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Killer robots? Activists 'freaked out' that technology needed to build autonomous lethal machines already exists

Machine learning systems rely on ... Mitnick was involved in drafting the Toronto Declaration, an 11-page document published as part of RightsCon, aimed at setting standards for non-discrimination in ... read more

Is This Where Libertarians and the Gay Community Part Ways?

Employment Nondiscrimination ... families forced to deal with costly and time-wasting court systems. It is an absurd outcome that actually threatens children's futures. It does not protect them. In th... read more

How Indiana’s New RFRA Expands the Federal RFRA

This same claim–that Indiana’s RFRA and the federal RFRA are identical–is the basis for the conservative outcry that the media has the story wrong, and the Indiana law is merely intended to protect re... read more

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If You Are Truly Pro-Life, You’d Vote Democrat

But if you really care about protecting the unborn and believe saving those lives ... The Republican and Religious Right’s focus on criminalization and overturning Roe may makes proponents feel good, ... read more

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Why Not a Probe of ‘Israel-gate’?

No one dares suggest a probe of Israel-gate, says Robert Parry ... For instance, the evidence is now overwhelming that the Israeli government of right-wing Prime Minister Menachem Begin played a key r... read more

The Main Casualty of Canceled Trump Rally Is The *Idea* of Free Speech

So Donald Trump, the repellent and bullying frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, canceled a rally in Chicago yesterday after things got testy in a way he didn't care for. That's his ... read more

Safe Schools: Education or social engineering?

He said that while everyone supports stamping out bullying and protecting students, the Safe Schools program goes far beyond this. He told The Drum's John Barron that trying to lock young people into ... read more

More on Dawkins' Pro-Evolution Communication Strategy

Given the discussion last week over whether Richard Dawkins is softening his message, I was really struck by a recent post by Jean Kazez, who is reading his new book and finds Dawkins yet again soundi... read more

Market Fundamentalism and the Madness of Crowds

Soros attributed much of the current downturn to an erroneous faith in the market to govern itself: "There has been some kind of an ideological excess: namely, market fundamentalism for the last 25 or ... read more

John MacArthur Sends 500,000,000 Charismatics to Hell

I noticed Tim Challies posted an article on John MacArthur’s Strange Fire Conference the other day so I check it out. MacArthur’s church hosted the Strange Fire conference last weekend, a conference d... read more

with recommendations to the Commission on Civil Law Rules on Robotics

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Killer robots? Activists 'freaked out' that technology needed to build autonomous lethal machines already exists

Machine learning systems rely on ... Mitnick was involved in drafting the Toronto Declaration, an 11-page document published as part of RightsCon, aimed at setting standards for non-discrimination in ... read more



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