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amanfromMars 1 Tue 28 Jul 07:27 [2007280727] ….. just saying out loud and clearly enough surely on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/28/new_zealand_algorithm_charter/

Remember to never forget the simplest of coding steps made by others. Don’t be evil …….. and all will be well

The chances of effective algorithms playing or being controlled by any set of rules other than their very own is zero, whenever they are decidedly and designedly nice and doing no evil/shining a blinding light on cursed anomalies and corrupting and subverting practices/perverse ignorant and arrogant self-serving beliefs.

And algorithms nowadays, more so than ever before was realised, make all of the major strategic operational decisions for media and computers to present to you as if made by/for humans.

It is a Perfectly Normal Quite Natural AI Progression which you might like to process as being akin to a Revolutionary Quantum Leap Evolution….. Virtual Machine Scenario …… which you are disenabled to deny and unable to prevent overtaking the mainstream of global consciousness and therefore also the regular daily 0day cycles of Earthly news. The good news is now you are prepared with the knowledge of what is before you and would lead you in a clear field devoid of moronic interests and destructive sources ……. deep dark and dismal forces.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 28 Jul 12:46 [2007281246] ….. adding more info for intel on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/28/new_zealand_algorithm_charter/

Re: strange notion?

It’s a weird notion that an algorithm is something [a] conceptually new, [b] necessarily complicated, and [c] impossible to explain.

Every single piece of code ever written is a realisation of some algorithm (even Turing’s machine). The fundamental question is whether the algorithm is understandable. if not, it’s a bad one. Implementing things you don’t understand is dangerous. …. Mike 137

Well said, Mike 137. I certainly agree.

However, what is even stranger and much more likely to be catastrophically self-destructive, is implementing dangerous things one needs to rely on only a very select chosen few knowing anything about …….. for discovery by others of such an algorithm/program outside of that relatively magical circle immediately becomes highly problematical in an era and areas where such as would be dirty great secrets are easily instantly conveyed and displayed virtually everywhere.

The quickest and easiest initial fix, trying to ensure the least amount of damage to systems if a fix to remedy the mistake or oversight, or whatever you would like to call it, is proposed to be in the pipeline for future trial deployment, is to handsomely pay whatever is needed to whomever or whatever is able to uncover and deliver such secrets. And if it is almighty bundles of flash cash, simply represented and nowadays presented by a suitably healthy current bank account total, is the situation saved by nothing of real value, and a devastating certain loss is transformed into a probably magical circular gain.

To that and/or those enamoured and captivated by fiat capitalism, is it no more difficult than that …… and thus does one have to question the distinctly obvious lack of intelligence in those and/or that which would choose to fail to avail themselves of such an opportunity whenever they are able/enabled to.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 28 Jul 10:25 [2007281025] …. shares on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/28/google_allowed_to_remember_search/

Re: Sad and bad and mad

It’s a sad time.
I almost skipped this article since it was contributed from the U$A.
My bad. …… Lois Schreurs

That is a crap algorithm to be using, Louis Schreurs.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 28 Jul 13:51 [2007281351] …… being somewhat disagreeable on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/28/mi6_investigatory_powers_tribunal_interference/

Code Red ……

“In March 2019, it was recognised that the direct communication was inappropriate.”

So realising the need for future communication to be indirect? How very weird, but I imagine right up MI6’s street.

“Britain’s security services play a crucial role in keeping this country safe, but they do not get to decide what evidence a court should see.” ….. Maya Foa, director of human rights pressure group Reprieve

As much as you might like it to be otherwise, Maya, whenever it is classified and/or above Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information, you will invariably find that they do so decide …. and rightly apologise for it not being so.

And of course, this is bound to be wheeled out by both the prosecution and the defence …… You Can’t Handle the Truth!

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