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Originally Posted by BizzareRide;12631077 
No thanks. Humans need to develop social skills from other humans, it has been that way for thousands of years.

Except we are on the interwebs now tongue.gif
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post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by Thingamajig View Post
I think the degeneration here isn't about the robots teaching, it's the fact that you claim that "parents can be out working" and the child can be raised by a robot.

The television comment says it all really. "Oh lets have a baby!" "Ok, we don't need to care for it anyways, just carry on working as usual, money solves everything."
How is that degeneration if we can make robots that do our jobs better?

The television comment was meant to be a joke. Sadly, text is ambiguous - I should have added a smiley.
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post #23 of 28
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Except we are on the interwebs now
Indeed! Though, I don't mind being reinforced by a robot, but I feel that children need to get their principles from humans.

What if the robot malfunctions and trains your kid as an assassin who will later kill you? Coy ass robot!
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post #24 of 28
I don't want robots, robots would be the end of humanity.
post #25 of 28
Um no.
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post #26 of 28
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Really? People are more lazy now than they were a few years ago. People sit on their ass more due to technology. Instead of Jimmy going out and playing ball with his friends, he's playing Xbox or playing a FPS on the computer all day.

I don't think that the world will become some Terminator movie. But I sure as hell see things leading down a road of people becoming more and more dependent on technology.
you know people are more productive than ever due to portable computers and cell phones ... we are ALWAYS connected to our work . We never stop working on things .
    
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post #27 of 28
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you know people are more productive than ever due to portable computers and cell phones ... we are ALWAYS connected to our work . We never stop working on things .
And that's not necessarily a good thing...
post #28 of 28
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Really? People are more lazy now than they were a few years ago. People sit on their ass more due to technology. Instead of Jimmy going out and playing ball with his friends, he's playing Xbox or playing a FPS on the computer all day.
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Or even worse... He's playing an FPS... ON A CONSOLE!!!! /allcaps
    
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