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The Day The Robots Died.

R.I.P.

R.I.P.
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7 comments on “The Day The Robots Died.

  1. Big Stevie

    The HFT robots may be artificially intelligent (and supremely ready for prime time) when volatility is at all-time lows.

    But when it hits the fan, no algorithm can possibly know what to do.

    Humans aren’t any better than machines at navigating wild market swings. Both players bring their own quirks to the game — which is why the current level of complexity in the system will trigger a whole new kind of ‘supercritical’ behavior.

  2. That video still of the Huckabull is scary. Think I’m going to take Elon’s advice and “buy GM.” BTW H, is it a “scare” quote or an “air” quote? Only ask since one uses air quotes in conversation and it therefore makes more sense. Not trying to be a smartass or anything, just trying to help.

  3. Welcome to the new normal same as the old normal. We will get fooled again. (Credit:The Who) Who?

  4. Tom Swift

    H / WW : And now for the rest of the story.
    America’s first gold rush WAS started by a 17 lb. doorstop.
    Very close to clear paperwight rocks more expensive that diamonds – hiddenite.
    Jus’ sayin’.

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