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Does humanity really need to be improved Has our society gotten so bad that we need to make changes that will supposedly make it better There are definitely problems that need to be dealt with We have a lot of violence education problems as well as other crimes in our society but overall I feel that humanity is doing pretty well at this point in history The improvements that definitely need to be made are being worked on throughout our society The violence in our schools is a major problem that needs to be addressed Most people blame video games or music lyrics for corrupting the young minds and turning them into violent criminals I feel that the parents of these children are where the blame should actually be focused The parents should pay more attention to the lives of their children The changes proposed by Grant Fjermedal in his short story Artificial Intelligence are not even close to being good ideas I could not believe that a person could actually come up with the insane ideas that Fjermedal did He feels that we should all let a robot surgeon scan our brains and turn our minds into computer programs These computer programs would then be downloaded into a robotic body that the person chose before the surgery was performed This would supposedly give all humans eternal life We would also then be able to make backup copies of our minds or computer programs so that we could live our so-called lives or certain moments of them again and again making changes that we feel could improve them This really irritates me in a lot of different ways The fact that you would have to abandon your human body to enter into that of a robot is just frightening This instantly limits your sense of touch smell taste and sight What kind of a life would that be This also changes humanity If everyone in
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