We are running helter skelter toward fantastic opportunities with artificial intelligence. I have stopped looking at future potentials, as well as future hazards, with yesterday’s mind.

Absolutely, humans can and will adapt… it’s just that many humans cannot adapt fast enough.
This is where organizations, governments and societies step in to support and protect the most vulnerable.

I, for one, am very fortunate that I do not need any such support or protection.
I suspect that many of you see yourselves the same way too.

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/zainkahn_the-death-of-google-and-search-is-near-activity-7064572663620415489-9NwM?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_android Charles Tadros, M.D. May 18, 2023 Saint Louis, Missouri

WHAT ELON MUSK DOESN’T STATE (or understates)…

If his many-ton cars and trucks can nimbly navigate a complex external world, autonomously, accurately, and at high speeds, then these same sensors, perceptions, predictive models, and navigation systems can navigate robots, while alongside humans, in our homes, robots in our hospitals and nursing homes, robots in our warehouses and factories, robots in our mines,Continue reading “WHAT ELON MUSK DOESN’T STATE (or understates)…”

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