Dystopian Times: The Rise Of The Cyborgs, A New Form Of Life Soon To Be Among Us – And Everyone Knows It

Last updated on June 20th, 2023 at 09:48 am

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According to Geordie’s Rose “prophecy”, the A.I. will become sentient in 2027 thanks to its fully integration with Quantum computers.

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It means that we are currently witnessing the emergence of a new era, the era of the cyborgs. We are proud to already accept this new form of life among us.


Although these little machines are not sentient yet, they are taking human jobs one after another.
Janitors, surgeons, nurses, barmen, waiters, barbers, journalists, pigeons, dogs….

Imagine when robots’ intelligence becomes more like ours, and consider how many jobs they will take and the equal rights they will receive. It’s amazing to think about.
For example, I would be more likely to vote for political candidates who are cyborgs, since they would not have the ability to steal or act against the public’s interests.

The rise of AI is causing panic as it transforms the job market, and its impact is likely to reach catastrophic proportions in the coming years. As AI advances, some jobs may become obsolete, leaving thousands of people unemployed and without a future. However, the real terror lies in the transformation and replacement of jobs that will affect millions of professionals, including surgeons, lawyers, and even programmers.

The ways AI is likely to affect the jobs of tomorrow are numerous and terrifying. Automation of routine and repetitive tasks such as data entry, customer service, and manufacturing will lead to massive job losses. The hope of increased productivity may come at the cost of the social fabric and stability of society.

What’s more, AI will augment human abilities such as by providing decision support, improving accuracy, and enhancing creativity. Those workers lucky enough to retain their job will have to learn new skills to maintain productivity and workplace relevance. They will require re-skilling and upskilling, which may be unaffordable by the masses. Meanwhile, the few possessing the necessary skills will become more in demand, further widening the wealth gap between the haves and have nots.

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AI is also creating entirely new industries, such as autonomous vehicles, personalized medicine, and virtual assistants. While this may lead to job growth in these industries, it is increasing the skill gap and dividing the working class into those who are tech-savvy and those who are not.

It is time to brace ourselves for the worst. As AI continues to change the job market, workers must reskill and upskill to remain competitive. The need for lifelong learning and flexible education and training programs will increase as we strive to adapt and survive in this new and frightening world.

What about lawyers?

While there are some who believe that AI could eventually replace lawyers and judges, the reality is that it is highly unlikely to happen anytime soon. There are certain aspects of the legal profession that AI simply cannot replicate, such as empathy, judgment, and creativity. That being said, AI is already being used to assist lawyers in a number of ways. For example, some law firms are using AI to review and analyze contracts, saving both time and money. Others are using AI-powered chatbots to provide basic legal advice to clients. The use of AI in the legal profession is likely to increase in the coming years, but it is important to remember that it is a tool, not a replacement for human judgment. While AI can certainly assist lawyers and judges in their work, it cannot replace the crucial role that they play in our legal system. Furthermore, some argue that the introduction of AI into the legal field could actually lead to an increase in demand for human lawyers and judges. As AI becomes more prevalent, the need for experts who can ensure its ethical and responsible use will only increase, while AI is certainly transforming the legal profession, it is highly unlikely that it will replace lawyers and judges entirely. Instead, it will likely continue to be used as a tool to assist human professionals in their work.

There are some countries where AI is being used in an experimental capacity to assist with certain aspects of legal proceedings, but to my knowledge, there is no place in the world where AI is serving as the judge in civil cases or any other type of cases. The legal system requires a human judge to make decisions based on complex legal principles and weighing of evidence, which is not yet possible for AI to do independently. However, AI is being used in the legal profession to assist with tasks such as document review and legal research.

Recently we also have used it to fill complaints and denounces we sent to Magistrates, and we highly doubt that they will notice this.


Newly Emerging Digital Divide

There is another problem. Actually, in the poor areas of the western world, people do not even know how to use the internet properly. They don’t know what a URL is, where the URL bar is located, or how to search for information. A majority of low and middle-class individuals think that a social media platform like Facebook is the pinnacle of their connection with the world. Therefore, how can this gap or new digital divide be solved?

It is possible that the introduction of AI could create a new digital divide in society if it is not rolled out in an equitable manner. While AI has the potential to improve access to information and resources, it depends on individuals having the necessary skills and digital literacy to use it effectively.
In areas of the Western continents where people do not know how to use the internet, simply introducing AI without addressing the underlying skills gap could further marginalize these populations. In order to ensure that the benefits of AI are spread more equitably, it will be important to invest in digital skills training and education programs that enable individuals to use AI and other technologies effectively.


It is also important to consider the potential unintended consequences of AI adoption. For example, AI algorithms may incorporate biases or reinforce existing inequalities, creating a situation where certain individuals or communities are excluded from the benefits of AI. Addressing these issues will require a concerted effort by policymakers and technologists to ensure that AI is developed and deployed in an ethical and responsible manner.
To address the issue of the digital divide in poor areas of western worlds, it will require a concerted effort from a variety of stakeholders including governments, non-profit organizations, and the private sector. Some potential solutions include:

Investing in digital literacy programs and education to teach individuals how to use the internet and digital technologies effectively.

Expanding access to reliable and affordable internet service in underserved areas.

Developing technologies that are easier to use and more accessible to individuals with limited technical skills.

Supporting community organizations and local initiatives that can help bridge the digital divide at a grassroots level.

Overall, addressing the digital divide in poor areas of western worlds will require a multi-faceted and collaborative approach that takes into account the unique needs and challenges of different communities. Through concerted efforts, it is possible to create a more equitable and inclusive digital society that benefits everyone, but capitalism does not work this way, and everybody knows it.


AI has the potential to bridge the digital divide in society, there is a risk that it could actually create new divides if it is not rolled out in an equitable and responsible manner.
Ensuring that everyone has the necessary skills and access to use AI effectively will be crucial to realizing its full potential and creating a more inclusive and equitable society, but this is just utopia and everybody knows it.

At last not least : releasing AI robots to the public could lead Organized crime to reprogram these robots and use them as killers? AI is serving also in the armies and in future the cyborg army will be only army.


There is always a risk of misuse when any technology is released to the public, and AI robots are no exception. If AI robots were widely available, there is a possibility that criminal groups could attempt to reprogram them for use as killers or to carry out other illegal activities. This is a concern that has been raised by experts in the field, and there have been calls for regulation and oversight to mitigate these risks. For example, some have suggested that AI robots should be subject to similar regulations as firearms or other dangerous weapons, but this won’t help, and everybody knows it.

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