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Post Neon Knight on Thu 14 Dec - 0:07

If it's anything like E.T. then it's probably too sentimental for me.

I was thinking that highly intelligent robots would probably not have emotional attachments to people, places and ideas like humans do because they would come into existence with a lot of instant knowledge. I reckon it would be hard to predict their behaviour.

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Post Sary on Thu 14 Dec - 0:34

@Neon Knight wrote:If it's anything like E.T. then it's probably too sentimental for me.

I was thinking that highly intelligent robots would probably not have emotional attachments to people, places and ideas like humans do because they would come into existence with a lot of instant knowledge. I reckon it would be hard to predict their behaviour.
It is a beautiful movie,I highly recommend it,nothing like ET
As far as emotional attachments,that is a human state of being.
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Post Neon Knight on Thu 14 Dec - 0:46

@Sary wrote:As far as emotional attachments,that is a human state of being.
And animal. And why not robot?

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Post Sary on Thu 14 Dec - 0:52

@Neon Knight wrote:
@Sary wrote:As far as emotional attachments,that is a human state of being.
And animal. And why not robot?

Mmmmmm .....no ,animals perceive differently than man. We are a higher being.
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Post Neon Knight on Fri 15 Dec - 17:27

@Sary wrote:Mmmmmm .....no ,animals perceive differently than man. We are a higher being.

You don't think animals experience emotions?

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Post Sary on Sat 16 Dec - 1:16

@Neon Knight wrote:
@Sary wrote:Mmmmmm .....no ,animals perceive differently than man. We are a higher being.

You don't think animals experience emotions?

I do not believe that animals experience emotions. Animals have a strong instinct and some form of primative feelings but emotions ,I think,are a higher human brain function.

Emotions are evoked by sensory feelings,the release of neurotransmitters. The human brain tries to make some sort of sense out of these feelings through memories ,intuition,logic,music,art.

I love my dog,but I do not fool myself and think that he loves me back.

Do you think that animals and "robots" are capable of emotions?
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Post Aëlwenn on Sat 16 Dec - 17:42

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@Neon Knight wrote:
@Sary wrote:Mmmmmm .....no ,animals perceive differently than man. We are a higher being.

You don't think animals experience emotions?

I do not believe that animals experience emotions. Animals have a strong instinct and some form of primative feelings but emotions ,I think,are a higher human brain function.

Emotions are evoked by sensory feelings,the release of neurotransmitters.  The human brain tries to make some sort of sense out of these feelings through memories ,intuition,logic,music,art.

I love my dog,but I do not fool myself and think that he loves me back.

Do you think that animals and "robots" are capable of emotions?

Very strange. You said we are not God, but you talking about animals like you know what they feelings...
Second, more and more studies showing animals have emotions and empathy.
Far more than many humans. I’m on my iPhone so I can’t post the link but I will post them back in my home.


Marry robot is weird or not ? Dunno, who we are to judge the feelings and love of people ?
I would say if one person want to marry a robot, she deserved the right to do.
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Post Sary on Sat 16 Dec - 17:52

@Aëlwenn wrote:
@Sary wrote:
@Neon Knight wrote:
@Sary wrote:Mmmmmm .....no ,animals perceive differently than man. We are a higher being.

You don't think animals experience emotions?

I do not believe that animals experience emotions. Animals have a strong instinct and some form of primative feelings but emotions ,I think,are a higher human brain function.

Emotions are evoked by sensory feelings,the release of neurotransmitters.  The human brain tries to make some sort of sense out of these feelings through memories ,intuition,logic,music,art.

I love my dog,but I do not fool myself and think that he loves me back.

Do you think that animals and "robots" are capable of emotions?

Very strange. You said we are not God, but you talking about animals like you know what they feelings...
Second, more and more studies showing animals have emotions and empathy.
Far more than many humans. I’m on my iPhone so I can’t post the link but I will post them back in my home.


Marry robot is weird or not ? Dunno, who we are to judge the feelings  and love of people ?
I would say if one person want to marry a robot, she deserved the right to do.


These are just my thoughts,ofc my religion and study of neurology influence my opinions.
I am not trying to offend anyone.
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Post Neon Knight on Sat 16 Dec - 22:44

@Sary wrote:I do not believe that animals experience emotions. Animals have a strong instinct and some form of primative feelings but emotions, I think, are a higher human brain function.

Emotions are evoked by sensory feelings, the release of neurotransmitters. The human brain tries to make some sort of sense out of these feelings through memories, intuition, logic, music, art.

I love my dog, but I do not fool myself and think that he loves me back.

Do you think that animals and "robots" are capable of emotions?
If we can agree that the more complex the brain, the more complex the emotions, then I think a lizard just has sensations whereas a dog or elephant experiences simple emotions like anger and sadness but not complex ones like pity and nostalgia.

If we could identify a pattern of biochemical activity in the human brain for a certain emotion and then identify the equivalent electrical activity in a robot's computer brain then I think we would have to conclude that the robot does indeed feel that emotion.

