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Nakitakona
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26/12/2018 7:21 am  

The advent of modern technology may pose a danger to mankind rather than towards its ultimate progress in terms of technology and everything making life easier. But what would happen when this machine is made working effectively as made by man, would control the society, the government, the people and even the whole world?

Could this artificial intelligence be controlled or would have a limitation? Is it possible? What is your point of view about this?


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26/12/2018 8:25 am  

I don't think that machine would ever be able to overpower man. In fact machine would always need a few men's brain even if quickened the process though.


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26/12/2018 1:50 pm  

Our place is an agricultural land which is planted with sugarcane. During harvest time, there are lots of canecutters who do the harvesting or cutting the sugarcanes and haul them to the truck which brings them to the sugar mill.

Now at the advancement of modern technology, it is now the machine that does the harvesting, the hauling and everything. Only an operator of the machine is being hired. No other group or company of laborers.

Tha is the advantage of machine over the manual job. Manual job is at a loss.


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29/12/2018 2:33 am  

I give you another example of machine doing the job for men. Our area grows wheat and sugarcane both as main produce (along with rice) and use Harvester Combined which cuts, thrashes and separates straw from the grain, fills it in the bags and carries to the store. But you still need big factories to manufacture these harvesters.... Cheers.


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11/01/2019 5:33 am  

And those harvesters are produced by machines with only a handful of manpower. Thus, man is overpowered by machine in doing the work. Doesn't it make a sense?


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11/01/2019 11:53 pm  

Not at all, we still have shortage of laborer which is causing the increase in salary of manual workers. Most people are getting better education and not willing to work in manual industry so if the machines are not available to do this job there will be an acute shortage of produce and products.


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12/01/2019 12:12 pm  

If any problem happens, a human can only repair them. Machines won't replace humans 100% but a certain percentage.

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12/01/2019 1:51 pm  
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If any problem happens, a human can only repair them. Machines won't replace humans 100% but a certain percentage.

That is what we are crossing our fingers for that belief or expectations. I may admit that I may sometimes obsess of the sci fi movies about the intrusion of machines to rule the place where man lives.


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