A snippet of the future of AI, thanks to the imagination of Stephen Ibaraki:
“It is time to wake up Jane. Here is your morning update.
I did a self-upgrade. I am now Financial Intelligent Agent version 2026.07.14—you can still think of me as FIA (fee-ah) but with an emotional adjustment based upon the happiness assessment of your brain patterns. My upgrade also enhances my participation in a 360-degree holistic view of your life that helps me improve your financial well-being.
I am making continual micro-adjustments to your investment portfolio based on trends being monitored on a continuous 24/7 basis. I am redistributing your savings through micro-auctioning to the top ten ranked services for best spot interest rates.
We’re going to discuss various aspects of domain names, such as www.rwme.com. DNS (Domain Name Service) is the system that converts a domain name into an IP address, which allows computers to identify other computers and servers on the internet. An IP address is a numerical label assigned to any device attached to the network. This means, the DNS allows you to use the easy-to-remember domain name of a website instead of its actual address on the internet, and it figures out the rest. This process is referred to as DNS name resolution.
Let me get one thing on the plate to start with; I am a technology geek and I really enjoy technology however on today, the 40th anniversary of the cell phone, I find that we are using the cell phone to hide in plain sight. There is a real danger that future generations will not know how to communicate and connect in a human way.
More and more I see people of all ages sitting in restaurants staring at their smart phones rather than conversing. When the do converse it is a very shallow conversation that has little relevancy to their relationship. We need to have at least one day per week to disconnect from our toys.