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Could robots one day be intelligent enough to wage war against humanity?

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We are now creating more powerful computers that are capable of extraordinary feats.

Some are even programmed for "learning". That is , changing their response to stimuli, based on previous results, in order to achieve greatest efficiency.

Could robots one day be intelligent enough to wage war against humanity?

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Robot behaviour is not something we really have a lot of experience with.
I don't think it is too far off, there will be thinking robots.
It seems 'self-defeating', if that could not happen...All depends how far they can take the mind of the robot, to function on a human level.
It seems inevitable, at some time in the future
robots will be acquainted more with human thought process.
Could they become killers of humans on a big scale? The answer is we do not know the true advancement of any new technology, we are told only a portion of the capabilities.
We are not on a 'need to know basis'.

Never say never, you just don't know what they can do, behind closed doors.
Stephen Hawking's statement scares me - "The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race."
by BK
I agree with him and it scare the out of me.
by Rice
Hmmmm . . .well there were four little dots in the middle to represent the $h!t that it scares out of me. LOL
by Rice
I believe that computers will never be smart enough to wage war against mankind on their own. They would have to be intentionally programmed to do so.
I've no doubt they couldn't but I hope not!

I don't think they have a reason to. Robots do what they are programmed to do so unless it was a mistake (probably) made by the programmer or something that's not likely to happen. even with artificial intelligence.
Robots with AI are learning exponentially and at some point they will become self sufficent and realise we are a waste of time, space and energy and . . basically we're screwed. Hopefully it is a long way off . . . . . .
by Rice
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