“i’m not a robot”

“i’m a unicorn!” wait. wha?


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  1. These robots are quite abrupt in a way that could be interpreted as rude.
    Kind of Asperger’s-ish, but with less awkward well-meaning niceness.
    Also they’re pretty tangential & with religious preoccupations…
    Yikes – sad that I’m applying vague DSM-IV constructs to robots.
    Yet, somehow I’m happy they didn’t break into a fight:)

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  2. perhaps robots wouldn’t get along any better than people do. but, given the presumed similarity among robots… hm, is there any data on the relationship between genetic similarity & “getting along” – seems it’s hard enough for similar types to get along (civil wars, etc.) I’m assuming the more different, the harder it is for people to get along, but in reality the scatterplot may just indicate it’s difficult to get along no matter what!:) not sure if there are any scatterplots showing genetic similarity-difference on one axis, & “getting along” (everybody’s favorite vague variable!) on the other axis!:)

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  3. @panjoomby – “perhaps robots wouldn’t get along any better than people do. but, given the presumed similarity among robots…”

    well, even robots seem to be bound by the rules of inclusive fitness!

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