A ‘mother’ robot that can design, build and test its own ‘children’, and then use the results to improve the performance of the next
generation, without relying on computer simulation or human intervention.
They want robots that are capable of innovation and creativity.
Well the religion part would be pretty easy as they know, who their creator is. The question is if they will honor their creators, or not so much ?
It would be amusing if AI created a type of anti-religion
a reply to: AshFan
Bio cyber engineered plants are next, I know that augmented reality is on its way but before we have plugged in flesh its going to start with trees
being born with both biological and cyber/tech capable attributes. That's next before we make the trade in your body scenario
In Mass Effect, the Quarians made the Geth (sentient AI machines) who revolted and later founded religious beliefs. Instead of worshiping their old
creators (who enslaved them), some began to worship another, more ancient synthetic/organic alien life form.
The story line behind the Geth is actually pretty great.
This is only the beginning, it looks harmless at the moment, just look at how far technology has come in our life time, computing power doubling
roughly every 2 years, nothing has evolved that fast in the history of our planet.
How far will these robots go in the next 10 years.
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