a robot doesn't make mistakes unlike humans who are emotional. But humans who input wrong data will result to robot failures
Robots will always require human beings to maintain them.
Human beings don't require robots to maintain.
Robots lack a "spirit", "subconscious" and"sixth sense"
Robots lack the ability to conceive/reproduce.
Robots are limited by what instructions/commands are (fed) to them.
Human beings have the ability to be creative/think outside the box.
Robots are unable to make decisions based upon "gut instinct"
Robots are "tools" to be used but can never fully replace humans.
Never under-estimate the machines; there are already some machines that require no maintenance for 150 years. Thus some are already independent for a time period greater than the life of man. Some are working on a form of machine multiplication...
by SpanStar 8 years ago
It my sound science fiction now but look at all we take for grant today that's controlled by a computer chip, Cars, Airplanes, Ships, Missils, Credit Cards, Toys and the list goes on.Japan has at least 2 interesting robots. Asimo,- walking robot like a butler. Saya-that looks human actually...
by getitrite 2 years ago
If you programmed a robot to enforce all biblical laws, would you feel safe having it in your home?
by Ciel Clark 6 years ago
What's the difference between a robot and a machine?
by Veronica~ 4 years ago
Can angels fall in love with humans?Has it happened before? Or is it forbidden? Could it happen?
by buddhaanalysis 5 years ago
something special and more worthy. So called homo sapiens fight with each other for the issues of castes,mate and material things. We are just like other animals . I don't think that human have developed some understandings but just developing equipments which he calls technology.What are your...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
there will be no work and no money as a result of the increasing mechanization and computerization of society) will become reality? Why? Why not?
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