Height of Machines
Automation is not a new thing in production. American manufacturers began to put people in production facilities with automatic palletizers, filling machines, and pack packs in the 1950s. Robots did not enter the image until the 1990’s. Most of the major production plants in the U.S. It has now become very active.
Can robots have emotions and take on all functions?
There is a new threat that shocks the hearts of working people. It is possible that the artificial intelligence will advance to the point that the machines will feel and replace people in all functional areas. This idea is popular in movies like The Terminator, where scientists make a chip that makes machines know and specialize. Tesla founder Elon Musk and physicist Stephen Hawking have both warned that the machines will eventually start to self-destruct, and cause the collapse of civilization.
This concept of artificial intelligence that progresses to the level of modest machines becomes a popular concept in the media. An article from the Brookings Institute states that “a quarter of U.S. jobs will be severely disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the use of existing equipment.”
A study by the Oxford Economics Group shows that “robots could take over 20 million jobs worldwide by 2030.” An article in Smithsonian magazine, When When Robots Take All of Our Jobs, stated that “absolutely 47% of all U.S. jobs will be automated in the next decade or two.”
Many computer scientists believe that artificial intelligence systems using in-depth learning can create networks of cohesive algorithms that communicate with each other, and eventually lead to knowledge. In his book The Singularity is Near, ”future scientist Ray Kurzweil predicts that computers will become as intelligent as humans in 2029.
If you look at all the articles of speculation about artificial intelligence over the past decade, you can conclude that we are in danger of building a robot that knows itself and can think like a human. Building an emotional computer can require mimicking the human brain skills and, unlike popular reports, no computer has made the simplest decision or demonstrated any clever suggestions so far.
How do computers and artificial intelligence compare to the human brain?
A digital computer program is a lifeless, dry system that works sequentially differently. It can work at very high speeds, and the design includes transistors (on / off switches), central processing unit (CPU) and some type of operating system (like windows) based on binary concept (commands set as 0s and 1’s). All data must pass through a CPU based on clock speed. Digital computers do not make any first impression. They must be organized by people.
The human brain is a living, liquid analogue of networks that can perform the same processes at the same time and function in harmony with the laws of nature. There are no systems, and the brain can change from one moment to the next, always creating new synapses.
The human brain encompasses areas that we call the mind and the brain, which are vital for access to consciousness or feeling.
The only model we know that has changed the self-awareness and self-awareness of the human mind. Over millions of years, the human brain has grown in size and complexity until it has developed thinking and self-esteem. The author assumes that in order to be truly successful in self-discovery, you will need to design a computer with many features and skills of the human brain.
Artificial intelligence theorists seem to rely on the fact that sometime in the next 20 years a microprocessor will be built that will reach a “unity” where it becomes self-aware. This text suggests that for the brain to evolve into a state of self-consciousness,
it needs to develop an unconscious mind, using emotions, modified sensory and cognitive memory, and integrating processing and memory.