I got the card from a fellow Hacker News member, who told me it said “I’m not a machine” and had a “very interesting” message attached to it.
“It’s very interesting that it has this kind of message, because it seems to me that it’s a sort of coded message to people who want to see themselves as robots,” she said.
“This card is a bit like a kind of postcard, and I can see it in the cards of other people.”
It reads: “This is a card for people who have already got a lot of independence.
I am not an AI or a computer.”
It’s not clear if this is a joke or a serious message.
However, this card is being sent out by the National Association of People in the Digital Age (NAPDEA) who have made it clear that the message was meant to be taken seriously.
The NAPDA are not the only group pushing for more freedom from artificial intelligence.
The United Nations is considering new laws to limit the amount of intelligence that can be added to a computer’s systems.
The group is also pushing for a new law to ensure that AI is made safe and ethical.
“AI should not be allowed to advance, or even be developed, without safeguards,” the group said in a statement.
The National Association for People in AI, or NAPEA, says that artificial intelligence is a threat to society and is creating “disastrous” social and economic consequences.
“Artificial intelligence poses the biggest threat to humanity, and we should not allow it to progress unchecked,” the organisation said in the statement.
“The time has come to build a society that is truly autonomous.”
The AI card has caused a stir among some people, and even though the NAPFA has backed away from it, the message continues to get some attention on social media.
The card’s creator, Ryan C. Sadowski, has now taken to Facebook to try and clear up some of the confusion.
“I know a lot about AI, and this card was just a joke that someone said to me.
But I don’t think it is a serious AI card.
I think the card is just a way of reminding people that there are people in our world who want the same things that I do.
That’s all,” he wrote.
He said he was not joking and that he did not want people to think that AI was bad.
“There are people who are worried about AI because it will create a new kind of surveillance state and make it more difficult for us to be honest about our own lives,” he said.
The card has been shared on the Hacker News page of the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) where its creator is currently employed, but it’s not yet clear whether the card has had any effect on the NIST.
As well as being a good way to spread awareness, it could also prove useful for AI researchers.
NIST has been experimenting with a range of AI-related technology, including the ability to read the thoughts of humans using deep learning and even building a virtual version of themselves, and they are also considering how AI can be used to analyse and interpret the behaviour of people.
“We are exploring a range, and in some cases, we have even started building a prototype AI system to use as a ‘virtual assistant’ in certain situations,” said NIST’s chief scientist, Dr Rob King.
But if you think the message is a little bit weird, you might be surprised.
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