'“AI will not kill us. That’s science fiction,” Max Versace, CEO of Neurala, a Boston-based neural network software company, told CNBC last September.'
That sounds like something an AI would say though...
"The Moon is so familiar, even to people who don't go out of their way to see it, that it gets ignored. So when it is literally brought into focus, magnified to the point where it becomes a world laid out before you, the craters and plains and mountains etched onto your retina and your brain, it is as profound an experience as any life has to offer."
"The idea of “too many too soon” makes “intuitive” sense in that to the layperson it would seem that throwing too many challenges to the immune system in too short a time in a developing baby might be harmful, but we have copious evidence that this is not so."