From: Durant Schoon (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Mar 03 2001 - 19:20:28 MST
> Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2001 22:46:43 -0500
> From: Gordon Worley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Military in or out?
> Well, duh! I think that the military is more interested in clones.
> This is bad, but think about /Star Wars/ and the Storm Troopers.
> While the movies leave it up in the air as to where they come from, I
> have always suspected that they are spawned humans. Now, why not
> just use robots with AIs controlling them? Well, AIs get smarter,
> but humans only get so smart. Now, I'm sure George Lucas wasn't
> thinking of this when he made the films, but it does make sense.
What is this, bait? :^)
I can, in no way, make any sort of statement regarding this topic
that doesn't solely refer to what is in the public record. So I'll
just mention that if you re-watch Star Wars (Episode IV, 1977),
listen for the part about the "Clone Wars" in Obiwan's dialogue with
Luke on Tatooine.
Speaking personally, and only of movies which have been released, I
haven't seen much that interests me on the topic AI in the Star Wars
universe. But that's all I'll really say, which is next to nothing
anyway. Am I really still at work? zzzzzzzt!
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