(snip) But then perhaps you won't be talking to really stupid people here on this forum. Well, that is what I think that they really may be, because if you find fault with them, they always will find fault with the other person first. (snip) Quoting: Anonymous Coward 477310
Well, back to the current discussion on relationships and perspective - I hope someday my computer can do that also. That would really be something, luckily they are not the ones who are going to program a computer any time soon.
They will state that they have a brain and a perception and a consciousness and will continue to do so, even if you continue to tell them or any of us perhaps - differently.
Well, continue on with the website, hope it is up soon.
From one perspective we could say "humans are getting more stupid". From another we could say "humans are becoming more intelligent".
What we're seeing now, generally, is a massive shift of what intelligence means.
For example, a teacher could say that her students are becoming more illiterate because they text on their mobiles so much.
Another teacher could say that his students are actually becoming more literate, just not in the same way that the old measuring rod can attest.
Humans are actually becoming *more* intelligent, though not in a way that is immediately obvious.
By the way, the website is already up. Just search for "ecsys"