Artificial Intelligence Downfall

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Artificial Intelligence is growing up fast, as are robots whose facial expressions can cause empathy and make humans mirror neurons shake. Artificial Intelligence will cause a downfall in humanity, because it will eventually put humans out of work, need help with repairing and outsmart natural intelligence. Robots, a product of Artificial Intelligence are becoming more advanced as time goes on and will soon take over the jobs of humans. Artificial Intelligence needs humanity’s help to repair robots when breakdowns occurs, this can be an issue because improvements will be needed, making their programs more advanced than before. Artificial Intelligence is becoming so popular that it will soon outsmart natural intelligence by beating humans in …show more content…
With all this in mind, it is important to begin by examining what exactly is Artificial Intelligence and how robots will affect the economy and unemployment rates throughout society.
Artificial Intelligence is the science of making computers that perform several different tasks that require human intelligence, such as visual perception, decision making, and translation between two different languages. According to the Atlantic News, in the article “Will Humans Still be Humans in an Age of Artificial Intelligence”, author Megan Garber argues that robots are taking over humanity 's jobs. She emphasizes that Artificial Intelligence will begin to advance and do more and more things. Soon they will be working on people’s behalf or often in the background, this is a bad thing because they will begin to recognize humans desire of having them do part of their job, the robots will want to do more for humanity leading to a downfall by taking over humans jobs. Garber states, “it doesn’t just replace one worker. It might replace millions of workers” (Garber). Ultimately what is
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Big corporations have already begun replacing workers with Artificial Intelligence due to the fact that robots have no emotional boundaries. Having no emotional boundaries allows them to perform their job without having emotions or personal problems getting in the way. In the article, “The Dawn of the Age of AI” author Andrew Mcafee explains how a women was introduced the the OrCam system, she clips her glasses onto a combination of a digital camera and speakers. If she points her finger at a source of text the computer system quickly analyzes it and then the text is read via speaker. Mcafee states, “OrCam or similar innovations show that this is no longer the case, and that here again technology is racing ahead[…] Reading text ‘in the wild’ has been another area where robots have outpaced humans” (Mcafee). In other words even though Orcam may seem trivial, it is in fact crucial in terms of today’s concern over humanity. Artificial intelligence is winning by reading text out loud to people instead of humans reading it themselves, this will soon outsmart humans no matter the case. In Nick Bilton 's New York Time article, “Artificial Intelligence as a Threat”, he examines artificial intelligence in robots. Society often thinks that Artificial Intelligence will always be

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