There are now supercomputers that carry 100 trillion operations per second. This level is thought to be close to our brains processing power, which is
somewhat frigthening. It seems that computers are competing with us all the time today. With technology increasing rapidly how long will it be before
these computers actually react to us, by themselves. When I sit down in front of my holographic computer, will it recognize me? Could I hook up some
sensors and the computer will tell what I want to do?
What do people think computers intelligence level will be in the near future?
Think internal. Merging of man and machine. Imagine having a small super computer with nacient intelligence tapped into your cerebral cortex feeding
you information at the speed of thought and images played directly in your visual cortex.
Sounds like this planet will turn into a very strange place. I cant even what people will eventually look like, will we keep being perfected until
everyone looks the same and has the same type of computers in them?
But I do think that if not already, that in thenext 20 years true human level A.I. is going to develop.
And we probably will end up with miniaturised super computers/neural implants connected to us, of course the ones in our head would obviously be
retarded somewhat, so as it does'nt decide it wants to take the body for a joy ride.
Humanity is about to Speciate into Dozens of new species. Modern Humans will probably still be around but they will be looked at like we look at the
Amish right now primitive and backward(though still possibly dangerous as I see quite a few bigots in this day and age that would see this as their
worst nightmare come true since Diversity is of the Devil to some of them )
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