Electric ink poster board that doesn't need an electric charge to work.
Someone else's list of articles on various subjects. Some of them are discussed below.
New form of ice found. It happens at -200 and looks more like water than ice crystals. Ice9 references abound in my head.
https://archive.ph/HuqYf Phantom Brigade will release on Steam soon. It is a Mech strategy game. Before you get a Front Mission vibe, you should know it's very different. The movements you take will happen at the same time as the other teams, but in turns. It's pretty cool if you watch the videos for it.
Interpol seeks a way to police the Metaverse. Exactly what illegal activity they expect is unknown.
IEEE looks for ways to create more standards for Metaverse methods.
A bad article on how Samsung is entering the Metaverse. The company is making an AR system that can hook up to Facebook and Meta, but isn't dedicated to them.
OpenAI founder has some vague statements at an interview for Forbes. This articles summarizes it. He believes he will make something that breaks capitalism. It doesn't look like he's using the usual ideas either. Even the article doesn't know.
This is that full interview
AI is being used to link up and connect ancient cuneiform texts together.
FRoMaGe or however it's supposed to be written is an AI prompts system that creates articles with pictures and text together. Even more jobs on the chopping block.
Modular is doing something with AI, but not saying what, or how, just that they need money and people.
Propaganda on Emotional Intelligence and why it can beat Regular Intelligence. It promotes a lot of Celebrity Smart People. What Einstein did, and how he did it, gets overshadowed by what people want it to be.
A man running for office says one thing about January 6th museum visit, but article tries to twist words and actions to another.
Phantom Brigade is being developed by a bunch of ultra-leftists: https://braceyourselfgames.com/about/ Flags and pronouns as far as the eyes can see.
Nice to know, to avoid. The site is also cuckflared and spying on you with third party google analytics tracker injections.
I think that if anything does “break capitalism,” it will be large-scale automation, although I might argue that it breaking human nature is a more accurate concern. The fear I have about automation is twofold: first, that it will take lots and lots of jobs away and that we as a society won’t replace them—or the lost income from them—well, and second that it will take human purpose away. Plenty of coffeehouse communists have said things like “when we don’t have to work all day, I’ll [paint, or write, or whatever],” but the way things are going, it looks like AI output will actually overtake those things well before we get, say, an automated plumbing tool that is well suited to navigate every aspect of physically going to a client’s home without being prohibitively expensive, to say nothing of the risk of it being attacked and dismantled. In comparison, ChatGPT is open to anyone with a computer to access from anywhere they can get an internet connection.
I know you put it in quotes, but you can't break capitalism. That doesn't make any sense. The fact that someone said that makes me question his intelligence as the founder of OpenAI. Hopefully it was just a turn of phrase.
The current system we call Capitalism could change but the fundamental rules of economics won't. Only the scale. Even if we had replicators like in Star Trek, and you could eliminate most scarcity, that would just make it easier for governments to cover up the machinery of capital with thicker veneers of socialism, without all the negatives of socialism. But people would still always want more and better things.
I think you are mixing the concept of free trade with the concept of usury. I will refrain from writing an essay about what I mean since to do so would be to violate the forum's rules.
Usury isn't required for acquiring capital. I think people who complain about "muh capitalism" are mixing the concept of free trade with usury, among other things. :)
Which is why I don't understand why people are against depopulation. If we truly need less humans on the planet then why have so many? Let's push antinatalism, feminism, vaccines, race mixing and whatever else to help depopulate the earth.
No. Because depopulation should be as nature intended - through violent warfare over scarce economic resources. The strong should destroy and take what they need from the week. We should be wiping out Africa and China to reduce the population - not targetting white communities with guilt trips.
Perhaps if whites can't handle the Jews using psychological warfare on them then it is us who are truly weak and deserve to perish?
No - our problem is we are too nice. We need to harden up.
Agreed but that's a product of being on-top for too long without facing true adversity. it's going to take a lot of us starving and dying before we "harden up".