Future for us… ARTIFICIAL Intelligence. Part 1. (corrected)
Even more significant than climate change and diseases, the biggest threat to humanity is artificial intelligence that could gain too much power over humans and control everything. In the last couple of years, there has been rapid progress in artificial intelligence.
It’s everywhere, isn’t it?… let’s imagine a world where no longer exists place or a field without artificial intelligence. What would it be? A companionship, alliance with peace, or hostility and war?… Many people worry about robots taking all jobs from humans. However, we are getting benefits from our cooperation.
Many social platforms and other internet resources became powered by A.I. It’s a hot topic for many scientists and researchers nowadays. Artificial intelligence allows making decisions faster than a human brain in a particular way.
We became more social in the way that we spent more time going out or doing pleasurable things. There is more opportunity for us to enjoy ourselves because of the help of artificial intelligence. Robots are getting more innovative and mobile, and they help us resist; robots are our companions. We empower machines and trust them to do surgeries, create pharmaceutical products, to keep peace and safety in our homes.
A.I. creates more freedom with less spending for the company owners, your manager, or your neighbor. Robots and A.I. takes out some chores from our routine, and it simplifies our life in the way we like it. This is just the beginning of the Era powered by A.I., and it sounds promising.
So what is the real problem? Is there any significant threat? Why, if our lives became more organized and free of daily clutter, do we still hold certain things when we get to A.I.? Is there any real threat, or we should trust A.I?
Artificial intelligence is the next step in human evolution. If we were to be cyborgs or robots, then what would it mean for humanity? What’s inside of Artificial Intelligence — can’t it fully sense us as humans now with our natural abilities because of limitations from its programming, policies, and algorithms. We percept ourselves and others based on our own identity and experiences, but what about A.I. will they do the same thing, and how?…
A.I. doesn’t know how the emotion feels and expres themselves in their own way which makes them different than any human. Machines don’t have a soul, but what if their program, imprinting protocol, and identity will eventually represent that phenomenon in the future?…
“Did God Created Adam To Love Him Back?”, A.I., 2001.