other country but China. Machines aren’t just taking the place of humans on the assembly line. They’re doing a better job. And all this before the coming wave of AI upends so many other sectors of the economy. “I am less concerned with Terminator scenarios,” MIT economist Andrew McAfee said on the first day at Asilomar. “If current trends continue, people are going to rise up well before the machines do.”

McAfee pointed to newly collected data that shows a sharp decline in middle class job creation since the 1980s. Now, most new jobs are either at the very low end of the pay scale or the very high end. He also argued that these trends are reversible, that improved education and a greater emphasis on entrepreneurship and research can help feed new engines of growth, that economies have overcome the rise of new technologies before. But after his talk, in the hallways at Asilomar, so many of the researchers warned him that the coming revolution in AI would eliminate far more jobs far more quickly than he expected.

Indeed, the rise of driverless cars and trucks is just a start. New AI techniques are poised to reinvent everything from manufacturing to healthcare to Wall Street. In other words, it’s not just blue-collar jobs that AI endangers. “Several of the rock stars in this field came up to me and said: ‘I think you’re low-balling this one. I think you are underestimating the rate of change,'” McAfee says.

That threat has many thinkers entertaining the idea of a universal basic income, a guaranteed living wage paid by the government to anyone left out of the workforce. But McAfee believes this would only make the problem worse, because it would eliminate the incentive for entrepreneurship and other activity that could create new jobs as the old ones fade away. Others question the psychological effects of the idea. “A universal basic income doesn’t give people dignity or protect them from boredom and vice,” Etzioni says.

Also on researchers’ minds was regulation—of AI itself. Some fear that after squeezing immigration—which would put a brake on the kind of entrepreneurship McAfee calls for—the White House will move to bottle up automation and artificial intelligence. That would be bad news for AI researchers, but also for the economy. If the AI transformation slows in the US, many suspect, it will only accelerate in other parts of the world, putting American jobs at even greater risk due to global competition.

In the end, no one left Asilomar with a sure way of preventing economic upheaval. “Anyone making confident predictions about anything having to do with the future of artificial intelligence is either kidding you or kidding themselves,” McAfee says.

That said, these researchers say they are intent on finding the answer. “People work through the concerns in different ways. But I haven’t met an AI researcher who doesn’t care,” Etzioni says. “People are mindful.” But they feel certain that preventing the rise of AI is not the answer. It’s also not really possible—a bit like bringing those old manufacturing jobs back.

https://www.wired.com/2017/02/ai-threat-isnt-skynet-end-middle-class/


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MessagePosté le: Sam 25 Fév - 18:05 (2017)    Sujet du message: TAXER LES ROBOTS POUR EVITER LE CHAOS Répondre en citant

TAXER LES ROBOTS POUR EVITER LE CHAOS

Concernant les taxes sur les produits. En France, il y a la taxe de 20% inclus dans le prix de vente. En plus, il y a la taxe d'éco-participation, donc une surtaxe sur plusieurs des produits. Une autre manière de voler le petit peuple sous le couvert de combattre les changements climatiques. Un exemple de taxation dans les magasins BUT, au mois de octobre à novembre 2016 mais le programme est général en France. De taxer les robots, non, cela ne va certainement pas éviter le chaos mais remplir les poches de certaines personnes et ainsi continuer à faire avancer leur Agenda 2030.






L'angoisse face à la robotisation - qui ne fait que croître - est parfaitement compréhensible puisque les machines reprendront progressivement de plus en plus d'emplois et de tâches jusque là remplis par l'Homme. Dans une telle conjoncture favorisant l'incertitude et les questionnements quasi existentiels, cette « robotisation heureuse » (appelée de mes voeux) suscite logiquement la controverse. Il est, en effet, facile de caricaturer une proposition consistant à établir un certain équilibre entre le travail humain et celui des robots à la faveur du levier de la fiscalité.

Il va de soi que l'objectif d'une taxation des robots ne serait certainement pas de pénaliser l'innovation technologique, qui secrète productivité et création de richesses. Il va également de soi que la taxation directe des robots n'est pas une fin en soi : sinon, pourquoi ne pas - en vertu de cette même logique - aussi taxer les presse-agrumes, les toasters et les aspirateurs ? Néanmoins, le partage foncièrement inéquitable, ces dernières années et décennies, des gains de productivité au sein de nos populations occidentales justifie amplement de se préoccuper des conséquences - néfastes financièrement pour l'immense majorité - de la robotisation accélérée que connaissent des pans entiers de notre économie. Le régulateur et le législateur se doivent donc de protéger le travailleur car c'est évidemment le cadre supérieur et le détenteur de capitaux qui seront - et de très loin - les principaux bénéficiaires de ces gains de productivité.

La fiscalité robotique en question doit avoir ainsi pour objectif fondamental - non de ralentir l'innovation ni de saper l'automatisation - mais de soulager le salarié qui perdra son emploi en faveur du robot. En réalité, la question des questions, d'ordre quasiment philosophique, consiste à utiliser à bon escient la fiscalité afin de mieux répartir la richesse découlant de la robotisation. Dans l'absolu, la robotisation pourrait se résumer à un seul phénomène - ou plutôt à un changement de paradigme - consistant à remplacer le travail par le capital. La seule porte de sortie honorable sera donc de diriger une plus grande partie de ce capital vers les travailleurs sinistrés, qui permettrait par exemple à certains d'être propriétaires de voitures sans chauffeur et d'être ainsi en mesure de vivre des rentes procurées par ces véhicules.

C'est à un vrai travail d'équilibriste que seront très prochainement confrontées nos autorités car cette taxation des robots (dans un pays donné) ne manquera pas de provoquer une escalade de la compétition fiscale aboutissant à une délocalisation des entreprises vers les nations n'ayant pas (encore) instauré une fiscalité si spécifique. Toujours est-il que, dans un contexte où notre futur immédiat sera peuplé de robots à même de pratiquer des opérations chirurgicales ou de remplir des déclarations d'impôts, ce virage civilisationnel doit impérativement être bien négocié afin d'éviter à nos pays - d'ores et déjà subissant un climat général délétère et meurtris par les inégalités - de plonger dans le chaos social.

The post Taxer les robots pour éviter le chaos appeared first on .

Article rédigé par Michel Santi, économiste (http://www.michelsanti.fr)

http://www.romandie.com/news/Taxer-les-robots-pour-eviter-le-chaos_RP/77643…


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