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    Ulises jofre

    So, if machines take over all human activity, including art and science, what will happen to the organic body and its conditioned-to-work-and-think brain? Surely, will it decay? Is mankind-machines coexistence possible while people are fighting for jobs and resources: competition, nations, and so on? Anyway, what is the endeavour in which a robot cannot take part or channel at all? Why won’t the future automatons be alive? What is the fundamental difference between a mechanical structure, organic or inorganic, that imitates life and life itself? Is there any, virtual or real? If there is a difference, is it just some kind of authority who defines and differentiates between things? Perhaps then, someday, will be a powerful automaton the one who will define life, its unique life? Along these lines, a serious-funny book, take a look in a sample in http://goo.gl/rfVqw6 Just another mind leisure suggestion, far away from dogmas or axioms

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