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Hello Natasha, I'm wondering if I can pitch you to do a guest post on my A.I. Newsletter designed to bring your Newsletter a bit of traffic?

The topic:

"How A.I. will Change Global Norms, Relationships, Philosophies and Religions".

So an Op-ed, that's super deep and well researched on a topic I'm hoping is close to your expertise. Let me know in a LinkedIn DM if you have an interest in this project. For more info go here: https://aisupremacy.substack.com/p/ai-supremacy-is-exploring-and-open

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Hey Michael yeah that sounds great. I'll send you a DM soon.

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I would generally agree with this approach.

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I mean if we truly believe in human reason, then what's the harm?

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There isn't really much in the way of harm. Although I've been having a conversation where I used philosophy to point out the flaws in their argument. They don't seem to like that for some reason.

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To me, this is the greatest harm we face. People don't want to be wrong. How do you think we could make it cooler to be ok with being wrong?

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Well I think it is necessary for people to admit mistakes. There's an old saying about a society that's obsessed with perception is always going to cause harm. Mainly because they can't admit to faults. Many politicians and business leaders refuse to admit mistakes. They're always focused on spinning it as "You don't really know what's going on so you don't know it was a mistake."

Getting away from thinking like that is probably the best way to get people more comfortable with being wrong.

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