• Never, man uses 5% of their brain capacity on average. How could a man concieve of a machine with a capability 20 times as large as that which he exhibits?
  • Interesting point. I think another problem is morals. Before making any kind of artificial intelligence we will undoubtedly have to think up some system of morals for it, much like Isaac Asimov's 3 laws. Unfortunately I believe that this is far less simple than it appears, as it is based on an assumption that humans have an innate sense of right and wrong. I believe strongly that this is simply not true, and that any one person does not share our idea of a moral system plants an important seed of doubt in it's validity. For example, if a man were to say he thought stealing were a virtue how would you, without referring to our system of morals, prove him wrong? You would have no stronger an argument than his.

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