Artificial intelligence vs human beings, Who is better for keeping the peace?

Who is better for keeping the peace? Well, I’d say that both are equally good. It’s all a matter of perspective. And if we look at history, both super-intelligent computers and artificially intelligent robotic peace keeping systems have saved countless lives by neutralizing rogue nation states and international terrorist organizations.

In fact, there have been many cases where robots have risked their lives to prevent another terrorist attack. Still, there are those that question whether or not these Artificial Intelligent computer systems are ethical or not. In light of that, let’s have a look at what exactly is an Artificial Intelligent Computer. It may be more accurate to call it a cybernetic organism. That’s because these supercomputers of the future will comprise both a mind and a body.

So who is better for keeping the peace? I think it’s obvious that humans should win in every battle, because they are the ones with higher emotions, not animals, which have no emotions. They have a higher thinking ability, which allows them to think outside of the box. In addition, humans are the only species that has come fully developed from the most complicated of creatures. Artificial Intelligent computers androids will also come fully developed, but humans are the ones that will use them.

And what about the military? The United States of America spends more on our military than any other country in the world. We spend double the amount of the next ten highest spender nations combined. So maybe we should spend more on Artificial Intelligent computer system to keep the peace and protect the American people, who are obviously our future.

However, the other part of the equation that I think is equally important, is that if humans are to keep the peace and protect the American people, then we must be able to out think and out compete any artificially intelligent computer or robot, which may be smarter and more technologically advanced than all of us combined. We must be able to think on our feet, and out argue with any artificially intelligent entity, which may be smarter and more technologically advanced than all of us combined. We must be able to out research and find the weaknesses, and exploit those weaknesses. If we do that, we will be able to keep our civilization and our nation safe, and secure.

So, in this case, who is better for keeping the peace and preventing war? I would say that it is humans and perhaps partially so. If we as individuals can stay motivated, and if we can continue to push forward as far as AI development is concerned, then we have a very good chance at being able to keep the peace. Of course, if we continue to fall into predictable hole of self-satisfaction, then perhaps AI will rule us, and we will lose the battle for the future of AI.

But if we are a culture, and if we want to push our own value system forward, and if we as a society want to move forward together, then the answer would be obvious, and it is obvious already that AI will beat all of us. Because of its motivation, and because it cannot cheat its way through life, it will prevail. It just will. And if you do not believe that, ask yourself why would someone in their right mind put something that was programmed by a machine ahead of their own self-interest? You can do your own study, and your own investigation, and come to your own conclusion. I know some folks who are very afraid of computers and want to ban them from the internet, but I am afraid that we cannot, and history shows that once they are in the field, they tend to stay there.

In the end, my answer might be different than what other people have told me. But as soon as I sit down at the computer and start looking at all of the different programs out there, and look at the data that is available to me, then I will make up my own mind. And when the time comes to make up my own mind, the answer will be clear, and it would better for humans, and for AI.

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