Imagine a world where robots do all the labor. They grow our food, they harvest our food, they harvest everything for us. They construct our homes, they do everything no matter how tedious it is. Everything is done for us.
What about those who want to grow/raise food, construct things? What is one persons "tedious" work is another persons pleasure. Who gets to decide? Doesn't seem like the individual.
I suggest we wouldn't need money at all. Instead we would have allotments. If you need clothes, the machines produce them and you are just given clothes. If you need food, you are just given food. If you need shelter you are just given a house. It would be a true socialist society. Everyone has everything they need.
Who decides what each individual needs? Putting aside greed, each person has a healthy level for themselves of what would give them happiness. What about those who "need" things that others deem dangerous, desstructive, self destructive, wasteful, harmful to the environment, etc? So we can no longer have desires? Just what we strictly need? Unless of course it's things that will now take up our time, and apparantly involves only things that some decision maker deems appropriate.
The question arises, do certain people get "more" things than others? How can you determine who is "worth" more? Because ultimately people like to think they are more special than someone else. That they "deserve" more than someone else. But is this true? Or is that just greed and ego?
Again, who decides what is needed to be happy, and what is greed/ego?
We would be open to experience life and entertainment. Focus on the things we would enjoy doing. Such as consuming music, art and movies. What is so wrong about that?
What if you dislike those things? There's a lot of ego there thinking that what maybe even most people like is what all would like.
Artificial Intelligence is really no different than the bronze age, the development of agriculture, writing, or the invention of money, or the industrial revolution... throughout human history we had technological advances that have changed the meaning of work and resulted in cultural changes.
When hunter-gatherers became farmers (for one example) you had people who used to be busy have a bunch of leisure time as tasks that used to be important were no longer needed. The steam engine, the automobile, the electrification of houses... in each of these changes humans stopped doing work that they traditionally did and society adapted to the new reality.
Artificial intelligence is no different than any other technological advancement.
... it is amazing!!!
Who the frack told some people that it needed to be "sentient" to be extremely dangerous? Maxadacona you are a nullified nullity, specially because you are in the field! It just shows what special kind of dumb you are...although that, of course, it is no news...
It is dangerous to qualified jobs right now and it will become exponentially more dangerous as time goes by to ANY job