What Is The Purpose Of The New Romantics By David Brooks

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In David Brooks’ argument in “The New Romantics,” he explains the new romanticism that will come to our world in the near future. He thinks that computers are going to be able to do a lot of cognitive task that no human can compete with the computer. Even though humans are improving our cognitive skills, it will no longer good enough because the computer can be doing most of all things that human can not do well in coming future economy. Only humans are able to do is a task that is emotional. I agree with his argument. In the near future, computer will be doing most of things by itself, and what computer can not do is emotional things or using language perfect, so if you want to earn a lot of money and become a rich or do not want be controlled …show more content…

has a human mind because the A.I. is creating to pass this exam. Nowadays, A.I. can do only a task that exactly decided, for example automated drive, doing chess game, or Siri in the iPhone. In addition, there is a problem of language. Even if the A.I has a great system of managing language, it is impossible to use language in true meaning. It is only the ability that human have. In other words, we need to expand language skills more and more because it is truth there is a A.I. which can learn from human brain. If you do not want to scan your brain by the computer, we have to get a brain which is too complicated to understand the mechanism.
In conclusion, I agree with the idea of David Brooks that new romanticism is coming. The new romanticism might be the world where the human endangered our identity. In that world, every single task is done by computer, and people do not have to work. It is not a dream of human beings. We can feel identity when we are doing something by ourselves. I think new world comes true near future. Before it is coming, we need to study how to overcome this problem. At this time, studying literature and computer science might be a good way to prevent controlling of the

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