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Will Artificial Intelligence be the Agent of Capitalism's (and Humanity's) Creative Destruction? | History News Network

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Alicia Vikander in Ex Machina (Film 4/DNA Films, 2015)  In an underrated 2009 film, “Leaves of Grass,” Edward Norton’s character, a Yale professor, is told by a rabbi, “We are animals, Professor Kincaid, with brains that trick us into thinking we aren’t.”  Indeed.  We are animals cursed with an acute awareness of our own mortality.  We bridle against this hard fact.
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Will Artificial Intelligence be the Agent of Capitalism's (and Humanity's) Creative Destruction? | History News Network

Alicia Vikander in Ex Machina (Film 4/DNA Films, 2015)  In an underrated 2009 film, “Leaves of Grass,” Edward Norton’s character, a Yale professor, is told by a rabbi, “We are animals, Professor Kincaid, with brains that trick us into thinking we aren’t.”  Indeed.  We are animals cursed with an acute awareness of our own mortality.  We bridle against this hard fact.  The power of religious leaders derives from their assurances of an afterlife.  …

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