Sometimes the most profound truths (or at the very least - facts) emerge not from what does exist, but from what does not.
Creating an "unhackable" system is a lofty aspiration; systemic closure is an implicit logical problem.
What does an attempt to generate an artificially intelligent Theory of Mind (of the existence of intentions, experiences and inference of probable future actions) in other entities reveal about our own existential circumstances and the fundamental uncertainties of our own experience ?
From postcard Kardashian to podcast Kardashev: a veritable smorgasbord of digital choice unfurls itself before us. From the ridiculous to the sublime (and back again), so much noise, so much emptiness, so much colour and so many hues of bland grey. Feeling somewhat adrift upon this ocean of information, we are lost for effective words…