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 After a hiatus, we revived the freewheeling radio-style

It’s Late Night Somewhere to continue celebrating TAP‘s three year anniversary.

This was the first two It’s Late Night Somewhere streams that evening…

 

Approximate Time Marks for Discussion Topics:

 

10:00

Starts

 

14:10

Karl enters.

Possible Bitcoin founder retweeting white positive content creators.

Leadership, changes in the status/perception of the rich.

 

24:00

Pros and cons of Elon Musk.

Bitcoin, connections to electricity prices.

Microchipping.

 

39:00

Artificial intelligence, robotics.

How it can affect society, connection to immigration.

Deep fakes.

“Parallel elite” class to current elites.

 

1:04:00

New tech making alternative entertainment media production much easier.

Ways media trains its audiences.

 

1:12:00

Jeff Winston joins.

“Inevitability Effect” that media creates

Possible ways to make original independent media,

challenges/questions around that.

Continuing potential of  livestreaming,

de-centralized networks working with the more local.

 

1:37:00

Dark side of technology making creative work easier, lowering standards in modern music.

Technology taking dignity away from people doing their own work.

 

1:49:00

Effects that movies have on peoples’ expectations for their romantic relationships.

The promise of technology being dampened by the infringement on privacy.

 

1:59:00

Ecce enters.

Neural Net processors.

Computers mimicking human neural networks.

Generative adversarial networks. (GANs)

In a way this is computers programming themselves–

how this relates to technology behind self-driving cars.

Login CAPTCHA’s actually teach these networks.

 

2:11:00

Human Programmed vs “self taught” computers playing chess against each other.

More on interfacing with artificial intelligence.

Effects on population, family formation, relationships.

 

2:27:00

How the spiritual/transcendent relates to all of this?

Rebalancing the mechanistic bent of the 20th century.

How to have some kind of optimism seeing the

debauched and malicious leadership we currently have?

 

 

2:44:00

Semiogogue joins.

Challenges the idea that elites will be susceptible to

and usurped by the emerging technologies they themselves developed.

Bitcoin trap? “Getting everyone onto the network?”

 

3:12:00

CRISPR, IQ, investment risk

 

 

~Guest Links~

 

Karl Thorburn:

Telegram

 

Jeff Winston:

Website

Gab

Twitter

DLive

 

Semiogogue:

Youtube

Patreon

BitChute

Gab

Twitter

 

Ecce Lux:

YouTube 

DLive

YouTube Livestream Channel