The development of technology makes it possible for people to assume that every work to be done can be that easy.
Since there are already many machines that can perform human tasks, the activities of human can be more dependent on these said factors. The machines are aids of people by which we can really make improvements with our work in a faster and easier way. There could be many different ways a machine will help a person just that it may give an easy task for the operator. Usually, machines are used in companies that aim to have a good number of products like for soda products and the like.
In this century, of course the use of machines already reached its highest utility and that is to provide the operators, producers and consumers the satisfaction because of the end products they give. There seems to be a query about these machines that it is the main focus of the book that is being reviewed and that is the book entitle “The Age of Spiritual Machines” by which a girl named Molly plays the very important role with the realization and analysis of the use, advantages and disadvantages of having so many machines that it makes it plausible to a kind that can understand what we really feel inside.There might be some kind of machine that could interpret us with our moods and facial expressions.
According to one review that I have looked on to, a machine that is created from the book can substitute a human being’s presence in times of trouble or sadness. It can already predominate and can make human existence negligible since the creation of its data bases can also make them capable of reproducing their kinds that it will make a conflicting situation with the true humans.Honestly, I do not find it a good thing to have machines that can give you the comfort that a human being needs. There could be times that we are busy with our own businesses but it is still significant that we are able to interact with the true human beings who have the true emotions we need with our communication. Robots and machines in my perspectives are only artificial beings that will also give artificial products such what is said in the book.
Upon reading almost the other chapters of the book, I can say that the author wants to find something that could erase his frustrations in life that human can not erase and he found that creating these machines will be a good way of answering that need. There can always be times that we are hurt by our fellows but I think it is not enough to reason out that other people cause us bad emotions since they too also help us to become happy and perhaps it is also with our decisions that we are happy with our own lives.God has given us the intelligence since he so much love us, but it is not right that we outlaw it and we want to play gods ourselves by creating some things that exceeds our humanness. It is enough that we enjoy the obstacles of our lives since we can always have other factors to make it a meaningful one. Perhaps the trials that we are experiencing at the moment are just building blocks for a stronger personality.Having new machines that will have the same emotions like ours is threatening since we can mistake them as humans and in turn might fall in love with those artificial creations and to a point that we will be making love with a machine that has a tendency to explode due to over use and the like.
It is still important that we give other people a chance to be there for us in times of trouble. Let us not be so genius that we are already violating His laws. The reason why we are living in this world is to serve Him and become His disciples and not to gain and gather our own disciples who will idolize us.
The existence of machines that will help us make our tasks easier is not bad, but the indulgence that we get from having them is something that should be avoided. We are human beings and not gods to want a higher power in the society. Besides, having these machines more intelligent than us can already make us nonexistent since they can already have the ability to outnumber us, soon!ReferenceQuinn, Neil. The Age of Spiritual Machines. 2007. Retrieved 3 February 2008 from http://www.
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