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Its connected to the Internet? We are dooooomed!
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I, for one, welcome our new robot masters, and would like to remind them that I can be useful in rounding up others for use in their underground Silicon mines.
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No, we won't have a way to control them. And that is the scary point. In every single one of the sci-fi robots take over the world scenarios, we had, or thought we had a way to control them. But the machines rose up regardless and nearly wiped us out.
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But IRL isn't a movie!

Besides, while the robots may (and that's giving them a lot of leeway) dominate a virtual realm, they will never dominate meat space. The physical realm is ours and always will be.

And like I said before, a self destruct function is all you really need.
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I've said it before, and I'll say it again. As long as AI doesn't become more advanced than the NS4's in "I, Robot", then we'll be fine.
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I for one am ready to welcome our robot overlords in their overnight global takeover. Once Google becomes a sentient entity, things should move along fairly quickly
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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.

And the earth is flat, we are at the center of the universe, and other races are inferior.
Every thing else is "just not possible"


I wonder if robots will show us gratitude for creating them?
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Currently it works by analyzing it's surroundings and a program tells it what to do based on the information it gathers. It then stores that information and what it has done previously, and it's instructed how to use that information in future situations. It's nothing crazy... right now.

We don't see a robot having true artificial intelligence; being able to do things it was never programmed to do it the first place. In the future? Who know's, things we once thought were impossible are now a reality.
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Honestly I'm not worried about computers learning to think like us. That's all dandy, cause they still lack basic emotions. Now an emotional robot that can think.... That's scary.
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Honestly I'm not worried about computers learning to think like us. That's all dandy, cause they still lack basic emotions. Now an emotional robot that can think.... That's scary.
Not unless it's built with a certain emotion or can be changed wirelessly. Ie. make a robot that can think with only anger, greed and that only thinks of destruction, money, ect. Now that's scary.
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I, for one, welcome our new robot masters, and would like to remind them that I can be useful in rounding up others for use in their underground Silicon mines.
Lmao, im with you man...
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