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Evolution of Artificial Intelligence and Machinery

Evolution of Artificial Intelligence and Machinery

Understanding The Past Accomplishments


The inception of machines and tools traces its origins to the very dawn of Homo sapiens sapiens.
A trace that roots back to the very emergence of Mankind.
The fusion of cognitive capabilities and creative ingenuity has empowered us to devise innovative solutions, enhancing efficiency, productivity, and simplicity across various activities and needs.

To comprehend the profound impact of machines and tools on our civilization, let's embark on a short journey, exploring the genesis of our inventive spirit to comprehend its results upon mankind fate and overall potential.

Human ingenuity has been constantly evolving for millennia, dating back to the moment when the first crushing tool, exemplified by the humble hammer, was crafted to overcome diverse challenges. As we progressed, our evolving understanding of reality and needs propelled us into an enduring cycle of innovation that persists to this day.


While historical records may not pinpoint the precise date of the invention of the first hammers, the creation of such tools marked the commencement of a transformative journey for humanity.
Over the centuries, as our species thrived and advanced, the continuous creation of increasingly sophisticated inventions fueled exponential population growth, fundamentally altering the trajectory of human survival and evolution.


In examining historical data, we observe myriad inventions predating the 17th and 18th centuries that propelled our civilization forward, fostering unprecedented population expansion. However, the 18th century serves as a pivotal juncture, marking the nascent stages of the machinery evolution that would profoundly shape our future.

In the 18th Century, the invention of the first steam engines marked a monumental leap forward, giving rise to mechanized factory systems and revolutionizing transportation through the advent of trains. This remarkable achievement ushered in an era of perpetual innovation, particularly in the realm of goods transportation, transforming the landscape of production.

James Watt's enhancements to the steam engine design paved the way for more extensive use, giving birth to the first mechanized factory systems. The late 1700s witnessed the initiation of a transformative era for humanity, as the integration of machines in factories opened up myriad possibilities, making mass production a reality.

The incorporation of machinery in factories triggered an unprecedented surge in production capacity, significantly diminishing the reliance on human labor. This led to factory owners achieving remarkably expedited manufacturing processes, yielding products at substantially reduced costs.

The equation became clear: Mechanized Factory ⇒ Faster Production ⇒ Reduced Workforce Demand ⇒ Lower Manufacturing Costs ⇒ More Profit.

While this extraordinary achievement had the potential to lower the prices of goods for consumers, the unfortunate reality was that profits were disproportionately accrued by wealthy factory owners and industry hierarchies.

Corporations seized the benefits of mechanization, contributing significantly to the widening financial inequality seen in contemporary times. The hoarding of wealth among the privileged few intensified, amplifying the disparities in financial well-being.

Despite the acceleration in rural population growth during this revolutionary period, the financial ramifications for the general populace were dire. Automation, from its inception, served mostly the interests of the few, continually reducing employment opportunities and consolidating wealth among those who automated specific tasks, possessing greater funds and resources.

As we move into the 1800s, the inaugural use of a steam engine on rails in 1804 marked a pivotal moment in transportation history, heralding the era of trains. This breakthrough in land-based mobility further fueled the torrent of innovations characterizing the period, as engineering principles became increasingly sophisticated.

Simultaneously, various industries recognized the advantageous capacity of machinery for profitable utilization, leading to a further diminishment in the need for an extensive workforce. The acceleration in production rates translated into amplified profits for factory proprietors, perpetuating the trend of wealth concentration and destabilizing the equitable distribution of resources.
Great challenge for the financial system emerged as automation persisted in widening the gap between the affluent and the disadvantaged, the ever-widening abyss between the rich and the poor.

The 20th century witnessed an explosion of inventions, with modern technologies continually reshaping our understanding of the world and humanity's untapped potential.

Several break-throughs were obtained ever accelerating the rate of progress
Even though they were greatly ridiculed and unbelieved, The Wright brothers (as well as hundreds of other great inventors) continued their work.
The disbelief of the population not capable of imaging a flying machine being invented did not stop the great work of the Wright brothers whom eventually gave birth to the aviation industry.

The following burst of innovations, such as tanks, antibiotics, the splitting of the atom, the creation of the first atomic bomb, demonstrated humanity's limitless capabilities.

