"Driverless cars can also be turned into an infinite game. You could develop Kerouac, your competitor to the Google car and Tesla: a car that is on the road endlessly, picking one new destination after another, randomly." http://www.ribbonfarm.com/2016/03/31/human-complete-problems/
"If you can get your AI anti-intelligent enough to suffer boredom, depression and precious-snowflake syndrome, then we’ll start getting somewhere. If you can teach it to have pointless midlife crises, that would be even better. If you can get it to persist in living forever, sustained only by the Wowbaggerian motive of insulting everybody in alphabetical order, that would be super anti-intelligence. Those are anti-hard problems requiring non-trivial amounts of anti-intelligence. And perhaps the maximally anti-hard problem is the one it takes the maximally anti-intelligent kind of person to solve effectively: The problem of deciding whether to continue living." ‎- takes the reason prisoner
(внезапно я понял, что венкатеш мне напоминает крылова. та же лёгкая тошнотворность.) ‎- 9000
^ ого. мне совсем нет ‎- takes the reason prisoner
^^ это который only slightly evil? ну и вот ‎- This value is required.
"I'm going slightly sick / when reading this geek" ) ‎- takes the reason prisoner
@mudak: угу. такая не лезущая в глаза, но фундаментальная нелюбовь к людям, вероятно, как виду. у венкатеша недаром социопаты на вершине приамиды поставлены. ‎- 9000
ну люди же и правда так себе вид, как учит вся история ‎- takes the reason prisoner