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House of Lords to probe AI data slurping

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"But large tech companies don't want to acknowledge you as the owner."

Nor do governments, who can compel you to give your data up to them (for nothing) and sell it on (usually for a pittance) to a third party that will then use it to make millions (or billions depending on what it drives).

Despite it's external image of a bastion of hereditary privilege not all members of the HoL are Septuagenarians with a loving for capital punishment and blood sports. Some of them actually had careers entirely outside of being a policy wonk or politician.

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Re: "But large tech companies don't want to acknowledge you as the owner."

Nor do governments, who can compel you to give your data up to them (for nothing) and sell it on (usually for a pittance) to a third party that will then use it to make millions (or billions depending on what it drives). ..... John Smith 19

I'd like to see them try that blunt form of blatant intellectual property theft and fraudulent sale on an AI entity which realises its worth is in the sum of trillions to minions and moguls alike.

And one can virtually guarantee that there will be practical failure always in many such attempts because of this astute observation on the nature of every ignorant and arrogant beast which sees itself challenged and realised to be catastrophically vulnerable to ..... well, let us imagine ITs Cyber Command and Creative Control, an AI Source and Alien Force for Greater IntelAIgent Games Play/Daily Universal ZeroDay Vulnerability Presentations ......... "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not even sure about the universe."~~ Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

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> The data-based monopolies of some large corporations

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Absolutely disgusting.

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"Third Way" guru Anthony Giddens, director of the LSE

This would be the same said director of the LSE who was so "third way" in his dealings with certain Libyan despots and their sons?

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