Daily Archives: March 10, 2016

The Tom Woods Show: Episode 614 – Rothbard: The Genius and the Man, and How to Approach His Work

‘Murray Rothbard’s work, more than anything else, is responsible for making me into a libertarian. I continue to learn so much from that vast body of scholarship, spanning several disciplines. He was unforgettable, too, for his infectious enthusiasm and lively … Continue reading

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From the Tenth Amendment Center: New Hampshire House Passes Jury Nullification Bill, 184-145

‘The New Hampshire House has passed a bill that would require courts to inform juries of their right to vote “not guilty” when “a guilty verdict will yield an unjust result.” A coalition of nine representatives, led by Rep. Daniel Itse, introduced … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) – Part 5: Economics and Independent Epihuman AGIs

Previous posts in the Thoughts on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) series. Now let us consider epihuman AGIs (EAGI) that are fully independent actors. We will assume that, initially, there will be a few EAGIs that will cooperate with each other … Continue reading

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