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Yoon Park
Posted 2 months ago
Ze Frank: Are you human?
It is neither humor nor a "test". It's a well constructed interactive poetry wherein the author's wit and bitter admittance lie - and he wants to share his admittance for being human with the audience. He appears as if he wants to confirm that the audience is human like him, but in fact he is confident that they will all know - that they have experienced something alike, something that the author might have experienced recently or relatively recently. He just masks his emotions with a robot-like voice but that's where he put his art in.
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Yoon Park
Posted 2 months ago
Ze Frank: Are you human?
We are all human because people in the audience refused to raise their hands for the few questions at the end, regardless the questions apply to them or not, because they feared being ashamed for admitting experiences that embarrass them. This lack of composure, however, is very human. So we are all human.
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Yoon Park
Posted over 1 year ago
Lesley Hazleton: The doubt essential to faith
I'm a theist provided there is an existence that created, or triggered the genesis. I am an agnostic provided God stood for an existence that sees and listens to us, and controls everything including punishment or blessing toward the creatures. For a person who says God sees us and commands us to live in certain ways, I might humbly say I am a atheist, because that's a man-made concept of God. Despite agreeing that Hazleton's concept that faith grows from human doubts , I must say there is a long tough process between having doubts and coming to have a faith. Doubts themselves create merely a chaos, yet, I believe that doubts, insights, and epiphany all together create a strong faith. If doubts and fear are synonym of questions and the pursuit of truth, I absolutely agree with Ms Hazelton. If doubt yields only chaos and disorder, without a supply of refining inspiration, I cannot agree with her. I also believe that the religion and the propaganda must be thought separately, and I do think military religious fanatics are merely propagandized dickheads. I call them a different topic from this discussion.
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Yoon Park
Posted over 1 year ago
Lisa Bu: How books can open your mind
I've been wondering since I learned some Chinese phrases thanks to my Chinese friends. 快樂(Kuai le), "Happiness" in Chinese does literally mean fast joy in English. I knew it straight since learning this Chinese word, because there is this word too in Korean. In Korean however, "Happiness" 행복(幸福) literally means sufficiency of luck... I want to ask Chinese users here... Since when Chinese people describe happiness like fast joy? I'm quite curious.
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Yoon Park
Posted over 1 year ago
Erik Brynjolfsson: The key to growth? Race with the machines
I hope it is not only me who sees a foreshadow for the possible future of humans like the film "The Matrix". There must be a guideline for developing AI applied systems. I think no matter what it does, a computer or a machine must be developed to an extent that still allows humans to have power over them. Otherwise, we could eventually be eliminated by this man-made species called machines who evolved faster than anything on Earth.
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Yoon Park
Posted over 1 year ago
Jennifer Healey: If cars could talk, accidents might be avoidable
My belief is that the automobiles did not develop electronic/cyber system yet because it is subject to hacking and modification from external force, and unlike aircraft, it is inefficient to prepare traffic control towers (which may ensure the security of automobile electronic systems) for cars as the ground traffic is too complex compared to the air traffic. Think how your computer is subject to viruses without vaccines and imagine if the computer in your car got a virus... Wouldn't it be horrific?