Episode 44 – Future Cabbies

 

Cav joins us to address some listener questions.  Also we discuss recent movie releases, science news, and automated taxis in Dubai.  Check it out, citizen!  Also Zad’s audio is messed up but DEAL WITH IT

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  • QUESTION FOR WILL AND WILL ALONE TO BE ANSWERED BY WILL AND NO ONE BUT WILL
    WHY IS COMMUNISM A FAILED SOCIOECONOMIC SYSTEM? DO YOU THINK AN EVERQUEST-BASED ECONOMY WOULD BE FEASIBLE?

    Got triggered pretty hard there with you guys assuming my gender at the end. Answer is obvious though, everyone knows there’s no girls on the internet.

    Battlefield 1’s new DLC is pretty cool but it and the game in general got me into reading about WWI more widely and I’ve come to realize that killing people used to be a big pain in the ass. You sat in this dirty fucking trench for like 2 months at a time and got shelled for hours on end. Now it’s like you press a button and a cruise missile or 155 round fucks up the guy you’re looking at on your computer screen from the drone/satellite feed in an air conditioned room in D.C. I think that machines are gonna take over starting with the military. Eventually they will be able to make better decisions more quickly than any human commander and you’ll just have entire armies controlled by super advanced AI. Good thing Elon musk is already making a time machine or some shit to stop them.

    Potential topics (feel free to skip any if pressed for time or topic is too retarded):
    Why does everyone on NPR try and whisper in my ear as quietly as possible
    This is a debate I’ve been having with a few of my friends and I’d like you guys to weigh in, chocolate or vanilla milkshake?
    Ninjas or pirates? Cyborg-ninjas or space-pirates?
    Was Ben Franklin right when he said that those who would sacrifice essential liberty for temporary security deserve neither liberty nor security?

    REEEEEEEE SPAM FILTER FUCK OFF

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