Wednesday, 3 May 2017

in a short period of time

src: wikibooks.org

in a short period of time, we can not trust what we hear. lyrebird.ai  is a great example of that. the same goes for what we see on a screen. then, it will be hard to separate real life from a simulation. some believe we're there already. in the end, what can we believe? our feelings? anything at all? is even "belief" just a simulated concept?

if you were to create the perfect simulation, would you remove the concept of the simulation from the simulation itself? this to prevent "entities" inside the simulation from understanding that their world is a sandbox, and in the next moment be trying to break out. though, can you remove the concept of the very thing from the very thing itself?





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