Are Robots' Skills Developing Too Fast? Future's Coming Faster Than We Thinking

For years, experts have warned against the unanticipated effects of general artificial intelligence (AI) on society. Ray Kurzweil predicts that by 2029 intelligent machines will be able to outsmart human beings. Stephen Hawking argues that “once humans develop full AI, it will take off on its own and redesign itself at an ever-increasing rate”. Elon Musk warns that AI may constitute a “fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization”. Alarmist views on the terrifying potential of general AI abound in the media.

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Robots are running without human help, Boston Dynamics robot can open doors, already they are working on many human jobs....Intrigued, amazed and worried at the same time.

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I have a suggestion.Robots should be deployed to colonies Mars, Moon, and to explore in space research.:)

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Are humans adapting fast enough? Imaging robots restructuring the human matrix....Worried and terrified

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It is not "too fast", it's just Exponential growth. Very impressed with how far AI has come. My only concern is the militarization of this tech.

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Very, very worried! Why should this metals do a doctor's job, or why they would work with children in kindergarten, school... ? This is scary

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