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Sieberg asked about Hollywood, which prompted Gasparav to launch into a rumination about how "it can't be evil," meaning, machines, because "humans still have the monopoly for evil." LeCun observed that people are stuck in scenarios from "Terminator" that he dismissed as unreal. "Ex Machina," he said, is "a beautiful movie, but they get absolutely everything wrong!" Among the things the movie flubs is "this myth of one single genius who will invent AI -- it's just not going to happen that way." … [Read more...] about Artificial general intelligence is a Rorschach Test: Perhaps we need orangutans?
But with a Nintendo account, the possibilities open a bit wider if any valid payment credentials have been saved. This is because of how Nintendo "eShop" purchases work in certain regions of the world. In many territories, you can use the eShop on a Web browser, but this will only allow you to make purchases to the sole Nintendo Switch assigned to your account. Change the eShop region to somewhere like Brazil, on the other hand, and you'll have the option to buy games' codes—which you can then email, share, and otherwise claim on any other Nintendo Switch's account. … [Read more...] about 160,000 Nintendo accounts were compromised—including one of ours [Updated]
A kindly AT&T saleswoman approached. When I asked if I could at least take a look at an iPhone SE, she replied they hadn't got the display up yet. She was extremely apologetic. We chatted about the strange circumstances that life had thrown at the world and then wished each other if not a good day, then at least a safe one. … [Read more...] about I went to see Apple’s new phone. T-Mobile did what AT&T couldn’t