posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 02:14 PM
1. Who will think, innovote, build and maintain those robots, even if it can self replicate?
As long as robot are not full fledged rational humans, we humans will never be replaced. When that day comes, what humans can create, so can another
come along to destroy it when humanity is threatened.
2. When the Gutenburg press machine was introduced to the world during the middle ages, did it replace scribes for writing? None, as it freed up
scribes to be become authors of other works such as authors of new thinking, spreading intelligence to humanity, and further the progress and
evolution of mankind socially, scientifically and politcally.
So too when robots become intelligent, but by then, we humanity will be miles and miles ahead deep within the Universe perform unimaginable roles as
our ancestors could never imagine the world we created today.
3. There are still jobs that human labour will be a far more cheaper resource to perform than robots, as advance robots, made up of trillions of parts
will not be cheap with the annual rise of inflation over commodities. At the very basic level of human function, can a robot give love and warmth to
another biological being the way a mother can to another child, and a father who sweats to bring home the bacon because of his love and responsiblity
to his own child?
The answer is no, unless mankind is prepared to go the whole hog and be extinct, by delegating such powers to machines and grow mechanised thinking
utilitarian humans devoid of warmth and love, and be extinct over time.