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Human in 2040

Humans are Machines

Technology vs. Biology

Savant Born vs Acquired

Next Generation of Life ...

Text is not human

Were you taught this at school

Money vs You

Convergence of communi...

Life Fractions

Life is a race

4 phase of Life

Life is AWESOME

Various uses of a cell ...

Miniaturization in 10 Years

Portability makes a ...

Portability makes a ... 2

Human vs Machine
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In fact, the primitive human may be the wonderful machines engineered by Gods at the peak of their technological development in a similar evolution as of today, that's why we regard God as our creator. If this is true, then with no offense to God, we may be the hybrids of God and Human and have been created to take development into new heights than God did.

Hence, when the human-machine hybrids start ruling the earth in about 200 years from now (and pure humans gradually disappear), they will say, "humans created us", and they will take this technological development into newer heights.

Then is God same to us now what we will become to robots in the future?
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We design machines to do certain operations. We are actually intelligent machines that are capable to perform far advanced tasks than the machines we have created so far. It must be noted here that the machines we create in the future will be able to do tasks comparable to us.


More processing power, improving sensors, computer vision, speech recognition, artificial intelligence, self-awareness etc. are evolving in computers, just the way humans evolved. One day, computers may be self-programmable too and will also be able to reproduce themselves and further "evolve" once we give them sufficient "thinking" capability.


A future robot will be able to reproduce similar robots in the factory. With advancement in nano-technology, in the far future, robots will probably "grow" as we do. Just the way plants reproduce through pollination, birds, fishes, amphibians and insects through eggs, and humans and animals through conception, robots may also follow some programmed trigger to reproduce themselves.


If you are still thinking that our system works so perfectly that only nature (or God, depending upon your belief) could have created it (like food we eat being digested, our antibodies and self-healing mechanism, functions of organs like heart, lungs, liver and kidneys), then think of a self-aware AI controlled cars of the future – how it might think about the functions of its engine, control system, filters, and sensors. Add to it a self-repairing system and you have a machine equivalent to the human system.
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With input, processing, output, and all sorts of sensors, humans (and other animals as well) are very well designed autonomous robots with the capacity to think, plan and perform, to feel, learn and contribute. We are also programmable in the sense that the tasks we do regularly over time makes us remember the process details in such a way that we do not need to do any thinking to perform such tasks once we "mechanically" learn them.
For example, your fingers automatically move without having to stress your brain when you type on the keyboard, you don't have to "consciously" move your hand to your mouth when you eat, and there may be many other routine things that you do "automatically".
This means, we do not need to use our brain when the body itself gains the capability.

An orb-webspider may be a perfect example of its bodily capability of making web from information stored in its genes, without having to learn the skill as a fisherman would have to for making a net.

Plants are our perfect companion to intake carbon dioxide and give back oxygen – maintaining a balance in the atmosphere. How can such a system just "evolve" out of carbon cells? It needs intricate design details, much complex than humans can even comprehend. So the theorists who do not believe in evolution theory argue that the whole universe must be a grand design of a super intelligent being.

The amazing capabilities of savants also indicate that humans may have some kind of "storage system" in the brain that is not accessible to all of us – isn't it possible that something or somebody is accessing all these stored information from our brain all the time?
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If we are the creation of an intelligent designer, then at our current state, we cannot imagine the level of intelligence and capacity of this designer. Not only its intelligence, but also we cannot comprehend its size, its life-span, its speed of doing work, etc. Most scientists on earth think that water and air are two vital life sustaining elements – but I think we need to be able to imagine that “living” out there in space could be quite different than life on earth. Therefore, to me, what scientists are researching for is to look for life similar to ours only, whereas, there could be life-forms which are quite different than ours own.

