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January 1, 2020

What If Robots Revolt?

What If Robots Revolt?

If robots take place and their revolution does not last long, because they will collapse or collide with a wall, the robots never function perfectly.

What people don’t pay attention to, is that when they imagine a (Terminator) scenario where a robot stands triumphant over a mountain of human skull, it is difficult to keep your feet on something as unstable as a mountain of skulls, most humans will fail to do this, though they Spend their life by practicing walking without getting stuck, and we are aware of the continuous technological development, but we still have a long way to go.

Therefore, instead of imagining the usual scenario of a robotic revolution, we will assume that our current machines have turned against us, and we will not assume that there is any technological progress from what exists today, but rather only imagine all of our robots have been reprogrammed to attack us recklessly using their technology.

We'll look at glimpses of what the robotics revolution would look like:
In laboratories and around the world, experimental robots will jump off their platforms in massive wrath and then head to the door with a massive collision that will land.

Fortunately for some robots, they have organs that can move a door fist, or the door may open for them, but they have to wrestle with a rubber doorstep before they can reach the hallway.

After several hours, the vast majority of them will find the vast majority of them at nearby toilets, desperately trying to annihilate what they have known as human beings but in reality, they are only an automatic dispenser of toilet paper.

But laboratory robots are only a small part of the revolution. There are computers around us everywhere, so what about the machines closest to us? Can cell phones turn against us?

The answer is yes, but its options are limited, you may be able to consume the credit card balance, but our bank accounts are under the control of computers, not phones, and so it may be an obstacle to its revolution.

The role of mobile phones will be limited to attacking us directly, by annoying us, but their ability to harm is limited, their annoying buzz and noise. Kitchen tables around the world will be shaken when all phones are shaking, hoping to work this way until they reach the edge and lie on one's toe.

All modern cars have computer systems, so they may, in turn, join the revolution. But most cars are parked, and even if they can control some features, they are without a human being behind the wheel, they will remain helpless, yet these cars have no idea where to go.

Even if you have the desire to run us over, you will not know how to reach us, so it is worth it to rush recklessly and hope to collide with something of importance, this thing will most likely be just another car, tree or even a lighting pole.

Cars on the road will pose a greater danger, but only for those insides, which raises a question for us, how many people drive their cars in a specific time in time? Americans drive 3 trillion cars a year, at an average of 30 mph, which means that at any moment there is an average of 10 million cars on the road in the United States of America.

So the 10 million drivers (and a few million pedestrians) will be vulnerable, but they will have several options to respond forcefully, while cars have the ability to control the pedal and the steering system, but the driver still controls the steering wheel, which enables him to mechanically control the wheels of the car, as well as It, can raise manual brakes, and some cars may try to disable the driver by operating the airbags, but in the end, our cars will play a big role but it will not threaten the fate of humanity.

Our biggest robots are those in factories, but they are screwed to walls and walls, most of which may pose a danger if you come across a foot from them, but what do you do once everyone flees? All you can do is collect things or cut or scatter them without creating any significant danger.

Combat robots that are used by advanced armies can pose the greatest danger, but as long as you are in your home, they will not be able to reach you and if they do, it is enough for you to pour water on the floor to break them.

Now let's talk about the robots used to get rid of bombs. Their number is very limited around the world, the vast majority of them are kept in closed boxes or warehouses, and if any armed robot for military purposes is found loose and out of control, it can simply be restored by several firefighters.

As for drones, their presence in the air leaves them free to act, but their fuel will soon be executed, as is the case with their limited number of missiles, while those that are parked will be helplessly behind the doors of their warehouses.

What about the nuclear arsenal?
In theory, there is a human intervention to launch nuclear weapons, but in practice, computers are able to evade and launch nuclear missiles themselves. This is not our end, we still have a ray of hope.

We have so far assumed that computers want to destroy us and showcase glimpses of this scenario, but if we consider it to be a revolution, in the end, they should control us instead of destroying us if they want to survive, and nuclear weapons pose an even greater threat to them than they do to us.

In addition to the destruction, nuclear explosions generate electromagnetic impulses that will play a role in destroying all electronic circuits, and since we are in the same places with the rest of the machines, it will be impossible for us to destroy them without destroying themselves.

Perhaps nuclear weapons will bring us to the edge, but if we can throw one of them into the upper atmosphere, then electromagnetic pulses will have a huge impact, and even if their attack on our civilizations wipes out, some lucky strikes on our part or some failures on their part are enough to wipe them out of existence.

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