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That would be the first logical thought about A.I. that one might assume. A.I. is about logic and Liberalism is about emotion and therefore A.I. is or should be in the end good. And if human beings were machines that might well be true. And that would of course be incorrect.

Liberalism in practice is more like Libertarianism in concept, and Libertarianism is associated with Conservatism and freedom. Sounds good because freedom is good. But both Liberalism and Libertarianism is really in practice about chaos.

Human beings are neither all about absolute logic nor are they all about absolute freedom.

A.I. is actually very authoritarian because logic is very authoritarian: A + B = C. And that is the way it must be done, or their will be consequences in order that logic be restored.

There is no nuance, no compassion and no room for human thought process and tolerance for experimentation or anything other than what is prescribed in A.I.

* A.I. is counter to evolution and adaptation.

Humans are not successful because we are totally logical, human beings are successful because we are flexible and able to think outside the box and into the future and we adapt to almost any environment. And if we cannot adapt to an environment, we change the environment.,state%2C%20thereby%20accelerating%20a%20global%20resurgence%20of%20authoritarianism.

"Around the world, artificial-intelligence (AI) systems are showing their potential for abetting repressive regimes and upending the relationship between citizen and state, thereby accelerating a global resurgence of authoritarianism."

Under a dominant A.I. paradigm, you will be structured, and you will comply. And that is why Liberalism is so closely associated with A.I., mandated structure and compliance to the max.

Beware, A. I. is fundamentally Marxist, authoritarian and Socialist in nature. JGL 7/23/23

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I had a philosophy professor who told us that he loved philosophy because if you take it to its logical end, it often turns out to be something other than what you think it is. I found that to be true when I read Plato's "Republic," nodding and agreeing with what he said, until I got to the end. I was horrified to see that the end consisted of a society built on "The Noble Lie" where every area was under iron censorship.

So you're not looking forward to us all being like Mr. Spock?

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