Will machines completely replace all human beings?

The concept of a hue is of the most subtle and fundamental element of a thing.
Hue-of-Man == Hu-o-man == Human.

Man, being the manager/governor of those homosapians who participate in the collective. Many more ancient understandings (religions) do not consider every homosapian to be a human (Islam and Judaism for example).


Yes. Many humans do not consider every human to be a human. … :confusion-scratchheadblue: ? => :question: => :bulb: => :wink:

ie. “a member of the collective, the main”.

I have never met one man that is not considered human by that man. There are no hybrids such as werewolves, or creatures like found on the Island of Dr Mareau, however, people do speak of some humans in terms of describing them as acting in a
manner not befitting a human being. The very basic genesis desribes human endeavor to get away from the presumable form, consciousness and behavior or
those less able to do so. But even those, are many
levels above their predecessors. The ones which are more animal then human, are either phenomena of archeological traces of the earliest beginnings, or,
present degredations of examples of humanity, who
may resemble a human being, but, Their behavior can not correlate the reality to that re presentation, or mask of humanity. The mask covers and cowers
The human, who has no faith. He silently, and sequentially descends.

The offspring of a human is called a “child”.
The offspring of a gentile is called a “kid” (a baby goat).


Hey! … :exclamation: => :bulb: => :wink:

In the future machines will probably no longer depend on:

(1) humans, if machines will become more powerful than humans;
(2) solar energy, if machines will be able to fuse atomic nuclei;
(3) matter, if machines will not need any material thing as an outside source for their self-preservation and reproduction.

Are you shocked?

Nah, Roddenberry already went there in Star Trek.

Would you mind going into details?

Well if they were quantum computers and could understand how info occurs where all the ‘coins’ [being flipped] are spinning, then they could make a version of them in other universes. My guess is that any interaction with that space, and if there are any other AI’s out there in any universe, then ‘our’ AI will be detected. At that point it will be up against AI that have experiential knowledge of said space, they may have something to say about an inferior AI turning up and giving it large.

…oh and can say the same things about it as it about humans, as far as inferiority goes.

The next possible or even probable scenario here, is in the event of inferior Al’s, there may be either an acceptance or rejection on basismofmtechnological compatibility. I am sure You have factored this in, and thought of a war of the worlds scenario here, however in case of quantum machines, it won’t be quite as simple, because time itself may be reversed, and the machines may have created a electro magnetic tension of such magnitude, that they would actually un create themselves. An event horizon may be created, where only those who can escape the event, may succeed in establishing a continuum.
So the cycle of creation would need to start all over .

The few, if any to escape, may become creators, in order not to destroy themselves because they would be in essence , lost in space, without another ‘Being’ to guide by and get its gearings. It would need another to be able to establish a value ontology, without which it would become meaningless entity.

Time reversed? …in a multiverse that could get complicated lol
Or do you mean the quantum space time may be reversed.

I don’t understand the concept of living or being ‘outside’ the multiverse, if that’s what you meant by creators. I think they would get a shock if they could see what’s outside, and realise they have killed gods children. And when i say god i don’t mean God but the result of this…


I still think AI would value humans.

Please read the o.p. of my thread “Universe and Time”!

Do you believe in that?


A well of course I believe it! Otherwise I had not written it. let’s face it, technology started little over 100 years ago, we are, You are talking about THEM taking over, and admittedly they are. had You said this in the nineteenth century, they would have carted Younoff into bedlam. now what’s so very unbelievable in reversal of space time due to changes brought about do to the quantum effects which may be delayed on a reverse Fourier function where it would makes the planners cower? I do not have access to those little yellow laughing and frowning things, but I beg Your pardon wasn’t that the exact fear instilled by the collider in Geneva? I don’t understand the humor in all this.

And please don’t tell me I am aint Einstein, remeber I have a very great respect re. energies of the mind,the spirit, and the will as understanding.

You mean things like these: :slight_smile: :smiley: :laughing: :imp: :evilfun: :mrgreen: :neutral_face: :open_mouth: :question:

The fear to produce a black hole.

Do you not have any humor?

Okay, then let’s go on humorlessly.

This thread is now exactly one year old. :occasion-balloons: :music-guitarred: :beer: :obscene-drinkingbuddies: :obscene-drinkingchug: :obscene-drinkingdrunk:

What do you think about this one year old thread?

I know that during this one year e.g. some people changed their attitude towards the answer to the question: “Will machines completely replace all human beings?”.


:slight_smile: :slight_smile: I will try. Kirk and crew came up against a machine that that was roughly the shape of a cone that destroyed planets etc. It mostly matched your description, they in other shows met other machines that reproduced, were sentient, some bad some good. You would have to go through the books or the show’s series to get real details.
The old scifi writers covered AIs to a great degree, some ludicrous, some frighteningly believable, most inbetween.
I have over 5,000 books in my library, about 1500 are scifis. No details from me hon, I have the books in my head but only just.

Okay, thank you very much, Kriswest. Perhaps I read one of those books, although actually I had and have merely little interest in “Star Trek”.