Robots Making Robots

Robots: What do we do when there is nothing for us to do? When a robot builds a robot will Asimov's first law, “A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.” be no longer relevant? What (whose) law will a robot...

Anger

Being angry is a primal response that eventually fades. I don’t feel that we can afford to just be angry. Anger uses up a ton of energy, it confuses the brain. It finds importance in the mundane. It allows for lies through repetition to become truth and a slight of hand to be seen as miracles.

This is your heart, it does what it’s supposed to do.

A human heart does not know anything about you, who you say you love, what movies you like, the color of your skin or what god you say you believe in.