Implications of Considering Simulation Theory

In my previous post for this task, entitled Simulation Theory & Conjectures of Post-Humanity, I broke down the reasoning behind Bostrom’s hypothesis that we are living in a computer simulation. Assuming, as this theory argues, that it’s not impossible that we are living in a simulation, henceforth I will discuss the implications of considering these ideas. Simulation […]

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We are Suffocated by the Capitalist Internet

The exponentially increasing role of technology in our lives has been criticized as long as it has existed. For example, Socrates feared the advance of writing when it first emerged. The perspective from a group of dissenters whom spoke at a conference on reinventing the internet isn’t your typical techno-phobic “back in my day/we knew how to […]

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Artificial Intelligence has #nochill

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft: Original Image What differentiates craftsmanship from industrialism is that the ending quality of the project is not determined (David Pye). The risk involved in crafting has caused many, uh, interesting projects to be developed and tested. As we morph into the post-industrial world, the rise of digital aesthetics in crafting has led […]

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