However, the vast majority of people see robots and AI technologies as a threat to them because they can take their jobs away.
A Chinese video circulating on social media shows a nurse who got angry and smashed the robot after it replaced her at work.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin in the United States have studied the phenomenon of human anger towards a robot.
Researchers believe that introducing hate crimes against robots can be an effective way to limit potential harm in the event that humans destroy robots, especially those operating in sensitive locations.
They believe that failure to hold bot attackers accountable may lead to the spread of this phenomenon in the future, threatening multiple industries and resulting in huge material and economic losses.
The research paper concluded that the development of robots in positions higher than humans will exacerbate the hostility between machine and human being, which requires intervention and a deep understanding of the nature of the feelings generated by the presence. of the robot in our lives.
In this context, a consultant psychiatrist, Dr. Osama Al-Nuaimi, said:
GPT chat is just an add-on language and there is nothing to worry about. The story of the media image of the machine and its dangers is what raised fear among people, noting that this same machine saved the lives of many people, and the earthquake in Turkey was one of them. the witness. There should be a cap on the tasks robots have to perform that they cannot exceed. We have to work to adapt the machine to our advantage.
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