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17 Nov 2016 16:18

This is a continuation of the thread from http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/23-957-1

Here you can discuss or share videos, articles, or ideas on where humanity is going and where intelligent life elsewhere may end up



I highly recommend Isaac Arthur's channel on youtube, he covers many interesting subjects.  
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26 Nov 2016 09:51

I also watch his videos from time to time.

Hopefully we can have a base on the moon and have more space exploration in the next decade. 
 
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04 Dec 2016 07:12

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Insert cliche comment about how we don't spend nearly enough money in anti-aging research. Also, he talks quite a bit about extending the lives of smaller organisms. I guess it's all about pragmatism; it's not as easy to experiment that way on chimps or blue whales.

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This could start a chain of events leading to the collapse of low skilled jobs if you think about it.
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DoctorOfSpace wrote:

This could start a chain of events leading to the collapse of low skilled jobs if you think about it.

It's also a privacy nightmare. At least, even more of one than what we currently deal with.
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06 Dec 2016 13:44

DoctorOfSpace wrote:

This could start a chain of events leading to the collapse of low skilled jobs if you think about it.

Interesting! Companies might even have an incentive to adopt this technology, since with it they won't have to pay as many employees. And of course shopping will be a hundred times better.
Though I foresee some issues. First, how easy would it be to lose track of how much you spend? Second, how on earth does this work? And what if you don't have a smartphone? Will there be cashiers just in case?
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06 Dec 2016 14:46

I guess "deep learning systems" it means so many cameras and RFID tech that if you only sneeze they will offer you paper handkerchiefs with 10% off right before the exit. I haven't decided yet if this leaves me with a bit of discomfort or not.
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"Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space." - Douglas Adams
 
 
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