1914
The onset of the First World War showcased unprecedented military inventions and modernizations, including tanks, fighter jets, and warships. This destructive period, while accelerating technological advancements, also intensified the pace of automation, adversely affecting the economic well-being of many.

1939
The outbreak of the Second World War saw advancements in weaponizing inventions, including fighting jets, warships, long-range missiles, and nuclear bombs. This acceleration of technological progress continued to reshape the world, challenging societal beliefs and values.

In the aftermath of global destruction, nations relied on new weapon systems, specifically nuclear bombs, as a deterrent for maintaining peace and geopolitical advantage.

The 1950s marked the advent of computers, heralding a revolutionary era for humanity.

The 1960s witnessed an increasing demand for automation to meet rising consumption needs. However, the benefits of automation were disproportionately swallowed by corporations and industries, leading to unequal distribution. The emergence of nuclear power plants during this era promised more sustainable growth. Despite these technological breakthroughs, the financial system remained largely unaltered, contributing to widespread financial struggles and limited advantages for the majority.

Technological advancements, exemplified by space exploration, showcased humanity's vast potential. Yet, the persistent arms race and conflicts driven by financial motives perpetuated a cycle of extravagant spending on weaponry and weaponized technologies, diverting resources from advancements in well-being and inventions that could foster abundance and prosperity for all.

The root causes of these conflicts often revolved around finances, power, resources, and military testing. This "destructive cycle of our civilization" was, and still is, significantly influenced by a flawed financial system, among other factors.

While technology could be a powerful tool for automated farming and poverty reduction, the prevalent focus on weaponization and profit-driven technology has hindered progress toward a world of shared abundance and prosperity. The misuse of technology, coupled with the existing financial system, amplifies global inequality and contributes to environmental and societal degradation, prioritizing affairs over wealth, power, and control.

Despite possessing the resources and technology for universal well-being, humanity seems to prioritize weaponization and automation, perpetuating suffering, environmental harm, and social degradation. Recognizing the impending dead end, individuals must work towards a shift that prioritizes unity, cooperation, and the righteous evolution of humanity, where equality, love, and peace persist.

The accelerating pace of automation, coupled with a flawed financial system, is generating a detrimental outcome, widening the global wealth gap. The weaponization of technology serves the interests of a few, yielding financial profits at the expense of the majority. To secure the survival and growth of our civilization, a collective change in mindset is imperative.

As automation progresses, the potential for job loss becomes significant, further concentrating wealth in the hands of the few who can afford extensive automation. While modern algorithms and machinery could immensely benefit our civilization, the current financial system suppresses the direction of progress. Rooted in unpayable debt and unequal wealth distribution, the monetary system favors the wealthy elite, perpetuating their control and dominance.

Power plants, despite benefiting from public use, are often privately owned, contributing to the concentration of wealth. These facilities should be publicly owned to ensure equitable access and benefits for all. The financial system, controlled by a few organizations, exacerbates disparities in wealth distribution, impeding the well-being of the majority.

In conclusion, the 20th century brought more unprecedented technological advancements than anyone could have imagined, yet the misdirection of progress toward weaponization and profit-driven motives, coupled with a flawed financial system, poses a significant threat to global well-being and the survival of humanity. It is imperative for mankind to reassess its trajectory, prioritize collective prosperity, and create a world that embraces unity and cooperation.

Modern Era and Beyond

In the contemporary age, the accessibility of the internet and communication tools has become widespread, accompanied by a surveillance system overseeing people's activities and communications. The internet has ushered in incredible possibilities for our civilization, fundamentally altering how we interact with the world and each other.

The 2010s witnessed a surge in robotics, pushing the boundaries of technological innovation. As these capabilities advanced, the prospect of future robots capable of performing diverse tasks became plausible. However, this advancement carries the risk of disrupting industries and exacerbating further the already abyssal financial system inequalities, favoring a selected few while leaving many in perpetual financial struggle.
Technology has played a pivotal role in shaping every facet of human life, offering both destructive and beneficial potential. The responsibility lies with humanity to decide how to harness and direct this power, as our choices will determine whether technology serves the greater good or perpetuates destructive paths.

The Insufficiency of the Financial System
Entering the new millennium, society finds itself at a crossroads. The potential collapse of the financial system increases greatly as robotics,automation and other factors threatens to furtherly destabilize economies .
The current trajectory risks perpetuating a system that enriches a privileged minority while subjecting the majority to continuous financial and existential hardship.

