Posted on: Saturday, March 18, 2023 – 9:00 PM | Last update: Saturday 18 March 2023 – 9:00 PM
The Emirati newspaper, Al-Khaleej, published an article by Abdul Latif Al-Zubaidi, in which he reviewed the four generations of the emergence of robots, stating that the fourth generation represents a terrifying stage, in which the robot merges with the human being, and there are no borders or separations between them… We offer from the article the following.
Are we facing an evolution that Darwin did not think of? Humanity is now coexisting with the fourth generation of artificial intelligence, a generation of robots in which the human rope has begun to mix with the automatic bomb. In the column is another rope and another barrage, so the information quoted from the “The Conversation” website (the conversation or dialogue) will be mixed with the pen’s comments and comments.
There is nothing wrong with recalling the robotic quadruple generation. The first generation was from 1950 to 1975. In those years, robots remained like dangerous predators behind bars, untouched by people, for fear of crushing bones among the fierce robots. After that, partial developments appeared, until between the years 1990 and 2010 the second generation emerged, when robots appeared around the corner from the human race, which had primary interactions with humans such as performing household and recreational functions. The third generation has a past and a near future. From 2005 to 2025, things have become more serious in the social and physical interaction between humans and robots, in terms of their manifestations of robotic organs. As for the giant leap, it is the fourth generation that will extend from 2015 to 2030, in which changes will be made in the human body. Here, robots will become a part of the human body, giving it new dimensions. Here the human brain truly entered the realm of science fiction, but this introduction will not be a long Khaldunian one.
In a few decades, robots have diversified without limits, and their jobs have invaded industry, space, military affairs, medicine, scientific research, the arts, and countless fields. In 1961, General Motors used the first industrial robots. But in 1980, the Japanese “Toyota” had forty thousand robots, and the Swedish “Volvo” twenty thousand. At that time it was forbidden to approach the robot.
The pen said: That is a correct decision. Would you dare approach a group of Neanderthals or Homo sapiens, Homo sapiens, if you caught a glimpse of them from afar? “If you turn away from them in flight and are filled with fear from them.”
Until the third generation, the separation between human and robot was clear, despite communication and interaction, even in the case of a robotic hand or leg. As for the fourth generation, the borders are intertwined and intertwined in the tangible and the sensible. The funny thing is that at the beginning of the computer, many were mocking at calling it the electronic mind. Today, the refusal of the name may be reconsidered. Scientists have come to agree on the need to delve deeper into the neurosciences to learn the best ways to develop artificial intelligence, and then generations and societies. Three hundred thousand years separate Homo sapiens from man today, but in two decades the machine has come to compose music, stories and theater, and it has paranormal algorithms. 90% of people don’t know what algorithms are.
What is necessary: The strange result: the experts did not find a better term than “solutions” (ankernation) to denote the fourth generation onwards, the robot’s solutions in man.