We have created mechanical devices like cars and aircrafts that run on fossil fuel. But we have also created mobiles and PCs that run on electricity and batteries. If in future mobiles and PCs become autonomous and self conscious, and develop capacity to reproduce as well, they will have a feeling of life. By that time, cars and aircrafts may also equally advance, and a PC may be able to comprehend that a car is also a life-form similar to it created by human. Therefore, we may not only transform ourselves into robots, but may enable other forms of machines also to think and reproduce. That could be next generation of life-forms.

Like birds, aircrafts can also fly. Like birds, they cannot keep on flying forever. They have to land back on ground and get refueled. Like fishes, a submarine can stay under water. Like amphibians, ships and boats can float on water.

Like us, robots can live on ground. Like cheetahs, a racing car can run fast. Like an elephant, a truck can baffle others vehicles with its size.
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One third of our life is gone sleeping and doing other regular chores like using the restroom, taking shower, brushing teeth, eating, etc. If we expect to live 75 years, then that is our precious 25 years taken from life.

Similarly, 2 days holiday every week is equivalent to 21 years in 75 years, out of which, we still spend one third in sleeping. So that is 14 years of life. These two account for more than half of our life (52%).

The whole childhood and adolescence that we spend in education and training accounts for 25 years of our life. Cutting out sleeping time and holidays, that is effectively 12 years (16%). All these years, we are taught how and what to write in exam. How to build a successful career is a very little discussed topic, and how to lead a good life is almost never mentioned.

Then we start our professional career at the age of 25 to 30 years, and it lasts for around 35 years. Subtracting sleeping time and holidays, effectively, our career time covers 17 years of our life (22%). The remaining 10% is accounted for socializing, retirement, dressing, cooking, organizing, etc.

Spending so much of time in education and training in hope for a good career is ridiculous. The time, effort and money invested in education is totally unjustifiable. Moreover, education doesn’t give us much of the career skills.

Therefore, the schooling time should be shortened and the curriculum must include career skills as well as life skills. Education should not be taken as a means for seeking a job, but for leading a better life.
DOS » Windows » Windows 95 » 98 » ME » XP » Vista » 7
DR DOS = » extinct
Mac OS, Unix, Linux = » variation and evolution of OS
Various word processors / some are extinct
Graphics software of various capacities for different needs ... and their evolved versions ...
and many more
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Like technology, biology also had exponential growth in evolution of species. With different DNA codes leading to different types of species, lifeforms are also analogous to operating systems and computer software.
Unfit lifeforms become extinct and existing lifeforms continuously evolve to their next versions, with slight modifications in their DNA codes.
Modern life is a race to the top of the pyramid, primarily of money, power and fame. This race has been sustainable so far because of population growth and increasing competition for the top spot.

Unfortunately, more than half the population of the world at the bottom of the pyramid never realize that they are in this race. Throughout their life, they just struggle for their survival.
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Those who realize that they are in this race, but do not have the self confidence or capacity to succeed, on the other hand, resort to unethical means to climb up the pyramid.

As the earth’s resources are depleting, the priorities of the people are now changing. This changing priority and fear of crisis may very soon be a strong enough force that will imbalance this race of life.
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Despite spending 16% of our life in educating ourselves, we still need to learn a lot after coming out of school, before we start to earn sufficiently. No matter how much one earns, some people never find it enough, and continue earning by one means or the other until they die.

However, some do realize after their mid-life that they were indeed in a wrong race and try to find the meaning of life by returning back to the society through charity and teaching.

Which phase are you in?
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Math is so amazing, yet at schools we are taught it in such a way that we find no clue of what we are doing and why we are doing it.

Look at the mathemagician at TED, for example. How interestingly he finds the square of any number mentally, faster than we can using a calculator.
http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/arthur_benjamin...

If you carefully examine the geometric shape for finding the square of any number, you will easily realize that the same concept can also be used for multiplication purpose. For example, if you need to multiply 94 by 98 instead, while the column remains same, you change the row to 90 + 8 segment, giving you an answer of 8100 + 90 x 4 + 90 x 8 + 8 x 4 = 9212.
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