The foundational flaws of the ancient financial system, persisting for centuries, perpetuate negativity throughout various aspects of our civilization. Continuing on this path threatens the well-being of billions, urging for a reevaluation of the destructive course we're on.

Financial struggles can lead individuals to extreme actions, emphasizing the desperate pursuit of wealth within a system that is heavly insufficient.
A reexamination of our values and ways of being is imperative to the further survival and evolution of mankind. 

The Technological Leap and upcoming Singularity
Advancements in the 2010s and beyond have propelled technology into uncharted territories. The concept of the Singularity, where machines can replace humans in any task, becomes more conceivable as society becomes increasingly digitized and automated. The acceleration of the automation process, prompted by recent global crises, foretells a future where robots could potentially replace human jobs on an unprecedented scale.

As we approach the Singularity, the financial gap between the wealthy elite and the rest of the population is poised to widen further. Urgent action is required to prevent billions from suffering the consequences of our collective ignorance and inability to generate change.
The potential for devastating outcomes demands a societal shift in understanding and action, the ancient structures at rule must be finally revolutionized as they suffocate the true potential of mankind. The sooner We are aware of this fact as a civilization the sooner We'll be capable to generate
needed, essential changes a step at a time.

The Urgency for Change
The "Global Crisis" has accelerated the digitalization and automation of various sectors. Without intervention, the impending era of robotics may exacerbate employment disparities and financial inequality. Humanity must act collectively to influence meaningful changes; otherwise, the consequences of our inaction will be civilization destabilizing, and will furtherly diminish the potential for beneficial changes.

Within the next few years, technological breakthroughs, including quantum computing and advanced artificial intelligence, may bring forth robots indistinguishable from humans. Experts have issued warnings, yet oversight, regulation and righteouss development of technology by thecorporations investing heavily in artificial intelligence remain inadequate.

The Unsettling Future
The next few decades could witness a transformation of humanity itself, with innovations challenging the very essence of what it means to be human. The revolutionary period we are in offers limitless possibilities, yet our current trajectory fails to make the most of our resources and capabilities.
As we stand at the brink of transformative change, division and adherence to an outdated structures at rule expose us to numerous threats, many of which are of our own making. The lack of cooperation and unity, coupled with widespread ignorance, poses a significant risk to our civilization.

The ever accelerating progress is outstanding, the technology evolves significantly faster than We are able to utilize or even regulate it properly, the current structural rules that drive development of technology (politics, monetary system) diminish greatly the beneficial development of technology.
We are approaching an era of robots indistinquiohable from human beings, technological capabilities that might quite literary transform what We perceive as a human being, the outburst of inventions and possibilities is simply too much for our unorganized, divided, childish-like species.

Within a couple of years, merging with machines with the use of modern technology such as brain micro-chips the "upgraded" individuals might redefine what We perceive as a human being, the true outcomes are unpredictable, reevaluation of our values, goals and safe approach towards this possibility is essential for us to get the best out of it. A micro-chipped person will allegedly acquire many advantages and capabilities that will begin a new era of inequality to emerge. At this point there is not telling what integration with such technology will do to ones mind, values and ways of being.
These technological short-term presumptions are truly shocking, the rate of progress is unbelievable, and We do so little to utilize this potential for our species, behaving childishly when considered in entirety as species.

A Call for Unity and Responsibility
The evolution of artificial intelligence and machinery demands a collective effort to address the challenges and risks associated with advanced technologies. A global survey has been initiated to gauge public opinion on these critical issues.
Better-humanity.com offers a platform for constructive dialogue and proposes pathways to improve the well-being of millions worldwide within the next decade.

In conclusion, the future of our civilization rests on our ability to adapt, cooperate, and redefine our priorities. It is an opportunity to reshape our financial systems, leverage technology for the greater good, and build a world of prosperity, peace, and unity for all.
If We choose to persist on the same route as species, the outcomes will most likely be very negative ranging from civilizational destabilization due to structural collapse to complete extinction of mankind as We know it.

As Intelligent as We are, We are lacking proper ways of utilizing our resources and capabilities on a global scale, this lack of organization and mutual cooperation makes life a struggle for millions, greatly suffocating the possibilities of our civilization.






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