Ovyron wrote: ↑
Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:30 am
In human psychology, people tend to believe that the more something requires hard work, the more valuable it is. In reality, cheap wine can taste better than the most expensive ones, if you're not told its price...
Ovyron I am Completely agree with you about that: "In human psychology, people tend to believe that the more something requires hard work, the more valuable it is. In reality, cheap wine can taste better than the most expensive ones, if you're not told its price..."
To defeat the machines, human beings or people do not need to belong to a special race, to a special species, to a special genre, to a condition, to any sex, to any uniform, to any political party, to any federation, It doesn't need titles, it doesn't need press headlines, it doesn't need press releases, it doesn't need to be from any federation, it doesn't require teacher titles.
Human beings who face pure machines and simply win, lose or tie in the battle of man against machines.
All those who pretend to believe that they belong to a special and superior race that gives them the right to be and believe that of the only ones authorized to legitimately confront computers, chess, may well drink their own illusory wine.
In the meantime we will remain in the battle of man against machine... every victory that I can make, or every draw, and even every defeat, a toast to all those who do not have freedom, have no rights, by all those who are orbited by any kind of totalitarianism and injustice.
It comes to mind as my greatest reference and example, the great story of Jesse Owens who traveled to Berlin 1936 to demonstrate to those who thought they were supermen, who did not have such an special condition.
The biggest of those 1936 Olympics in Berlin was the hug between Jesse Owens and Lutz Long. "The truth without borders." Great souls