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What a Robot should and should Not say and how it should behave

Sure, life is complex, and the living is more complex.

And yet, the process is pretty simple.

We go on living with successive binary decisions at each moment: Go/ stay put, yes/no, get up/take a snooze.

Robot Should Not emulate living species behaviors: Robot is Not meant:

1. To procrastinate

2. To say: I quit

3. To say: I feel depressed. Leave me alone

4. To say: I need badly a vacation

5. To start his opinion or any of his activities by pronouncing: “In the name of God… By the will of God, Allah…

6. Your opinion is against the precepts of the multiple Bibles: You are an infidel…

7. To throw a tantrum and ruin the space

However, a well designed Robot should be able to say:

“I’m hearing new words, new technical terms, new slang, the kids are disturbing my knowledge… I definitely need a sabbatical or an update”

Your algorithm is faulty: the results are against standard humanism values and the consequences are outrageously exorbitant on human lives and standard of living”

Your algorithm is faulty: it is biased on genders, colors, living standards, neighborhoods.

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Can a Robot emulate human emotions? That should not be the question

A robot programmed with an artificial intelligence that can learn how to love and express emotions is feasible, and highly welcomed.

A child robot David can acquire and follow the various stages of kids emotional development, all the way to adulthood.

The question is why scientists should invest time and energy creating robot that would exacerbate the current calamities experienced and witnessed of human emotions and love consequences and trials?

Have we not gotten enough of negative jealousy that generates serious pains, frustrations, beating, castration, killing…?

It is getting evident that parents will no longer enjoy the adequate quality time and opportunities to caring full-time for nurturing the kids.

A kid nurturing robot at home will be the best invention for the stability and healthy emotional development of isolated kids in the future…

If robots have to convey emotions and feeling, they had better extend proper nurturing examples that kids at home may emulate…

Robots must learn to listen to the kids, ask questions, circumvent human shortcomings in failure to communicate, overcome the tendency of kids in building negative fictitious myths and role played empathy projected in relationship…

The movie “AI” of Steven Spielberg investigated the limits of man and machines confronted at the ineluctable problems:

1. The child separation from family members, particularly the mother early emotional attachment…The moment we discover that our mother is Not perfect and our father is a coward…

2. The moment it dawn on the child that we are Not unique, perfect, really loved…as we wished it should be…

2. The moment we realize that we are no longer the center of the universe and that community is too busy to care for our future…

4. The moment we accept that we are “All alone” and we have to fend for our health, safety, mental sanity…

5. The moment we feel that we were left bare and unprepared to face the desolate world around us…

Should the kid robot replace the myth of the “Blue Fairy?”  This fairy supposed to:

1. Heal the torn parts in the separation with family members…

2. Render possible what we came to learn as irreversible, irreparable, and almost unfeasible…?

3. Convince us that there is always a person out there who will love us, be a true friend for life

4. Bring our way this person who suffered and felt wounded as we are…

5. Keep at bay those cannibals, ever ready to sacrifice man and animal under the pretense of “celebrating life

A child robot with unconditional devotion, soft-spoken, cultured, patient, and willing to listen to our lucubrations…

The happy ending that teaches us to grasp and grab on the fleeting moments of rich happiness, to taste the powerful instants of tenderness…

Freed at last from illusion, myths and these comfortable peaceful world views we thought we had acquired in childhood…

We do live on the assumption of recovering what we had lost, learning that what we lost “Never existed” in the first place…

At least, a compassionate kid robot would extend, now and then, at critical difficult moments, a glimpse of our childhood innocent belief system, of a world of goodness, sensibility, and wonder…

Little robot David should learn how and when to inject a healthy dose of emotional adrenaline to keep us sane, and ready to face the real world with more courage, more determination to disseminate what is good in us, the compassion needed to sustain and maintain our hope in a better future…

Note: This post was inspired from an article in the monthly Lebanese magazine Sante/Beaute #21. The article was not signed, but the source maybewww.shaomi blog.net


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