More likely than sentient Skynet-style robot overlords are collections of robot applications that will help us increase productivity and improve our quality of life through human-robot collaboration. This article is written to inform readers about the questions they should be asking about robots, the ones that more accurately reflect the future of robotics and artificial intelligence technology and their possible impacts on society. The problem is that it is purely a creation of science fiction. Such discussions tend to lead to philosophical arguments about the nature of free will and choice, determinism and fate, or the meaning of life. These conversations are fun, but not very useful.
Before you start this read here is some data I referenced:. In something new was created. Something that had the ability to change our vision on life and speed up our life. That thing is Artificial Intelligence. A man named Dean Edmonds was the first person who built a neural net machine. A neural net machine is a part of computer science that has to do with building algorithms and teaching a machine to learn itself.
Automation, Not Domination: How Robots Will Take Over Our World
Humans have already started losing their jobs to machines , and Musk believes that people in driving jobs are most at risk right now, due to the development of autonomous vehicles. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
The humankind lives in interesting times. The whole world might be searched and found on Google, blockchain technology helps building self-regulated societies and, hopefully, government-independent currencies, and robots are taking over routine tasks. When people think about robots, the first things that, probably, come to their minds are Star Wars or Bladerunner , where AI has a full metal physical body or at least a chrome-plated metal skeleton. Siri, Alexa, BigDog, or even self-driving cars can be considered robots, too. In this case, the humankind should figure out how to define robots rights before they ask for ones themselves.