Permanently orbiting multisourced AI clusters to safely monitor remote projects on Moon.

Jean-Baptiste Lefevre @jblefevre60
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I was not there. Is this going to Moon to be monitored by a multi-sourced AI cluster in permanent orbit? Too heavy because it is designed for traction by weight, not traction by intelligent force.
Said Moon, not “the Moon”, because we say Mars, not “the Mars”. “Multi-sourced” – independently designed AIs to cross check each other. Monopolies are single points of failure. Checks and balances, checks and multiple checks, backups for the backups.

Xavier Bresson @xbresson
I will give a talk tomorrow 12/1 3:30 pm at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences @NUSingapore for “The Mathematics of Data” program.
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When I first saw “Data Engineering” on the Internet, I should have expected “Data Mathematics”, “Data Technology”, “Data Physics”, “Data Science”, “Data Computing”, “Data Finance”, “Data Governance”, “Data Taxes” and others.

I love Simpson’s Compu-Global-Hyper-Mega-Net.


Richard K Collins

About: Richard K Collins

Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

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