Cyber-Murphy's Laws of Robotics, Investment, And Gambling

1. Humans should not build machines whose behaviour they cannot predict, even though it is trivial to do so.

2. If humans ever do 1, as a game or joke, they should certainly never give those machines control of their lives.

3. If humans ever do 1 and 2, they should then not be at all surprised when those machines do things to their lives that they didn't predict, that aren't good, and that they can't stop.

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@natecull What if some humans do 1 and 2, but then use those machines to do things to other people’s lives that they can’t predict and which aren’t good, but keep doing them anyway?

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