Canadian Supreme Court Runs Wild!

A Slashdot find, Google Must Delete Search Results Worldwide, Supreme Court of Canada Rules.

Since Canada can tell Google what to show in its’ search results around the world, I have an idea. I will proclaim myself the president for life of a micronation. It will be a virtual, online micronation. I will tell Google that all references to purchasing books must point to my national tribute site. There are quite a few micronations, one more can’t hurt!

I’m thinking this is going to work out just great!

Pardon me, I need to go design a flag and begin editing the governmental stamps. Watch out Jeff Bezos, I now have a master-plan.

English MEP Windows XP Nightmare

I would hate to be an undercover cop in England!

Slashdot’s article, London Metropolitan Police’s 18,000 Windows XP PCs Is a Disaster Waiting To Happen points out a big problem. That is 18,000 potential nightmares that have access to highly private data.

They are working on upgrading to Windows 8.1. If they are as efficient as I expect them to be, the upgrade could be completed just after hell freezes over…

Unlike many, I’m not all that worried about the OS issue. I figure they have a Muhammadan insurgency about to kick off, so the police buildings will all be fire-bombed anyway. Maybe the decision makers are smarter than I thought.

IMAO Thoughts published an article with a bunch of thoughts. My three favorites;

“I hope little girls see the Wonder Woman movie and realize they can be anything they want to be. Except ghostbusters.”

“Is there anyone saying how bad Trumpcare will be who didn’t squander all their credibility saying how great Obamacare would be?”

“The great thing about having three kids is now I can put up weekly child rankings to motivate them.”

Sometimes is brilliant!

Ramifications of Chatbots, Filtering, AI

I came up with an interesting question today.

Assume a chatbot directs a black male to a restaurant in a bad area of town and the man is shot. Assume his attorney states in court that the chatbot, which uses AI and deep data mining, is racist and that caused his client to be a a place wherein he was shot. Factor in the AI and lack of absolute proof as to why the bot made the decision that it did. Assume the attorney wants all of the data available to show a comparison of minorities sent to that establishment. If the numbers show that blacks are more likely to be sent there, is that racism? Whether it is or not, it will be perceived as such by some. Does that mean that to avoid race based law suits and bad PR, the AI will be instructed to point an equal percentage of whites to that same establishment, big data be damned, for the sole purpose of avoiding litigation? Would that not then nullify the whole point of the AI? The attorney just received all of that data. I’m not even mentioning the value of the data the attorney has just obtained nor digging into the massive privacy issues.

An example that a lot of people are discussing and is very relevant right now, who should your car kill? If your car is coming up to an intersection filled with little children and old people and will not be able to stop in time, should it kill the old folks or and youngsters? What if it is a choice between driving your over a cliff or forcing the school bus, filled with young tykes, over the edge?

Short answer, attorneys are going to be enjoying AI and its’ lawsuits for many years to come.

A concise history of the law and AI can be found in an article, Chatbots, social media and the law. His article does a wonderful job of touching on the data sharing, usage, and privacy issues involved. Those issues are not minor!

An article How law firms are taking advantage of the latest advancements in AI points out that those same lawyers are starting to use AI for:

“Chatbots are able to screen potential clients, learn about their requirements and even offer basic legal advice – a huge help to those who cannot afford it.Chatbots are able to screen potential clients, learn about their requirements and even offer basic legal advice – a huge help to those who cannot afford it.Chatbots are able to screen potential clients, learn about their requirements and even offer basic legal advice – a huge help to those who cannot afford it.”

Am I the only one who sees potential nightmares? No. Scientific American has a nice article, Will Democracy Survive Big Data and Artificial Intelligence? that gives a very through high-level view of the problems and potentials with AI.

Interestingly, I come back to a statement from Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton,

“Scientists are actually preoccupied with accomplishment. So they are focused on whether they can do something. They never stop to ask if they should do something.”

I believe the same can be said of computer scientists. Make no mistake, a new world is coming. There are going to be challenges. I don’t have the answers but I do know one thing. Anyone who tells you that they do have the answers is either a fool or a con man or an AI developer…

I contribute some doggerel

The Face of Sad News:

Trying to end the fad,
Americans must have been had!

Always mad,
always sad.

CNN has it bad,
Treating Trump as a Cad.

The news is faked,
the lies are so half-baked.

He just keeps winning,
SJWs will tell you it’s past the ninth inning!

The people are so damned determined,
he going to finish his term and,
smash the vicious news vermin,
and tick off all the socialist Germans!

He is making America great again,
go ahead and break out the champagne!

Darren Osborne, a misunderstood victim?

The Guardian has some interesting details about the Finsbury Park incident.

Darren Osborne, 47 year old non-Mohammedan man is alleged to have said:

“I want to kill all Muslims”

He is reported to have left 1 dead and 11 injured. The police did indicate, “the man who died was already being treated for an unrelated ailment”. Another way of saying that is to question if the “victim” was killed or merely died at an unfortunate time…

Following in the tradition of American and British media, I will make the following statement:

Darren is not representative of all non-Mohammedan people. He is but one individual and it would be wrong to blame all non-Mohammedan people for the actions of one man, who may just be mentally ill or possibly an irate soccer fan.

While his actions are wrong, he has a cultural reason for what he may have done. Non-Mohammedan people, the primary victims of Mohammedan terrorism, have little outlet for their fears and concerns. Add in a media that is bound and determined to cover up the truth about the Mohammedan actions, and you end up with a powder keg.

Darren is merely the symptom of oppressed non-Mohammedan people everywhere. The British and American news services that continually report fake news and refuse to tell the truth are the ones who created this situation. The politicians who refuse to stop Mohammedan violence have created fear and hatred. The Mohammedan terrorists planted seeds, reporters watered those seeds with the blood of the victims, and the politicians were willfully blind.

I note that ISIS Has Instructed Muslims to Run Over Non-Muslims With Cars quite a few times. Maybe Darren read one of ISIS’s articles? There is an old religious phrase, “what goes around, comes around”. Darren treated them as they would treat him. Darren may just be a man who wants to experience the Islamic culture in his own way.

My prayers and support go to all of those oppressed by Mohammedan terrorism. I hope that Darren is safe and not injured by Mohammedan killers. I would hate to see a non-Mohammedan push-back.

What about my condolences? See this page for a list of Mohammedan terrorism in just 2017. Since 25% of Mohammedans support Jihad, there is a good chance that one or more of the dead person’s family supports Jihad… Don’t expect condolences from me until the Mohammedan terrorism issue is resolved… PERMANENTLY.

Islam inbreeding

I had NO idea! This should be known by everyone.

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They refer to an article by pjmedia.

Massive inbreeding among Muslims has been going on since their prophet allowed first-cousin marriages more than 50 generations (1,400 years) ago.

Today, 70 percent of all Pakistanis are inbred and in Turkey the amount is between 25-30 percent

… half of everybody living in the Arab world is inbred …

A BBC investigation in Britain several years ago revealed that at least 55% of the Pakistani community in Britain was married to a first cousin.

Research shows that if one’s parents are cousins, intelligence goes down 10-16 IQ points. The risk of having an IQ lower than 70 (criterion for being “retarded”) increases 400 percent among children from cousin marriages.

The New York Times has an article hitting some of the same points.

The establishment press has done a great job of making sure we didn’t know about this issue. I thought Europe was in trouble before, now I think it might even be worse than I thought.