[ExI] From Arms Race to Joint Venture
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 20:25:03 UTC 2018
OH NO! "First, shoot all the lawyers" Shakespeare.
Lawyer, eh? That's the trouble with D.C. - lawyers can't seem to
compromise - no win-win situations. I think they write laws to be vague
and ambiguous so that it will take more lawyers (and their firm, of course)
to figure it out and file numerous lawsuits. I went to law school at LSU
for a semester: hated the profs, hated my fellow students, hated the law
(Napoleonic Code - i.e. civil law in Louisiana at the time - amendments to
the constitution longer than any other state's constitution.
'If your land breaks free and floats down the Mississippi River and
attaches somewhere else, you can claim it if you can identify it'. Well,
OK, torts was interesting - I passed but got out and went into one of my
three majors - music, English, psychology)
On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 3:04 PM Zero Powers <zero.powers at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 12:24 PM William Flynn Wallace <
> foozler83 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Would you settle for analyzing diagnostic imaging and making accurate
>> I wish that AI would almost totally take over the entire field of
>> medicine. Physicians have an impossible job: keeping up with the
>> research. I read things in the newspapers and ask my physician about them
>> and they don't know. I have been misdiagnosed several times and very major
>> consequences. I saw an xray with my kidney stone clearly on it and the
>> radiologist saw nothing.
> And there's the rub. We all want AI to take over those jobs they can do
> better than humans, except for those particular jobs that pay our bills.
> I'm all for AI putting doctors, factory workers, truckers and Uber drivers
> out of work. But when it comes to lawyers, well that's just going to far!
> You can guess what I do for a living lol
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