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The Smart Machine Age: Humans Need Not Apply

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MrPhen375
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smart machines
MrPhen375   5/17/2017 3:37:46 AM
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What I worry is these smart machines will control human beings in the future.

anaselmed
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era of stupid people with smartphones
anaselmed   5/13/2017 7:14:57 AM
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this is the era of stupid people with very smart devices calculating and scheduling everything from time to eat to time to sleep so what we have to do our selfs ? 
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