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What will happen when technology surpasses the capabilities of the human mind?

  1. CWanamaker profile image99
    CWanamakerposted 6 years ago

    What will happen when technology surpasses the capabilities of the human mind?

  2. Goonoo Munawwar profile image60
    Goonoo Munawwarposted 6 years ago

    I think it will never happen because it is human who created technology but yes, we can be amazed!

    Technology needs human mind to be able to surpass anything.

    I hope you liked the answer!

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    Longhunterposted 6 years ago

    Oh, that's simple. I'll just get my kids and grand kids to do it for me.

  4. lburmaster profile image83
    lburmasterposted 6 years ago

    That will take a few years. At least 10. The scientists have created robots to solve simple problems, some even more complex than the human mind can contemplate. But if one object in the situation that is different from what they are programed to do, and the robots cannot think it through. For example, there are four balls, each different colors, placed in certain dimentions. These dimentions were programed into the robot so he would know which one to pick up. If the ball, say the green one, that the robot is told to pick up, is moved even a couple inches in a different direction, the robot cannot change his programing. He sits, processes for a moment, then says "I am sorry. I do not understand". And awaits further instruction.
    Once the scientists figure out how to make robots learn, then we will have some progress. Even babies are better than the robots at this point. Ask this question again in a few more years.