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#060 Intera: War, Work and Sex with Robots - Remaining Human in the Future with Robots in Society

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In the near future, there will be a society where we all live among robots. They will be utilised for war, work and sex. In this future, we will need to reexamine how to maintain our human dignity. War without mobilizing humans can either turn us more vicious as we aren't the ones pulling the t
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In the near future, there will be a society where we all live among robots. They will be utilised for war, work and sex. In this future, we will need to reexamine how to maintain our human dignity. War without mobilizing humans can either turn us more vicious as we aren't the ones pulling the trigger. Needless to say about work; we are already experiencing the replacement for humans for robotic automation. Sex is a big concern, which I think may end our human civilization. How do we maintain our humanity among all of this radical change without us knowing how to prepare for this future? Am I being pessimistic or should I be having a different perspective. In this episode, I speak with Joshua K. Smith, a pastor and independent researcher who has written a book called Robotic Person - Our Future with Social Robots. We discuss what it is to be human in this time of age where we see this driving force to replace humans with more efficient and productive robots. Through his early adulthood serving for the country in the military, he has seen a different side of humanity and made him examine the ethical value of living with this human creation. Here in this episode we talk about;- What made Joshua Smith the man who he is today- Does robotic warfare dehumanize war- Radical shift in the way we look at jobs- How do we ready our philosophical way of life- Will sexbots end human civilizationGuest: Joshua Smith (Website)Host: Takatoshi Shibayama (LinkedIn | Twitter)Music: ShowNing (Website)
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