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Damn! I hope those sexy androids would still let me touch them.. tongue.gif
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If we build the robots in a similar matter to the way we work(dopamine for things that are beneficial to us) they'll be fine. ( cause we'll be the ones programming to give the dopamine version for robots whenever they do something for us) thumb.gif



Yeah, because drugs in humans doesn't result in any problems, wars, murders, or any other such "issues" IRL, right? thumb.gif
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Yay for Robots ^_^ hopefully all the robots are good but if they have there own mind im guessing there will be Good Robots and Bad just like humans.

False, the reason humans are "bad" is due to our emotions. A robot would not have emotions, therefore it would not be bad.

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False, the reason humans are "bad" is due to our emotions. A robot would not have emotions, therefore it would not be bad.

but we lay the foundations. thats the point. so even IF a robot became aware, emotional and decided not to harm humans they would be destroyed and recoded and made into harsh killing machines.

Look at humans now, look at the murder & war, etc.. are you telling me future leaders who have total control are going to use their human emotions for kindness?

i think in the future we could have Hacked robots working on our side against the control state sniper.gif
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Yeah, because drugs in humans doesn't result in any problems, wars, murders, or any other such "issues" IRL, right? thumb.gif
rolleyes.gif But dopamine release does encourage us to do certain activities...Like eat, sleep, have sex. Ever wonder why you enjoy all those so much? DAT DOPAMINE!!!
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Yeah, because drugs in humans doesn't result in any problems, wars, murders, or any other such "issues" IRL, right? thumb.gif
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter, not a drug. Drugs do not cause wars and related murders, the criminalization of drugs and resultant black market do. Yes drugs can cause problems, however most drugs can also be used responsibly to minimize or eliminate those problems.
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False, the reason humans are "bad" is due to our emotions. A robot would not have emotions, therefore it would not be bad.

but we lay the foundations. thats the point. so even IF a robot became aware, emotional and decided not to harm humans they would be destroyed and recoded and made into harsh killing machines.

Look at humans now, look at the murder & war, etc.. are you telling me future leaders who have total control are going to use their human emotions for kindness?

i think in the future we could have Hacked robots working on our side against the control state sniper.gif

That's not the point I was getting across, I'm talking about the fact that robots won't turn evil on its own by developing emotions out of nowhere.

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That's not the point I was getting across, I'm talking about the fact that robots won't turn evil on its own by developing emotions out of nowhere.

Actually a true sentient AI would most likely have emotions if it were molded after the human brain, even without our hormonal structure. Many emotions are really just pre-programmed responses used by humans when subjected to external stimuli. Emotions can be instinctual or learned. Instinctual emotions will probably not be present as those require certain hormones to be in place and would be based more off of what the designer programmed the AI to do, but learned emotive responses would definitively be present after an AI had time to grow as it would weigh it's experiences and responses against it needs for self preservation, and possibly what ever other "instincts" the intelligence was programmed to have.
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But can they run Crysis?
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That's not the point I was getting across, I'm talking about the fact that robots won't turn evil on its own by developing emotions out of nowhere.

Actually a true sentient AI would most likely have emotions if it were molded after the human brain, even without our hormonal structure. Many emotions are really just pre-programmed responses used by humans when subjected to external stimuli. Emotions can be instinctual or learned. Instinctual emotions will probably not be present as those require certain hormones to be in place and would be based more off of what the designer programmed the AI to do, but learned emotive responses would definitively be present after an AI had time to grow as it would weigh it's experiences and responses against it needs for self preservation, and possibly what ever other "instincts" the intelligence was programmed to have.

I highly doubt they're going to mold the AI after a human brain, or they would at least keep any emotional state it could develop cut out.

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