It’s “Here we go again” time! Watch this:

Human thinkers are building better-thinking devices (read: computers) and some of them are actually warning us (as they continue their work on this) that we need to make these glorified calculators more “human.”


Machines, on the other side of this developmental relationship, are “learning” how to work around or to get past whatever human elements there are that may be interfering with their efficiencies and calculations.

But of course.

Here’s the moral of the story:

     More better machines do not make better decisions.

                                                 Better humans do.

Can we not learn this lesson before we have to suffer its painful enactment?

. . . just a feeling . . .                                                   . . . a wondering . . .

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