flyhax wrote:I know they say that the eyes are the gates to the soul or what not and I have indeed found this weird thing. Just stand in front of a mirror and look into your eyes for a few minutes. It's unbearable! Maybe because I am a horrible person or something but I don't really think anybody can endure starring into their own eyes for so long.
flyhax wrote:I know this might not seem to fit into the ethics forums, but I believe it does, because people keep talking more and more about AI and artificial self awareness. They are dehumanizing people and humanizing robots. This is EXTREMELY dangerous.
Bren2010 wrote:flyhax wrote:I know this might not seem to fit into the ethics forums, but I believe it does, because people keep talking more and more about AI and artificial self awareness. They are dehumanizing people and humanizing robots. This is EXTREMELY dangerous.
No it is not. It's fabulous!
Dahaar wrote:Of course, I don't think that way and I think flyhax doesn't think so as well, but there will always be people like that when we bring humans and machines to the "same level".
flyhax wrote:I have never understood people who think that robots are/will be supperior to humans though. Billions and billions of neurons functioning all the time. Even subconsciously. Billions of nerves. Sure, you could throw a robot into space, but is society so primitive that it decides superiority by the physical durability of it's inhabitants?
flyhax wrote:I think, there is something otherworldly about being human. The difference between being alive and being sentient is the same as being alive and being in a coma. For a moment imagine, that the human brain connects to some far off entity that we call the soul. This means that there is a property to humans that is REALLY classified as being sentient and alive.
VadimCool wrote:1.) The humans are not equal to machines for one simple reason which is machines are programmed by humans while humans are programmed by nature?
2.) Yet, humans can't even duplicate another human being yet?
3.) That says alot about our intellect in comparison to Nature, doesn't it?
4.) Indeed there must be something more to life ... That's why belief in a supernatural beings and God always existed.
5.) Not to mention it seems like not one of you considers the possibility of a ... spirit world ...???
VadimCool wrote:1.) But even if, our spirit and soul are not part of this world ... we can only go to a spirit world.
2.) Well then I will say how can something come from Nothing?
3.) Why shouldn't there be a God which made arranged for things to function the way they do?
VadimCool wrote:Not to mention, by stripping away of what human beings are made off, we are stripping of LIFE it-self and by that nearing our own self-destruction and death from the inside. ...Since we are all matter in space, why are we not equal to a rock?
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