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I can´t see that robot in the UK telling the Japanese one how to make tea lol , He´ll be asking how many lifeforms there are in the house.
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You can program a robot to act based on it's surroundings, but never to "think".
All of our thinking is responses to stimuli. And our thinking is just computing, just organically. Theoretically, It would be possible to build a computer that completely replicated human thought processes, though why anyone would want to do that is beyond me.
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All of our thinking is responses to stimuli. And our thinking is just computing, just organically. Theoretically, It would be possible to build a computer that completely replicated human thought processes, though why anyone would want to do that is beyond me.
You don't have to pay robots to do work. Company's profits would skyrocket.

However, one could also argue that the lack of jobs could make profits go down in the long run, due to unemployment.
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All of our thinking is responses to stimuli. And our thinking is just computing, just organically. Theoretically, It would be possible to build a computer that completely replicated human thought processes, though why anyone would want to do that is beyond me.
You could never create a computer than can calculate in the same way the brain can. Computers are stupid machines. They excel in linear calculations but can't process "thinking" in the same way the brain can. It's just not possible.

Sure you can program them to "learn" and "think", but it will never be close to what our "thinking" and "learning" is.
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You don't have to pay robots to do work. Company's profits would skyrocket.

However, one could also argue that the lack of jobs could make profits go down in the long run, due to unemployment.
Watch, in about 20-30 years there will be robot's right marches and demands for equal pay. This is exactly why I am studying computer science and artificial intelligence.

Edit: for the guy above me, I dont know what you think is so special about human thought. All it is is the complex interaction of chemicles and electricity in the brain.
Edited by datamonarch - 8/2/11 at 8:21am
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This just scares me, I love technology and all but this progression just makes me feel uncomfortable about what life will be like years from now. I know you guys will say I'm over-reacting but I just can't help it, it's an uncomfortable thought for me....
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Watch, in about 20-30 years there will be robot's right marches and demands for equal pay. This is exactly why I am studying computer science and artificial intelligence.
They can march all they want.

Till I hit the self destruct switch.
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Watch, in about 20-30 years there will be robot's right marches and demands for equal pay. This is exactly why I am studying computer science and artificial intelligence.
It would not surprise me, if AI got to the point where it can learn advanced things quickly, robots would quickly take over the human race. Basically when robots have the knowledge to build other robots, that have a much higher IQ and knowledge than humans, we are screwed.

I think this stuff should be taken with extreme caution, however if mankind ever advances that far, I would not be surprised if some type of Skynet DID happen.

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Originally Posted by Crecente View Post
You could never create a computer than can calculate in the same way the brain can. Computers are stupid machines. They excel in linear calculations but can't process "thinking" in the same way the brain can. It's just not possible.

Sure you can program them to "learn" and "think", but it will never be close to what our "thinking" and "learning" is.
You really need to think outside of the box. What our technology is at now will be far inferior and different than what it will be 100 years from now. As I said up above, 200-300 years ago they would of never dreamed of the stuff we have now as possible. Just because it is not possible right now, does not mean technology advancements won't make it possible in the future.

No offense, but right now your thinking on this subject is very linear. Look at the whole grand scheme of things. You can't sit there and tell us you know what the future will bring, or what advancements the human race will make. It's just not possible.
Edited by Murlocke - 8/2/11 at 8:27am
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It would not surprise me, if AI got to the point where it can learn advanced things quickly, robots would quickly take over the human race. Basically when robots have the knowledge to build other robots, that have a much higher IQ and knowledge than humans, we are screwed.

I think this stuff should be taken with extreme caution, however if mankind ever advances that far, I would not be surprised if some type of Skynet DID happen.
When we get to that point, we'd have some system of controlling them. It'd be ridiculous if we just let them run rampant and "learn" whatever they want.

They aren't going to be able to do diddly.
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http://www.cracked.com/article_19279...pon-us_p2.html

Enjoy
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