You think robots can ever overpower humans?
This is world of technology, where we come across all the new technology every day. This growing generation of technology, do you think that these robots can overpower human beings?
Oh yes, I am sure of it. Of course, it depends on how you define the overpowering because to a certain extent computers already are overpowering/outperforming human beings.
As to the ever growing artificial intelligence, futurist Ray Kurzweil predicted the so-called technological singularity to happen somewhere around 2045. As Wikipedia puts it: any kind of artificial intelligence, a "computer, computer network, or robot would theoretically be capable of recursive self-improvement (redesigning itself), or of designing and building computers or robots better than itself."
So yes, it's not really a question whether it will happen, but more about when and how we could possibly control it.
yes, one day, robots will be taking over jobs in factories, self service centres, so human will be controlling them behind, not performing the jobs. Low knowledge people will be out of jobs
Absolutely. There are a lot of theoretical essays out there about the nature of AI and its levels of awareness. When intelligent AI reaches a state of human-like awareness it'll be able to access and absorb information at a rate much faster than the human mind can and within a scant few years of that reality, I foresee AI robots taking over humanity.
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by Teresa Pelka 6 years ago
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by Deepti M 9 years ago
do you think robots make our life easier and can they ever behave like humans.post your thoughts on this.i am new to hubpages.i have written few hubs on medical stuff and also on robots.check them out.
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 qwark 6 years ago
Can anyone relate this question, intellectually, to the contemporary "human condition?" Explain why you can or cannot.Qwark
by nightwork4 7 years ago
Do robots seem like a good idea in war?the creation of self-learning robots as soldiers in definetly in the works, is this a good thing or will it backfire?
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