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    It will be a long long way before we are finish with a 99% true human robot, complete with emotions, pain (sensors), self contain energy supply (food).
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    Out of curiosity, why would we WANT a human robot?

    I mean, why make a robot that emulates humans exactly? It's kind of pointless, we already have 5 billion humans who emulate humans as exactly as is possible.

    The goal of any machine is to be different from human -- machines can't be bored, or dissatisfied, or lazy, etc. Why would we WANT a machine to have these traits?

    Making a machine completely human would be rather silly -- HUMANS already fill the need for humanlike creatures. What we need are machines to do things we CAN'T do, or don't want to do.

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    >>>I mean, why make a robot that emulates humans exactly? It's kind of pointless, we already have 5 billion humans who emulate humans as exactly as is possible.

    FUNNY! LOL. Some of them don't emulate humans very well though.
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    The V. >>> why would we WANT a human robot?

    Indeed.


    Betazep >>> Some of them don't emulate humans very well though

    VERY well said. Isn't that a shame. I think humanity could be SO good together if we stopped fighting amongst ourselves. What a waste. Criminal really.

    Sorry, bit of a issue with me...
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    Creating a "perfect" robot and cloning humans are synonims.
    That's my opinion.

    An intelligent machine will gain more and more information, and, at a certain point, he will surely ask: "Who am I?" (read Asimov!)
    The same will be (is?) true for human clones.

    Mankind will have to create new laws for these creatures, and a way to control them.

    I'm nearly sure, army will be (is?) first involved in these experiments, to create new powerful weapons, kinda perfect killing machines.

    I think, the perfect AI will be the next step in terran evolution, and the end of humanity as well. Once created, AI will escape from control.

    Only fiction? Hope so!

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