The human VS robot debate

oes artificial intelligence approach to a state in which it poses a threat to humans? Is the android, which replicates the human brain, the robot model that integrates among us?

Does artificial intelligence approach to a state in which it poses a threat to humans? Is the android, which replicates the human brain, the robot model that integrates among us?

Do we really need to feed the technological fear of overtaking robots? I believe that the answer is, rightly, no.

In reality the technology of machines, artificial intelligence and automation has taken a different path from that pictured in many shi fi movies or described i perfect details in many novels of the last century.

At the last meeting of the World Economic Forum, a report set, by 2020, the replacement of 5 million human jobs, with equally robots, in 15 countries around the world.

The gap between the five driver automation countries and the other one hundred and ninety-one of the world should become the theme of political agendas, much more and before the fear of labor saving.

The five major areas of the world ahead in robotics will take advantage of the technological boost on growth factors, on the one hand, but will also be found later in social policies and in the formation of human capital necessary for automation.

In Asian countries, starting from China, double-digit growth has leveled, as it should be, wages and treatments with the rest of the world.

It is in China that today, paradoxically, the most incisive phenomena of labor saving and of the “Robot replace human” are recorded in the traditional sense.

Conversely, the decline in labor costs as a factor in Asian delocalisation suggests possible returns to manufacturing in the West.

The nightmare of the “Robot replace human” and of the destruction of the jobs omits all this: the human work in the factory is not destined at all to disappear.

If we look at the big picture, which is starting to become impressive, robotic machines in service activities are not the naive model of the handyman and independent robot, proposed by science fiction films.

Compared to the initial expectations of techno-utopism, the prediction of exceeding the threshold between the intelligent computer and the human brain moves further and further into time.

In 1997 the most impressive of the intelligent computing companies was also the most bitter of the denials of techno-utopism: a robot can surpass, undoubtedly, the human brain in computing power, but it fails to perform anything that may even resemble the thinking of a newborn in the state, just, precognitive.

The difference between mind and computer will remain, perhaps forever, confined to the distance that passes between the computing power of a computer and a robotic machine and the ability of learning of the human brain.

In no conceivable robot can emotion ever be wired: the specific prerequisite of knowledge and functioning of our brain.

28 thoughts on “The human VS robot debate

  1. Aedan Browne says:

    Within 30 years we will have the technologies needed to create superhuman intelligences, soon the human era will come to an end

  2. Aaminah Nava says:

    “Within 30 years we will have the technologies needed to create superhuman intelligence, soon the human era will come to an end” This is a statement that has been heard for a long time, ever since we started conceiving the first computers and it never proved true.

  3. Beulah Rodgers says:

    The thing that makes me think the most is that despite the fact that the process that will lead the computers, or rather the AI, artificial intelligences, to become self-conscious, has already begun and is already been said we are close to teach the point of no return, those who are shouting at the top of their voices to the masses to be careful and that we are all in danger are the very people who are investing countless resources and money to accelerate the process by which this artificial intelligence will become an integral if not an unique part of our society….see the various Elon Musk etc.

  4. Pharrell Chase says:

    This moment has been accurately calculated by several scientists, who have crossed many different data sources, all with a similar result. AI will overrule us by the year around 2045.

  5. Zoe Doyle says:

    I really don’t think we can do a calculation of that kind, let alone that in 25 years we will be so much ahead of technology that we can afford that to happen.

  6. Taylah Barber says:

    Really? Just think that twenty-five years ago if I showed you an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxi Foldable you would have thought that surely I was an alien from another planet.

  7. Bodhi Ellis says:

    This conversation is so vast and varied that we could continue to debate for 25 years without dealing with anything real.

  8. Viola Rosales says:

    Do not think that 25 years are just a few. There are already prototypes of cars that drive themselves, refrigerators that can order products in exhaustion – such as milk or beer, and have them delivered at home -, there are packages of medicines that remind us of being taken at certain times, alarm clocks that adjust themselves by calculating the route we need to take and the traffic status in real time. If we calculate that only ten years ago there were not even smartphones what could happen, rather what will happen in the coming decades?

  9. Kayan Massey says:

    Will machines save us from death, or will they be the cause? There is also the fear that the machines we have built to help us will one day make us slaves. But hasn’t it already happened without us realizing it? It was not a violent revolution, like the Terminator cyborg revolt (told by James Cameron in 1984) and before that by Isaac Asimov in I robot, but even now when the phone sends us a notification, we stop our life to obey him. The era of technological singularity has already begun, and we haven’t even noticed it.

  10. Macauly O'Quinn says:

    I have read some of the most beautiful words on this topic …. unfortunately I don’t remember who he was anyway he said: “We are on the brink of a change comparable to the birth of human life on Earth”

  11. Edwin Hanna says:

    However, consider that the same people who believe in theories of this kind will also believe that only 1% of the world population will be saved from this intelligent monster that we are creating and that it will be this 1% of those elected to control this great intelligence.

  12. Greg Villanueva says:

    Surely we are talking about the same people who also believe that the moon landing was all a joke.

  13. Kameron Vaughn says:

    It is amazing how every time you make a speech that involves a bit of brain, you always have to end up doing a fight about bullshit like the truth of the moon landing.

  14. Jayden Mcnamara says:

    In my opinion the people who believe in these events do well to believe in it and should continue. There are people who believe in God and have never seen it, others who believe in ghosts and have never seen them either, then let this little group of friends believe in a gang of bad robots that will come to take everyone to work one day and he will shoot them against a wall.

  15. Avi Marsh says:

    Something like reaching immortality or all the wonders that our brain can conceive – in the most optimistic scenario. Or cause the extinction of the entire human race, in the worst one. And this thanks to the creation of an entity whose power is comparable, at least for our current understanding, to that of a God.

  16. Justin Farrington says:

    I have a theory about it. So if we think of this entity as if it were a god, maybe many millennium ago we already had a very advanced technology and we reached a point where we have already been destroyed.

  17. Hajra Esquivel says:

    Now it is all clear, I know how we managed to build the pyramids and the sphinx. We therefore had a very advanced technology other than the rubbish that have always taught us in school books in which it is said that the man of 2000 or 4000 years ago was able to build marvels of architecture like those.

  18. Rahima Lugo says:

    How nice, in one shot we went from artificial intelligence, landing on the moon, now the pyramids, what else is missing? Captain Nemo?

  19. Reilly Price says:

    So surely it is also possible that artificial intelligence will be embedded in our bodies to such an extent that it makes me think that maybe it will also “install” itself in animals and therefore we will have to fight them too if we want to overpower them. A little bit of the Apes planet movie.

  20. Kelsi Cassidy says:

    This last one is a consideration to be taken seriously. We are all thinking what will happen to mankind but no one thinks what could happen if this artificial and revolutionary intelligence decides to make itself allies with the all animal genus. Surely in that case we have no chance.

  21. Rhona Hayden says:

    If we think that even today we can die from the bite of a mosquito then we understand that surely we have no chance against a “being” of that scale.

  22. Hope Mendez says:

    I really don’t think running away on Mars is the solution. I see it more like falling from the pan to the grill.

  23. Harun Britt says:

    Even in that case, “colonizing mars”, all that is read today is so mundane and super simplistic that it almost makes you think that it is possible while in reality, we are not even able to get out of the vanhallen belts.

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