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  • To an Extent.

    I think machines can definitely replace humans, and see it happening already today. Machines can do many things more efficiently (and more cheaply) than humans, and they will replace us in all of those categories. I do believe, however, that love and human interaction will never be completely taken over by machines.

  • To an Extent.

    I think machines can definitely replace humans, and see it happening already today. Machines can do many things more efficiently (and more cheaply) than humans, and they will replace us in all of those categories. I do believe, however, that love and human interaction will never be completely taken over by machines.

  • With building of new tech, to an extent machines can replace humans

    Right now robots can't show emotions, but after few years researchers will be able to make robots which can feel. We all are dependent on so much of technology that, this thing can happen. Today robots can talk, walk, speak and do many things which a normal human can. Though it will take years, so still we have time to stop this.

  • Think about it

    You can use a person's brain and put it in the machine, so it can still have the knowledge from the person's brain. Even though the "body" may be hard, you can just pretend that the person is there. If it is different, just put clothes over it to disguise the machine. If you have a GOOGLE SUPERCOMPUTER "DEEPMIND," the machine will look like the original person, and there will be no difference at all. This is why I say yes so you can just pretend that the same person is still there even though it is a machine.

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  • Yes, they will most likely replace a man.

    Machines will replace a man because there are already fully functional machines, can help in the medical field, and it will help with human jobs. They can also help people paralyzed from the waist down walk, I think that’s pretty cool if you ask me. I believe that the machines might take over our jobs someday and then we won’t be able to earn money, then we won’t be able to pay bills, we will lose our houses, and we will be homeless. But that’s what I think, you may think something else.

  • Humans VS Machines

    Machines can replace man as they finish the work more faster than human. They make the work easier. I cannot say that they save money. They use lots and lots of money, but at the same time they give a better result than human work. We all are in the 21st century. So don't make the21st century as the stone age.

  • Yes..In future..Human no longer needed

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  • I defiantly do

    They are rapidly growing and with A.I they are becoming more and more close to humans i don not on the other hand think that they could sleep in the same bed and reproduce with other humans or robots as shown above. Also how would they reproduce? Leave any comments below. Feel free to ask me anything you want.

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  • Robots cant replace humans beacause they can not feel emotion or comprehend sertain human chairacteristics

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  • No machines can never replace human beings.

    Human beings may not be perfect in everything but humans are the ones who make machines. Naturally, that makes them more efficient than machines as the vice versa is not possible.

    Besides the meaning of efficiency is not limited to doing a lot of things in a short period of time, it also involves the use of many skills machines do not possess. For eg: Machines lack in reasoning, art and creativity but human beings lack of speed is compensated by their emotional intelligence, adaptability and most importantly empathy.

    There are many professions in which machines will never be able to replace human beings due to the lack of these skills... Like doctors, teachers, lawyers, architects, pilots...All of these professions require presences of mind, creativity and empathy.

    Scientifically speaking it has been proven that machines can never achieve 100% efficiency due to the law of thermodynamics.

    Human beings take decisions based on memories of events which have occurred in the past, in other words they make decision on the basis of the experiences they have had. Machines are incapable of this quality which makes human beings unique and at the same time superior to them.

    Finally, machines may break down due to wear and tear. They can't repair themselves only human beings can do this. When human beings get sick they can heal themselves.

  • Memories make Humans

    For someone to act like they do, they have to have past experiences. So far, we have no way to upload fake memories into a machine. If we did, then machines could replace humans, but they would not be the same. Machines will be perfect, where as humans make mistakes. This is how we better ourselves. If we made no mistakes, we wouldn't learn.

  • Man creates machines

    As we know that the machines are created by humans so this means human can put one or more things/capabilites in it but not all the qualities which he possess...Therefore we can see that there are exeptions for machines to do some or other things which makes man more important and unreplacle with machines.

  • No machines cannot replace humans

    No, I do not think that machines will ever replace humans and that there are certain jobs that humans will always be needed to do such as lawyers and doctors. Machines have helped humans out a lot, but I still think that machines cannot function without a human running them.

  • No machines cannot replace humans

    No, I do not think that machines will ever replace humans and that there are certain jobs that humans will always be needed to do such as lawyers and doctors. Machines have helped humans out a lot, but I still think that machines cannot function without a human running them.

  • Not at all

    Robots can't love, have friendships, or think for themselves. They may be able to do all of life's work but no matter how smart/rich it can get it wont be able to buy or get feelings. So I state that machines cannot replace or take over our human lives .

  • No way it could happen

    They may work along side humans but will never replace us. If machines replaced us then people would lose their jobs, money, and/ or their life. When the lower class becomes the low low class and the top class nape comes the top top class, the lower class will fight back and retaliate

  • Machines Couldn't Replace Us

    Even with the rapidly advancing technology, machines couldn't replace all of us. They lack in creativity needed in several jobs. Architects, dancers, song writers, actors, authors, photographers-- all of which are jobs that need creativity. Other jobs likes nurses and psychiatrists need empathy and compassion. Machines do not have the capability to "feel" emotions.
    Humans make decisions based on past experiences and values. We have the ability to correct and learn from our mistakes, whereas machines, whom seldom make mistakes, cannot learn from errors. Other factors, like judgement, intuition, and innovation, also aren't found in machines.

    So lets say machines do replace humans; what happens then?
    If the machines take away our jobs, the lower class citizens wouldn't earn any money. Without money, they can't buy anything, meaning that there would be no need to make anything if the people can't buy things.
    Not only that, but once the economy fails, the rich would only get richer. The people who own the machines would eventually lose their money, but not before the lower classes would riot.
    That could led to the eradication of the human race, leaving the machines to run the planet.
    There is no denying the fact that the machines would eventually break down, but who would be there to fix them? Even if there was a machine who could repair other machines, what happens when that one breaks down? And when you run out of the repairing machines?
    There would be no point in letting machines replace us, even with the impressive advances in our technology.

  • Machines Couldn't Replace Us

    Even with the rapidly advancing technology, machines couldn't replace all of us. They lack in creativity needed in several jobs. Architects, dancers, song writers, actors, authors, photographers-- all of which are jobs that need creativity. Other jobs likes nurses and psychiatrists need empathy and compassion. Machines do not have the capability to "feel" emotions.
    Humans make decisions based on past experiences and values. We have the ability to correct and learn from our mistakes, whereas machines, whom seldom make mistakes, cannot learn from errors. Other factors, like judgement, intuition, and innovation, also aren't found in machines.

    So lets say machines do replace humans; what happens then?
    If the machines take away our jobs, the lower class citizens wouldn't earn any money. Without money, they can't buy anything, meaning that there would be no need to make anything if the people can't buy things.
    Not only that, but once the economy fails, the rich would only get richer. The people who own the machines would eventually lose their money, but not before the lower classes would riot.
    That could led to the eradication of the human race, leaving the machines to run the planet.
    There is no denying the fact that the machines would eventually break down, but who would be there to fix them? Even if there was a machine who could repair other machines, what happens when that one breaks down? And when you run out of the repairing machines?
    There would be no point in letting machines replace us, even with the impressive advances in our technology.


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stephany_shakespeare says2013-05-25T11:18:33.667
Machines will never replace man