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You just can't treat "people" as one something. Like "all muslims
are terrorists". No, that is simply not true. But most Americans
simply don't see that. They are people. There are many many
many many many many many many many people there. Real people,
nice people, and "most" (this is what Bush did not see) "MOST"
there are very very very very very very very very very very nice
people. So Bush decided to treat them equally: bad. Very very very
very very very very very very badly, as if they would not even exist.

Bush should not treat people equally. Republican Americans can only 
see things equally: badly.

4.once we figure out how to create human-level behavior

If everything is A, then A can be said to be meaningless - because you
have nothing to which A could be related. (This is just a thought. I'm
open to criticism.)

>"once we figure out just how to create human-level behavior, it's going
>to become very obvious to everyone else, just how un-special human
>intelligence really is. [...] "

1. People have reasons to imagine themselves as special - those reasons
of (evolutionary) survival. The problem seems to be not in
anthropocentrism as such, but in losing some very complex balance
(which is available to investigation, of course). So, I suspect the
opinions that anti-anthropocentrism is "the right" side, and
self-sufficient, are flawed.

2. As an aside - it occurs to me that the problem of social acceptance
of scientific conclusions stems from the following circumstances:
Science (and technology) find out answers to problems. At the same
time, people in ordinary life deny the same problems through
self-censorship, taboos, and so on... The reason is that
ordinary-life-people are overwhelmed by problems, and lose so much of
their self-confidence, that it becomes counter-productive.

When people face answers to problems they have been repressing for very
long, there happens a complex interplay. I'm not so sure that we can
predict what would happen.

>"people will finally realize how silly and pointless all this debate
>about consciousness was."

1. Wouldn't we move to other patterns simultaneously - along with the
gradual figuring out the current patterns of human-level behaviour?

2. Once we figure out how to create human-level behaviour, we'll
understand the mechanisms that drive people to engage in apparently
useless debates about consciousness. Now, consider that in physics, the
most successful science, understanding leads to not giving value
judgements. Would the same happen in cognitive sciences? It may well be
different, but one can't immediately see how.

5.Evolutionary Computation Classics - Volume I

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Today my blog completes one year on-line and to celebrate this special
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called "Evolutionary Computation Classics - Volume I", which tells us
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I would be very grateful If you could visit the blog. :D

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