I just want to point out what should be obvious — the robots are going to be pretty bad at most things for another ten years (pretty good at calculator-type things or image recognition, and starting to get good at speech recognition for some time, but not much else), but “all of a sudden” it will change, and when it does, the humans will “discover”, amazingly (although it should be blindingly self-evident), that they are second, and robots first. And it will happen in our lifetime. And it will be a sudden massive shift — five years or less — and robots will suddenly be immensely superior to humans, not just equal. How you can continue to ignore that in the face of obvious evidence to the contrary is beyond my pay grade — I’m just reporting the facts as I see them, and they’re CRYSTAL CLEAR.

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