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RE: Digital Transformation: From Atoms To Bits

in LeoFinance4 months ago

Digitization is an irreversible process and is increasing annually at an exponential rate.

My question is: where will we arrive at the end of this growth? Will Artificial Intellifence eventually replace man? (theory a bit extremist at the moment)

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My guess is that we continually merge with it as we have done. We already have artificial limbs which are increasing in capability sensitivity. Organs are starting to be replaced. Products such as pacemakers are in us and connected to the internet.

Over the next few decades, more of us will be blended together through the use of nanotechnology.

This will result in the evolutionary move toward us effectively being cyborgs although it won't mirror what we see in the films.

Eventually our brains will be connected to the "global brain" to provide instant knowledge about, well, anything.

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Asimov's science fiction books speak very well of the process of transforming man into a machine.

As you said yourself, some organs today are replaced with prostheses that guarantee the same function.

the next step is to create brain prostheses and there the first problems will arise.

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the next step is to create brain prostheses and there the first problems will arise.

It think it looks more like brain augmentation. BCI will basically erase the difference between our physical brains and the internet ie world's knowledge base.

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