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AI needs embodied cognition??

Intro LO: There are four levels in human consciousness: Unknown unknowns resulting in fantasy (eg, fiction); Known unknowns resulting in beliefs (eg, science-fiction); Unknown knowns resulting in intuition (eg, innovation); Known knowns resulting in knowledge (eg, science, technology) and in tools. The Axios AI+ article below is indeed consistent with “ancient”...

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Why regulating AI will be difficult — or even impossible (WE)

Intro LO: An interesting and recommended read by an American conservative source. Washington Examiner title: Why regulating AI will be difficult — or even impossible By: Christopher Hutton Date: 20 February 2024 "Efforts to combat artificial intelligence‘s threat to democracy and humanity through regulations and guardrails face a number of legal complications,...

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Toyota claims battery breakthrough in potential boost for electric cars (Guardian)

Guardian title: Toyota claims battery breakthrough in potential boost for electric cars Guardian subtitle: Japanese firm believes it could make a solid-state battery with a range of 745 miles that charges in 10 minutes By: Rob Davies Date: 4 July 2023 “Toyota says it has made a technological breakthrough that will allow it to halve the weight, size and cost of...

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Russia’s losses are worse than anyone thinks (the Telegraph)

The Telegraph title: Russia’s losses are worse than anyone thinks Telegraph subtitle: Estimates of the Kremlin’s military casualties may be far too low given Kyiv’s use of new precision weaponsBy: Hamish de Bretton-Gordon Date: 9 May 2023 "It was a curious sight. Russia’s annual Victory Day parade, a display of military might and a celebration of its role in...

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Outsiders Solve Problems. Just Ask Goats. (NYT)

The New York Times title: Outsiders Solve Problems. Just Ask Goats. NYT subtitle: In a study of how animals respond to the unknown, goats and camels, especially those with a lower social position, proved most capable of liberating a snack from a cup. By:  Veronique Greenwood Date: 4 April 2023 "Fair or not, goats have not earned a reputation for their...

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Why China Is So Bad at Doing Big Things (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg Opinion title: Why China Is So Bad at Doing Big Things Bloomberg Opinion subtitle: The country has a reputation for accomplishing impossible tasks. But its strengths only work in certain cases. By: Minxin Pei Date: 3 April 2023 "Countries around the world are awed by China’s ability to marshal its national resources and do big, seemingly impossible...

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