Unlike us, artificial-intelligence machines will always be two-dimensional things, not actual beings.
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In a largely symbolic show of displeasure with the Trump administration's repeal of the rules, Democrats were joined by a handful of Republican colleagues.
The changes are the latest in a series of reforms the platform has implemented in recent months.
There is a strong Republican antitrust tradition.
We must prevent this agenda from advancing beyond the six states and D.C. that have legalized assisted suicide for the terminally ill.
The data, which included responses to intimate personal questions, was left unguarded on an easily accessible website for four years.
Its promise of a kind of immortality is an ersatz version of Christian hope for a resurrection in a glorified body.
Twitter does not represent a vast cultural wave coming to sweep us all away; it’s merely an aggregator of venom.
Australian scientist David Goodall has committed assisted suicide at a Swiss death clinic, and the media are swooning.
High-priced lawyers and a PR blitz aren’t nearly enough to fix the problem.