Humans Were Probably Happier in The Matrix. Study Says Humans Prefer Robot Overlords
Aug 26, 2014 11:44
According to researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL), humans actually prefer to take orders from robots. If so, then Neo's efforts in freeing everyone was all for naught. Everyone was happier before he lifted the veil.
MIT says that with more robot control, it leads to greater efficiency
But stopping bullets with your mind is super fun.
Would we be happier taking orders from a creepy looking artificial intelligence? What say you?
The answer could be...no?
The research was conducted to understand how to gain the support of human workers who will use technology.
The goal of the research was to show that a balance between robot control and human supervision would result in greater team productivity and humans' acceptance of the robots.
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