AI Watch Newsletter, Volume 27

1 Monthly Newsletter, Comment, Advanced Computing Architectures, Military AI, Cybersecurity, Materials, Infrared, Visible, Big Data, Autonomous Vehicles, – Astronomy, Imaging, Economics, Law, Business Systems, Deblackboxification, Disinformation, Deep Fakes, Social Media, Labor, AI Topical Interplay, Uncategorized / By Gordon   June 1, 2024 AI-WATCH Courtesy of worldview4d.com worldview4d.com/ai-watch A monthly newsletter and blog focused on our opinions of the most significant developments in artificial intelligence and their relevance to the real world. […]

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Instantaneous Quantum Entanglement, Vacuum Processes, and Calculation of Cosmological Constant

Instantaneous Quantum Entanglement, Vacuum Processes, and Calculation of Cosmological Constant Richard Bradford Jul 17, 2017 I want to thank Gordon Rogers for enlightening conversations Abstract “Spooky action at a distance” as said by A. Einstein. Bell type experiments have eliminated various loopholes for deterministic hidden variable influence and established that quantum entanglement of light and

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The Vacuum-Permittivity, Permeability, and Speed of Light

On Permittivity, Permeability, the Speed of Light, Transit time Fluctuations, and Wave Harmonics in the Vacuum Richard Bradford and Gordon Rogers Revised May 4, 2024 Abstract Given transient dipoles immersed in low–energy or slowly varying electromagnetic fields of light, vacuum permittivity, permeability, the speed and the transient time fluctuations of light propagation in the vacuum

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Tech brands are forcing AI into your gadgets—whether you asked for it or not The “AI mouse” is just the start.

Tech brands are forcing AI into your gadgets—whether you asked for it or not, The “AI mouse” is just the start. Scharon Harding – 4/25/2024, 3:34 PM Tech brands love hollering about the purported thrills of AI these days. Logitech announced a new mouse last week. A company rep reached out to inform Ars of

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AI Watch Newsletter, Volume 26

1 Comment/ Military AI, Cybersecurity, Deep Fakes, Monthly Newsletter, Advanced Computing Architectures, – Visible, Materials, – Infrared, – Level 1 (Driver Assistance), Big Data, – Level 2 (Partial Driving Automation), – Level 3 (Conditional Driving Automation), Autonomous Vehicles, – Level 4 (High Driving Automation), – Level 5 (Full Driving Automation), Astronomy, Imaging, Economics, Law, Business Systems, Deblackboxification, AI Topical Interplay, Disinformation, Social Media, Labor, Uncategorized / By Gordon May 1, 2024 Please Contribute Your AI-Related Content: If you send content before the 25th of

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AI Watch Newsletter, Volume 25

1 Comment/ Military AI, Cybersecurity, Deep Fakes, Weekly Newsletter, Advanced Computing Architectures, – Visible, Materials, – Infrared, – Level 1 (Driver Assistance), Big Data, – Level 2 (Partial Driving Automation), – Level 3 (Conditional Driving Automation), Autonomous Vehicles, – Level 4 (High Driving Automation), – Level 5 (Full Driving Automation), Astronomy, Imaging, Economics, Law, Business Systems, Deblackboxification, AI Topical Interplay, Disinformation, Social Media, Labor, Uncategorized / By Gordon April 1, 2024 April First Declared “AMERICAN NATIONAL HONESTY DAY” by the GOP, Trump and

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“Parrhesia”: The importance of speaking truth to power and how to do it well. It’s time for an honest conversation.

Jonny Thomson Key Takeaways The idea of a “court jester” speaking truth to power is a common one in history. Machiavelli believed it was essential to good governance. The ancient Greek philosophers called this “parrhesia” and practiced it often. In modern times, Michel Foucault reinvented the idea. Here we look at three practical ways parrhesia

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Ancient Greek antilogic is the craft of suspending judgment

An Allegory of Prudence (c1340-55) by Pacio Bertini da Firenze. Courtesy of the Met Museum, New York Robin Reames is associate professor of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is the author of Seeming and Being in Plato’s Rhetorical Theory (2018) and The Ancient Art of Thinking For Yourself (forthcoming, March 2024).

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