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Richard Stallman resigns from MIT after comment about an Epstein victim

Richard Stallman resigns from MIT after comment about an Epstein victim

Computer scientist Richard Stallman has resigned from his position at MIT. This comes days after Stallman made comments in an email with others at the lab about the victims of Epstein. In one of the email threads, Stallman expressed his opinion that one of Epstein’s victims, ’directed to have sex’ with late AI researcher Marvin Minsky, likely ’presented herself to (Minsky) as entirely willing’.

Kathy
Kathy
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What's up with this shoddy reporting and "journalism"? "Epstein’s underage victims" in referral to Stallman's specific paragraph in the documentation which actually revolves around a single specific person with specific circumstances being discussed and not a vague plural of any kind? This is a grammar misrepresentation in order to frame an inflated narrative. In this article showed here, the title says defending Jeffrey Epstein, while looking through the documentation we see it's defending Marvin Minsky and not Epstein which is also the content in the text presented here, which points to yet another narrative framing. Crap like this is why the Demos doesn't trust the media anymore and don't have any sympathy towards the mass layoffs among them anymore. Also since this case revolves around a head researcher of AI, it's worth to know that journalists have vested interest to wage a crusade and act contrary to principles and ethics since... [ https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S074756321730095X ] [ https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Intrusion-of-software-robots-into-journalism%3A-The-Jung-Song/4e72e48b542be0b6873aefcbe0525c59293b163d ] [ https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1464884918757072 ] ... it turns out that AI is views as more credible by the public than human journalists these years.

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