For centuries, man has built machines to help not only improve him but to improve society. We have explored and dug up the past of many civilizations and are often surprised at the complexity of their cultures. The improvement of farm tools, from the plow to tractor, buildings, from one story cabins to towering skyscrapers, weapons, from bows and arrows to long range missiles, health, education, laws, and inventions.
Today, it seems as though we build machines to make man's life more convenient so that the opportunity to interact with one another is constant. With convenience comes a price that man is discovering he is expendable. Man sees that machines will do the same work in less time. Manufacturing, robocalling, communication, driving cars, flying planes, winning at chess, supplying man with information.
Man unknowingly has become lethargic he has built machines to entertain him.
STEPHEN HAWKING: AI WILL BE 'EITHER BEST OR WORST THING' FOR HUMANITY
My question is: What if AI likes man's way of life, but just doesn't like man?
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