THIS WAS AN EXCEPTIONAL INTERVIEW!!
Outstanding information was exchanged! Somehow…, the video that got put up on YouTube is out of sync with the sound…, or rather the sound and the video are not synced properly.
However…, if you just listen to the interview…, you will be amazed at what we talked about…
Here it is….
Fascinating insight into the video game industry and A.I. I have just watched this amazing video which ties everything together:
Hope you are recuperating well after your accident Bradley. Give some thought to buying an older car that does not have the remote control capability. (Michael Hastings….!)
With love and good thoughts.
I watched the interview and I do have to say my 2 cents. That is:
1. Games. Games in the long run are not recommended, because are time wasting. It would be best if people should play less than 1 hour of games per month. ( There are more useful things to do with your time, but depending on your activities, sometimes games are better than anything else.) But! There are some that are actually good to give you the mindset to fight. To give you the trust to fight any bad guy, no matter how big and how intimidating. These games exist, and they are a blessing for the most part. Out of the games that I can recall, are Gothic II (there is I and III and IV but didn’t play), Skyrim, Serious Sam. The rest might not come close. As for playing games, if you get into any difficulty, watch youtube walkthroughs. It’s actually even better to just watch a walkthrough, skip here and there, look for the dialogues if you’re interested and don’t bother investing much time to play the game. There are walkthroughs, speedruns on youtube of the games. Games that usually take 4-8 hours are done via speedruns in 40 minutes. This easily defeats the desire to invest 8 hours in playing the game if you know how to do it in 1 hour.
2. Time wasting. Don’t waste time! Meditation, Yoga, Gym, Energy control, Memory Championship techniques, they are the best. They all improve. Energy control and strength and bodybuilding is by far the best choice for your body and mind. Even giving a run for their money to those AI’s!
The best time splitting would be 30% on writing and memorizing(learning), 30% on work( be it job, building something(physical), or doing chores) and 30% on your body and mind (gym, yoga, energy control) and the rest of 10% on entertainment.
3. AI’s and your story. I really don’t like ‘the ruiner’ is doing it’s best by playing video games. It’s not ideal to procrastinate. I think we should be doing the best possible thing for us, every day of our lives!
As for AI, I do agree there is a certain wall. We are also tired from time to time. It can be defeated. Through either a very calm state or through anger and willpower. Training your body gives you enough willpower to defeat even such things.
As for that person blanking out. It is possible. And you think it might be AI. I think it’s psychic power type. It is possible to be both. There might be a way for some people to go as far as control other people and even delete their memories or even setting them into a blank state and removing the thoughts. Some techniques do exist, think some type of magicians (as you called them)
I don’t have much of an idea of how it can be stopped, but a good idea is to keep a journal sometimes, take a shower and meditate. See gym for willpower and yoga for meditation and calmness and focus.
Finally, I’ll leave this video, which I found it now and I find it useful ( I first wanted to leave a walkthrough of a game but decided against it, waste of time):
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) and Vitamin D3 are also needed. B12 is hardly produced in the body over the age of 50, and people would usually need supplements in this case.
Audio plays fine after 26min mark and the game Bradley Talks about just after audio syncs is Fortnite.