The scary thing about AI and related advances in technology is not what it will to do us — like put us all out of work — but what we’ll do with it to ourselves and each other.
Or in a rock? Or a snowflake? This is a common contention from ID critics.
The human mind is exceptional in the universe as the United States is exceptional on the face of the Earth.
Evolutionary ecologist Eric Pianka has mused about a dramatic culling of the human race, by 90 percent, courtesy of the “efficient” Ebola virus.
Henry Kissinger has sounded an alarm over AI, and raises questions about machine ethics and the possibility that humans may learn we’re not so special after all.