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Automation [CPU-based supercomputers] is not the same as autonomy [GPU-based supercomputers], according to the experts in AI. (1)

Words conveying meaning we have chosen to accept as true – without realizing it.

Autonomy. Automation. But “autonomy” FROM WHO? Automation (2) for WHO to control what? A subject is always hidden behind anything seemingly objective. Behind every artificial intelligence lies someone intelligent.

Behind every robot, there lies a robot maker. We are egoists. We like to think we are different. Are we? A true maker builds automata in his own image – autonomous as he is. And he could be autonomous only because he had an autonomous maker.

The most ancient Greek song…

Weird how we find answers to our most deep philosophical answers in a lab sometimes…