What are machines thinking? Forget it. What are humans thinking?
by Jon Rappoport
July 6, 2014
“…one scenario is that the machines will seek to turn humans into cyborgs. This is nearly happening now, replacing faulty limbs with artificial parts.”
“The concern I’m raising is that the machines will view us as an unpredictable and dangerous species.”
“[Machines] might view us the same way we view harmful insects.”
“Del Monte believes machines will become self-conscious and have the capabilities to protect themselves.”
These aren’t quotes from some absurdist satirical play designed to expose human stupidity.
They’re quotes tendered by physicist, Louis Del Monte, the author of “The Artificial Intelligence Revolution: Will Artificial Intelligence Serve Us Or Replace Us?”, from an interview with Dylan Love at Business Insider — “By 2045 ‘The Top Species Will No Longer Be Humans,’ And That Could Be A Problem”.
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