brimstoneSalad wrote:Not sure what you're on about.
You know, like when you asserted that all the experts in the relevant fields agree that cats love their owners? That is obviously not true, see here
So, how can I trust you most of the people who have studied informatics agree it's possible for fish to feel pain, and other similar things you asserted?
brimstoneSalad wrote:Which do you think most synthetic intelligence is closer to?
That said, there are also documented instances of, for example, a certain UNICODE string crashing
iOS, and also a few documented instances of a corrupt PNG file crashing
a browser. Buffer overflow, if used maliciously, can sometimes be used to take a control over a computer (not just crashing an app) from a non-executable file, if a program that's used to open it isn't made secure. Such instances are rare, but they do happen (see, for instance, SQL Slammer