Tag Archives: Humanity

Norbert Biedrzycki asks in FORBES: When will we stop being human?

I still remember the question asked by my friend in the first year of high school. Listen, what do you think the monkey felt, the first monkey who became the first man?

My article in FORBES published 25thof May 2018.   It amused me to tears, but despite the strongly humoristic form, it contained a philosophical charge. I remembered them recently, while reading the text published on futurism.com. In the article “Humanity is about to transition to evolution
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Machine, when will you become closer to me?

Contemporary debates on robotization focus typically on machines that populate workplaces. However, people’s lives are not all work. We need close human contact and emotional interactions with others.

Contemporary debates on robotization focus typically on machines that populate workplaces. However, people’s lives are not all work. We need close human contact and emotional interactions with others. All this also concerns the area of eroticism. Are we in for a sexual revolution featuring artificial
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BUSINESS INSIDER: Artificial Intelligence Sexual Revolution

Our life is driven by a search for intimacy, emotions and communication with others. And that's all there is in sex. Is there a next wave of a sexual revolution but this time driven by a Artificial Intelligence?

My article in BUSINESS INSIDER published 10nd of July 2017.   Nwadays robotic discussions often involve the consequences of the presence of machines in our workplaces. And yet Artificial Intelligence in the form of humanoid means complex problems much more extensive. Because our lives are not
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The brain – a device that becomes obsolete

Most people today find it difficult to keep up with the break-neck pace of technological advances. Scientists increasingly claim that to understand the future, which surprisingly is now, people have to adopt their brains.

  Most people today find it difficult to keep up with the break-neck pace of technological advances. Scientists increasingly claim that to understand the future, which surprisingly is now, people have to adopt their brains. Unless brains adapt, a wall of misunderstanding will grow between
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