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I am not one to support a nanny state nor restrain scientific progress usually but this Artificial Intelligence explosion will affect all our lives in the near future, in devastating as well as positive ways.  We are creating a new independently thinking species and I do not believe that we should accept the 'robo-sapien' as the next step in human evolution.  We have already created killer robots which could fight against men in the field taking the human out of lethal decisions.  Scientists suggest we will be able to replace primary care doctors within 50 years so it seems every job sector will be affected on mass. I don't think I can ever remember a time when i have read something similar to: AI will lead to 'extinction level risks to our species' from a  well renowned university like Cambridge before now  I wrote this article because more people should be aware, discuss and debate these issues. Should we control scientific progression? Or ignore the devastating risks that robots thinking and learning for themselves pose in an attempt to make positive steps?

http://clamorbox.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/blog-post.html#.UfRJ6dK1GSo

Obsessed with technology to the point where people are texting on the toilet and checking out the what's trending to and from work.   Do you think the youngsters of today have those moments to ponder and be creative like artists and writers of yesteryear?  Are the majority loosing time to reflect on life or are they just doing it a little differently in new ways?  I can relate to the need to really get away from it all, get in touch with yourself and be creative.  I think the demands for alternative activity holidays will increase.  If you've ever thought of going on one what would your choice be? 

Obsessed with technology to the point where people are texting on the toilet and checking out the what's trending to and from work.   Do you think the youngsters of today have those moments to ponder and be creative like artists and writers of yesteryear?  I can relate to the need to really get away from it all, get in touch with yourself and be creative.  I think the demands for alternative activity holidays will increase.  If you've ever thought of going on one what would your choice be? 

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Obsessed with technology to the point where people are texting on the toilet and checking out the what's trending to and from work.   Do you think the youngsters of today have those moments to ponder and be creative like artists and writers of yesteryear?  I can relate to the need to really get away from it all, get in touch with yourself and be creative.  I think the demands for alternative activity holidays will increase.  If you've ever thought of going on one what would your choice be?  https://plus.google.com/u/0/105040549143616596985/posts/cEwg1K6HtUN

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Obsessed with technology to the point where people are texting on the toilet and checking out the what's trending to and from work.   Will the youngsters of today have those moments to ponder and be creative like artists and writers of the past?  I can relate to the need to really get away from it all, get in touch with yourself and be creative.  I think the demands for alternative activity holidays will increase.  If you've ever thought of going on one what would your choice be?  https://plus.google.com/u/0/105040549143616596985/posts/cEwg1K6HtUN
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I do not believe that we should accept the 'robo-sapien' as the next step in human evolution.  Natural progression suggests change will come but survival instincts suggest we should put controls in an attempt to keep progress in human hands.  I am not one to support a nanny state nor restrain scientific progress usually but this AI explosion will affect all our lives in the near future in devastating ways.  I wrote this article because more people should be aware, discuss and debate these issues. Should we control natural progression?

http://clamorbox.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/blog-post.html#.Ue2edDu1GSo

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Is enough effort made to make public the possibilities and potential of artificial intelligence so that the general public can begin to debate the future impacts upon jobs and society as a whole?  Is it not best to discuss these matters early rather than be given the information when it is all too late? 
http://clamorbox.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/blog-post.html#.UewshDu1GSo

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The UN and human rights groups are worried about the artificial intelligence explosion.  If autonomous robots reach human levels of intelligence or above at what point should they held responsible for their actions?  If they hold responsibilities should there be robot rights and human rights in years to come?  http://clamorbox.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/blog-post.html#.UewJDzu1GSo

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Just started my first blog http://clamorbox.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/blog-post.html#.UewJDzu1GSo I applied for anadsense account.  It says I have to have more text.  How many articles do you need to get an account approved?
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