Flickr user Si-MOCs has designed three amazing scenes in Lego that depict Asimov’s 3 laws of robotics. I’m impressed with this on a few levels, but most of all as a fan of Asimov’s writings. Something that might encourage a person to pick up the Robot series is fantastic in my opinion.
Robots are agents of transform and consequently potentially upsetting to those with vested interests. Of all the machines so far invented or conceived of, robots represent the most direct challenge to humans. Vociferous and even violent campaigns against robotics need to not be surprising. Beyond issues of self interest is the possibility that some humans could be revulsed by robots, particularly these with humanoid traits. Some opponents could be mollified as robotic behavior becomes far more tactful. One more tenable argument is that by generating and deploying artifacts that are in some ways superior. humans degrade themselves.
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Thank you, Debbie, for reading and for your comment. For as lengthy as I can remember I’ve been attempting to reconcile my faith in God and my fascination with science, and it really is led me to a conclusion that makes a lot of sense out of a lot of things to me. In the coming weeks I hope to have far more published on this. I’d appreciate to hear your thoughts.
By coincidence, the acronym for Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems is LAWS. Munitions that steer themselves to pre-programmed targets have existed since the Second Globe War. Modern day weapons platforms such as the Predator and Reaper Unmanned Aerial Autos (UAVs) are supervised by remote manage, but some military institutions want to develop weapons that can conduct sorties from begin to finish, and even choose and fire on targets, with out direct human supervision.