Before I begin, might I ask, what is the reason you are discussing this with me? Are you trying to change my mind? Maybe you just want to hear another person's opinion? Just curious.
I think I understand, but before I respond could you explain yourself further?
Sure, would you provide me with sources that support your opinions?
Woah there, lol! Back off buddy, I am in this as a discussion not an argument! That is entirely not what I was saying, please ask questions and do not twist my words. Teamwork, (which is what I was referring to) is the absolute opposite of slave work.
Um, pay attention please? You already asked me:
And I replied:
I did not include bulldozers and backhoes. There is only so much we can do with our strength, those machines are very useful with their power. Our brains, however, can handle more than the average person is willing to put in it.
Well there is another thing we agree on. Would you also agree that man is crazy to try to give AI a soul?
Machines yes, but algorithms? If you could provide examples that would be great.
That's my point, thank you. Right there. There are many kinds of people, some use technology for good and advancement of others and the world. But then there are others who don't have good purposes for technology, and even others who just use it to get out of doing work, becoming lazy. And yeah, now that I think of it, using a calculator instead of my mind because I forgot my 12 tables does make me feel lazy.
Man-besting-computer wasn't really my point. My point was that the computer was not relied on for difficult equations. People can solve them in their head, like Katherine. Computers are faster though, which is handy. But if we lean on them so much that we don't keep our mental skills sharp, what will happen to us if they are taken away?