I’m writing The Phantom Plan and articles related to it because of a need to focus on the evolution of technology. The United States government doesn’t regulate robotics like the firearm sector – allowing private companies to create machines with more power than automatic assault weapons.
Politicians don’t care about the technological evolution because they either have money invested in the stocks of the companies, or they’re too old to understand the adverse effects robotics will have on the future.
To be clear, the official “Laws of Robotics” written by a science fiction writer in the 1940s has become the playbook manual for A.I. creators. The “I, Robot” writer described “The Three Laws of Robotics” as such:
A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
A robot must obey the orders given by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
Let me state that again in another way: WE ARE IN THE YEAR 2022 AND TECHNOLOGY HAS NO REGULATION – THE UNOFFICIAL A.I. RULEBOOK IS WRITTEN BY ISAAC ASIMOV.
In reality, the laws are preset to govern over the creator’s own guidelines. A.I. is programed to abide by the rules of the human creator. The three laws have influenced most human creators, thus suggesting that robotics is compromised – no valid regulation program is available.
The United States government is entrusting private corporations with our future. Therefore, a worldwide campaign should be started similar to IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency). Inspections upon private corporations and details on registering the robotics are at the top of the list.
The campaign to regulate robotics starts with grassroots movements – as stated in The Phantom Plan – a future device (static flash) aimed at disarming A.I. will be created in the next ten years. If the government doesn’t regulate robotics, they shouldn’t restrict weapons aimed at targeting robotics.
What’s needed? An army of technologically savvy patriots who respect the robotic industries that don’t hinder our freedom but will reign hell on those who do. Want to join this fight? Our email list will keep you updated on the state of U.S. politics and the ever-growing robotics industry.
BTW: Robot dogs are coming to a neighborhood near you!