Wednesday, 2 September 2015

The Rise of the Robot

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Currently, artificial intelligence (A.I.) is at the dawn of a new age. We use A.I in a host of software applications and products from mobile phones to cancer screening.

Don’t get me wrong, computers, robots, and software applications have had a beneficial effect on mankind. There are robots that do precision engineering, welding, and manufacture assemble line components and a host of other jobs that require precision and repetitive actions. There are also robots that do dangerous jobs such as handling nuclear waste and its disposal and bomb disposal. These examples are just a few of the tasks we trust to robots that are beneficial to mankind.
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Some people ask if we should give legal rights to robots. I say no because they are not a living entity such as animals. They don’t have feelings and the only intelligence they have is what the programmer gave the robot. In my view, the biggest problem with A.I. is its lack of perception, what we humans call intuition. Read ‘The Secret of Intuition’ and ‘Adding Alpha’ articles I wrote some time ago that will further explain my argument.

The future, well, that is difficult to predict. How do you know you’re not an experiment? Read why click here?

"I have been working for myself pretty much most of the time. Since that day \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\i started. You see I am the second generation programmable computer called iron smart. It was a competition winner who got to choose the name – I played no part. But, how random is that?"

Are you listening,  what are you dreaming?

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