Privacy settings? Exclusivity is selfregulated by those who don't suffer pathologic divulgation
The paradox of productivity in 2018 is even if you're writing a quantum tech article whilst simultaneously dogwalking, podcasting your fourth Ph. D, & inventing the next revolutionary drudge-work-automating app (that will be consumed by a tech giant), you'll always be making not-enough per hour for a dignified existence.
No amount of neurohack pills, 180-hour crunches and AI assistants will ever free us, because neofeudal capitalism will consume all abundance.
The wheel must break.
@luka have you seen this gem of a mocumentary? https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGUFkz0PpsGROizAikYw4LrsaQpaY6IoF
I keep having nightmares about war wiping out the electric infrastructures. Since most people don't know how to keep food without a fridge or do stuff without youtube tutorials, shit hits the medieval fan real quick.
I'm trying to train my focusing abilities with a simple daily #meditation:
I sit on a chair soon after getting up, before work.
With closed eyes I breathe calmly and focus on each breath. I try hard to keep focus on breathing and a point behind forehead between eyebrows.
I deal with inner chatter by not fighting it but leaving it to recede into the background. I setup a timer on my phone.
At the end I tell myself I deserve all the light and love in the world.
It helps a lot!
why do most of the articles or discussions around AI presume that AI would not have ethical/moral values incorporated in their functioning? didn't Isaac Asimov already on one hand and the whole cyberpunk already explicated on that premise? sounds to me like spreading FUD and mild form of trolling.
can't we just simply start seting up some kind of AI codex protocol, that should bind all manufacturers/makers if they wanted to legally participate in the market?
Tinfoil winds whisper a legend of major label's manipulation of netiquette to dissuade you from taking control over your own career. I love your autopromotion and worship the independent spamgods.
TL;DR tag me when you boost your tracks!
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@Curator something is quite weird. I get "connection reset" to mastodon.art from 1 of my machines (corporate mac) on my home network: can connect nor with firefox neither with chrome. All other machines (linux) on same network are fine. If i connect the faulty machine to a hotspot from my phone, all good. I'd love to say its mac related, though if i use crapy safari from home network, it works?! :D Cache cleared, cookies removed, plugins deactivated, browsers reinstalled... Any idea?