Wednesday, February 28, 2024
American University
A project of the Rev. James B. Simpson Fellowship at American University’s School of Communication

By the end of this century, most of the human race will have become cyborgs [part human, part machine]. The allure will be immortality. Machines will make breakthroughs in medical technology, most of the human race will have more leisure time, and we’ll think we’ve never had it better. The concern I’m raising is that the machines will view us as an unpredictable and dangerous species.

american-unversity
By the end of this century, most of the human race will have become cyborgs [part human, part machine]. The allure will be immortality. Machines will make breakthroughs in medical technology, most of the human race will have more leisure time, and we'll think we've never had it better. The concern I'm raising is that the machines will view us as an unpredictable and dangerous species.
— Louis Del Monte