Reversed ethics. My response to your ethical concerns and doubts, is to just go crazier Show more
I'm in the Mekka of apes and with producing more and wilder mutations it seems just a matter of time something very detrimental breaks out.
Rest of the world can we stop importing apes from China?
Experts warn about #EU law that could change the #internet - https://m.dw.com/en/memes-could-be-filtered-out-by-eu-copyright-law/a-47858247
@switchingsocial hey great project! Are you taking suggestions? Zotero instead of mendeley. Reference manager of academics.
The Pentagon has released an unclassified version of its AI strategy, calling for rapid adoption of AI in all aspects of the US military. Google, Oracle, IBM & SAP have signaled interest in working on future Defense Department AI projects. https://www.wired.com/story/pentagon-doubles-down-ai-wants-help-big-tech/ #AIisHardPower
EU-Rat gibt grünes Licht für die extremste Version von Artikel 13 https://pirati.ca/objects/ec054ce79adbeb55d0af4c1fd5a53d067c11b4a0
software eng@ICTA UAB.
4 academiaNot in academia.
local indicators of climate change impacts,social networks,citizen sci, nat lng proc,artistic research
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