Sometimes I have to remind my Self that this place also belongs to the next generations! Becoming-Human?
If we take into consideration the real robots like Asimo technically one of world’s most cutest and advanced humanoid robot and Roomba known for the famous vacuum cleaners and also used for defense and security for public safety and military mission. I come to a conclusion that both do not give us as much fear as the hero of the big screens “Terminator”.
With my vocabulary I do not intend at all to encourage fear or something similar. I continue to believe that behind any machine will always be the intentions of a human mind. Following this principle are machines becoming humans or rather the humans who are becoming machines.
Steve Jobs, in 1994, talking about his perspective on life:
“Everything around you that you call life, was made up by people that were no smarter than you.” And you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use.
Why should we care about future generations?
The most ignorant way to answer: They’re nothing to us. They don’t even exist yet, and we’ll be dead by the time they do. We may care about the closest ones such as our kids or grandkids, but why bother about anyone beyond that? The argument and the logic are just fine. We do not have in any way to define the needs of the next generations. The reality is, if we did not have knowledge whatsoever about a specific class of beings, in that case we could not define or know what was good or bad for them and also we would not have any basis upon which to act responsibly towards them. I strictly argue that this is the most important issue of my discourse and also where everything can start. I perfectly understand that we live in a capitalist world in which human and materialistic interests are above all things.