Tuesday, 4 October 2016


amanfromMars Oct 4, 2016 3:37 AM [1610040837] ….. airing an opportunity on http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-03/greatest-fools-ever
Advancing free information and troublesome secret facts are a novel intelligence and virtualised weapon of mass spontaneous destruction and persistent disruption for mass spontaneous destruction and persistent disruption of status quo intelligence in operating systems.
Do you act as a model machine programmed by past events and remote levers?
And the truthful answer to that question is surely a resounding … Yes, of course, all fools and tools do?

amanfromMars 1 Tue 4 Oct 16:55 [1610041655] …. ringing a bell on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/10/04/artificial_intelligence_in_the_channel/
Doing everything differently is the sane option in man made worlds of mayhem.
Still, a channel run by artificial intelligence? When competing AIs start showing off to one another by the quality of the driverless cars they’re controlling, then we’ll know we’re there.
When competing AIs start showing off to one another by the quality of the driverless intelligence they’re controlling and sharing, then they’ll know you're nowhere important commanding.
The future is not controlled by that and those retaining and maintaining secrets, both royal and ancient and/or postmodern, but by that and those proposing and able to freely share them. Quite whether they would purposefully choose to share the most succulent and sensitive of old secrets uncovered and/or newly discovered, is that which will define whether they be fine friend and noble knight to present realms and reigns mired in the past or foul foe and phantom fiend of a destructive and disruptive disposition.
And although that does appear to be future controllers in charge with command of secret accesses, which be very much like a mirror of many current elite administrations/mass operator systems, it is quite fundamentally different with a whole new fleet of virtual machines delivering goods for servering/bounty for seeding.

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