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Post de Burgh on Sun 17 Dec - 19:54

It would be dangerous to give robots sapience because their cognition would be dictated by pure logic combined with self awareness; they would be more of a threat than what it is worth. Which is why it would be better to have a mechanism to override their functioning and keep them in a subservient state of mind. This way, their cognition/purpose should only be limited to what they were programmed to do. Even with emotions, they haven't been shaped by evolution naturally like us to counterbalance the instability of powerful emotions. We should solely focus on humanity's survival; any robot will almost always have superior intelligence due to them solely being created to be solely dictated by logic combined with powerful emotions is a recipe for disaster. Which is why robots/artificial intelligence should only be programmed to perform complex functions such as running technology, performing tasks, etc.

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Post Vendég on Sun 17 Dec - 21:16

@de Burgh wrote:It would be dangerous to give robots sapience because their cognition would be dictated by pure logic combined with self awareness; they would be more of a threat than what it is worth. Which is why it would be better to have a mechanism to override their functioning and keep them in a subservient state of mind. This way, their cognition/purpose should only be limited to what they were programmed to do. Even with emotions, they haven't been shaped by evolution naturally like us to counterbalance the instability of powerful emotions. We should solely focus on humanity's survival; any robot will almost always have superior intelligence due to them solely being created to be solely dictated by logic combined with powerful emotions is a recipe for disaster. Which is why robots/artificial intelligence should only be programmed to perform complex functions such as running technology, performing tasks, etc.

What if these robots will get hacked or get a virus?

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Post Sary on Sun 17 Dec - 23:50

This is a great topic,it is very interesting to see the technology that is being made available. Japan as usual is on the cutting edge developing this type of technology.
I can see how humanoid robots could have a function in society ,primarily for the care of the sick and the elderly. The growing population of seniors will need to be addressed.



On the other hand ,the sexbot robot that has gotten a lot of attention lately,is bizarre to me. To form a relationship with a machine and to think of it as a person,is kind of sad. I just don't get it. I am not judging,merely observing,trying to be open minded .

I guess if your husband was robot,it would come with some perks. You would not have to cook and clean so much. Why worry about your weight or looks,surely he could be programmed to love you no matter what. If he started giving you grief or wanted to do something that you did not want to do you could simply turn him off LOL 1



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Post Neon Knight on Mon 18 Dec - 0:30

Magyar Lány wrote:
@de Burgh wrote:It would be dangerous to give robots sapience because their cognition would be dictated by pure logic combined with self awareness; they would be more of a threat than what it is worth. Which is why it would be better to have a mechanism to override their functioning and keep them in a subservient state of mind. This way, their cognition/purpose should only be limited to what they were programmed to do. Even with emotions, they haven't been shaped by evolution naturally like us to counterbalance the instability of powerful emotions. We should solely focus on humanity's survival; any robot will almost always have superior intelligence due to them solely being created to be solely dictated by logic combined with powerful emotions is a recipe for disaster. Which is why robots/artificial intelligence should only be programmed to perform complex functions such as running technology, performing tasks, etc.

What if these robots will get hacked or get a virus?
As another safety measure, they would have to be cut off from Wi-Fi / radio communication.

I get the feeling that people in the future will be complacent about the dangers of intelligent robots and there will be some trouble. Computers can already beat most humans at chess.


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Post Vendég on Mon 18 Dec - 0:50

@Neon Knight wrote:
Magyar Lány wrote:
@de Burgh wrote:It would be dangerous to give robots sapience because their cognition would be dictated by pure logic combined with self awareness; they would be more of a threat than what it is worth. Which is why it would be better to have a mechanism to override their functioning and keep them in a subservient state of mind. This way, their cognition/purpose should only be limited to what they were programmed to do. Even with emotions, they haven't been shaped by evolution naturally like us to counterbalance the instability of powerful emotions. We should solely focus on humanity's survival; any robot will almost always have superior intelligence due to them solely being created to be solely dictated by logic combined with powerful emotions is a recipe for disaster. Which is why robots/artificial intelligence should only be programmed to perform complex functions such as running technology, performing tasks, etc.

What if these robots will get hacked or get a virus?
As another safety measure, they would have to be cut off from Wi-Fi / radio communication.

I get the feeling that people in the future will be complacent about the dangers of intelligent robots and there will be some trouble. Computers can already beat most humans at chess.


Fears of sci fi writers will come true. Robots turn against the people.

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Post Vendég on Mon 18 Dec - 22:27

@Sary wrote:This is a great topic,it is very interesting to see the technology that is being made available. Japan as usual is on the cutting edge developing this type of technology.
I can see how humanoid robots could have a function in society ,primarily for the care of the sick and the elderly. The growing population of seniors will need to be addressed.



On the other hand ,the sexbot robot that has gotten a lot of attention lately,is bizarre to me. To form a relationship with a machine and to think of it as a person,is kind of sad. I just don't get it. I am not judging,merely observing,trying to be open minded .

I guess if your husband was robot,it would come with some perks. You would not have to cook and clean so much. Why worry about your weight or looks,surely he could be programmed to love you no matter what. If he started giving you grief or wanted to do something that you did not want to do you could simply turn him off  LOL 1




These robots would be useful to my old parents.
You described wonderfully the ideal husband. Evil Laugh (joking) Very Happy

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