Self-Destructive Behavior Earth is the habitat of several species, yet only one governs, humans. The rapid growth of science and technology has opened many doors to human inventions and innovations. Although this development has changed and impacted human lives positively it has also brought along the way threats to the followings. As a human trait it is mainly known how people become more and more greedy as they learn that enough is not enough anymore therefore, they seek for other and more higher possessions and that is when things become dangerous. Science and technology must have limits just as any other research or study.
So now the humans decide to halt all trucks that deliver materials to the factory, but it turns out that those trucks are driven by robots, and so on. If developed completely, AI is a double-edged sword. Both could solve the complex issues in which humanity is put, as exterminate this same humanity for one simple reason: the human being would be redundant for a super intelligent AI. So it is crucial the problem of thinking in advance how to control this AI and induce her to do what we want. But what we want may not be the best for us, and then everything is complicated.
Not one human would have to worry about not receiving the best care available, owing to the fact that there would be analysts who inspect risk factors in advance and the treatment, if not created specifically to match the individual’s every aspect, would at least be highly personalized. People would live longer and fuller lives, be more aware of potential health risks and thus, have real reason to get in shape or on a special diet. In general, humans are not suicidal, especially in the long term, as most cases of taking ones own life take place mere minutes after the urge to take that action first genuinely occurred, therefore, people would be highly motivated if faced with evidence of greater substance than simple statistics. In a flawless system, each and every one would be given specific instructions on how to avoid serious illnesses and health conditions and the unavoidable would be noted either well in advance or as it
Scientists actually could remove a gene which causes disease, but this could end up introducing a new, more powerful disease to the body. Finally, genetic modifying can allow people to live longer. You may think that this is good that people would live longer, but there some negative aspects to this. Life would be very boring of course, but more importantly, overpopulation would happen and humans would be in competition with one another since everything would now be limited. While some aspects of genetic engineering should appealing, they all most likely have a dark secret hiding within
He argues that the physical environment where early humans lived contained several sources of threats which put them in a negatively toned emotional state that helped them to take immediate responses. Such responses were vital for their survival but in the same time they lead to physical and psychological stress. Since early humans’ survival depended on their physical energy, focus and attention to potential threats, they needed restoration from stress as soon as the source of threat disappear. According to Ulrich unthreatening natural settings provided a good source of restoration from stress (Ulrich,
41609139-1602-Lisa The influence of Artificial Intelligence in the development of human beings Introduction Human have long dreamed of creating things like God. Since 18th century, it came true that machines have been engaged into manual labor instead of human beings. And in 1940s, the invention of computer brought the development in the field of artificial intelligence. Then, a new era appears that intelligent machines replace people for doing the brain-work. However, the development of artificial intelligence is not comprehensive.
CONCLUSION There is great hope that medical science would be able to device machines or processes through which the lifespan of a human being can be increased as well as pre-mature deaths be avoided. Sri Sri Thakur’s messages in this are proving correct with modern day science already having made significant progress in this. Whether dramatically extending life would lead to a golden age or a nightmarish dystopia is, at this point, unknown. It is more certain that life extension would challenge and in some cases alter many social, political and religious norms. Current ideas about marriage and parenting might change, for example, as people remain active for decades longer.
Eventually, he claims, human beings will achieve immortality by fully merging with machines. Once this reverse engineering is complete, not only will human beings be able to live potentially forever, but we “ultimately will be able to vastly expand our
They cannot determine the present but can lead to better future. Since nothing is perfect, imperfection is similar to Karl Marx idea on communism which means a ”perfect society” is not applicable. The difficulties experienced by human beings are categorized into two; a helpful tool to succession or a harmful tool to failure. Being a student and a Filipino living in this country, there are many usage of history. History can lead to betterment of our lives as it is dependent variable on capabilities and capacities.
Although these new advancements are very helpful it can also be a scary aspect. If robots do come to society in future it can put many civilians at a financial risk. What our technology provides us with now does meet the needs of humans and can hold us off until what we see the future has for us. Being curious about what the future has for us is normal but we should never forget to live in the present, as Thich Hanh once said “Life is available only in the present moment. If you abandon the present moments you cannot live the moments of your daily life