Isolate the bad:
I don’t have many personal rules. The ones I do have I ask people to respect.
- Do not continue a conversation that is only destructive, full of criticism and negativity. When the person does not provide “constructive” criticism end the conversation politely and excuse yourself.
- Condemn Radical Extreme opinions and actions. Ask if a person will condemn Hamas, Fundamentalists ideas and KKK. I will apply myself and help according to the answer.
- Do not talk about Paradigms. Only show them through the forms of media.
This is all I’m asking so far.
Management is crucial.
Donald Rumsfeld said:
Known knowns. Things we know that we know.
Known unknowns. Things we think we know we don’t know.
unknown unknown. Things we don’t know that we don’t know.
Disabling ignorance. Ignorance that disable you from enjoying what it is you like doing.
Rules you make up: Making up a rule that you don’t want to be a multimillionaire and you don’t want to learn from a millionaire even though there is so much you can learn from this person.
Convictions can be greater evils than lies.
The mind is like an attic, it gets full.
invented rules need to disappear.
The clutter must be cleared.
No physical place is holy, you make it holy.
Philosophies and disabling rules; Rules like you know everything, that you’re wearing out. You need to break those rules.
Ask: Why is this wrong?
Know the opposite side better than opponent once learnt we come to a true efficient conviction. A synthesis rather than a thesis and antithesis.
Rules about critique. Ask 3 questions about your strong ideas and challenge it.
Don’t be a inheriting believer. Don’t believe just because your parents did.
Be a believer that explored your opposition’s understanding. Challenge your ideas.
So robotics: The coding would be amazingly difficult especially from spoken language to action. We would have to work on it’s reception, comprehension, determining power, priority decision making, authoritative decision making, authoritative action/reaction and as well as the motor functions to it’s actions and pathways. Hopefully we’ll get to the point of it being self-sustaining and self-resolving. It would we amazing if we can provide a autonomy of systems that keep the robot moving depending on what it needs to do next.
I was just thinking if ethics had any application.. it would be in robotics.
Asimov’s rules of robotics:
1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First law.
3. A robot must protect it’s existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the first and second law.