Deep Learning Is Going to Teach Us All the Lesson of Our Lives: Jobs Are for Machines
Scott Santens

I’m also concerned about social / collective intelligence. I don’t know how many times ideas that I think are “mine” I then discover on the internet - written or implemented many times better than I had imagined. What does this even mean? Machinas will take over jobs — fine by me. That “my thoughts” are already patented — well, I guess I can live with this too. What does it leave? I don’t feel like just sitting around doing nothing: one, knowing that this cannot be possible because if everyone did this I wouldn’t discover the very things that make me sit quietly, and second — I want to create something. So what should I create? Are we all going to sit around gazing into our navels wondering what we should do with our lives like adolescent teenagers?.. Wait. why don’t I google this….

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