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There is a pervasive idea among young people in regards to engineering an Artificially Intelligent agent. A cluster of them have begun to congregate in places such as reddit forums and freenode chat rooms.  In this particular situation, we are not deriding the youngsters for having ignorance of a complicated subject matter like AI -- rather, in this case they are just no longer thinking clearly, and the arguments they are making are not thought through. In short, they are being stupid.  Ignorance is excusable. Ignorance should not be derided. But stupidity is a different issue.
journalup hey have become bewitched by recent breakthroughs in Machine Vision; in particular recent work being done by Deep Learning Networks and Stacked Autoencoders applied to problems in machine vision.  The way the media reports these things is not helping either. The pop science media circuit is already known to inflate stories whenever something unusual happens in a laboratory. Their excitement, inspired by these breakthroughs has seduced them, rather like a herd of lemmings, onto a Neural Network fandom bandwagon. 
Attempts to quell their hysteria are met with arguments that just don't work when thought about for more than a few minutes. Peppered

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