The Struggle of AI: Euphoria and Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

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Since the dawn of civilization, humans have harnessed technology to improve their lives and shape the world around them. However, with every advancement comes new challenges and potential for destruction. In this blog post, we’ll explore the dual nature of technology throughout history, highlighting both its benefits and drawbacks.

The Stone Age:
The Stone Age marked the beginning of human technological innovation. Stone tools enabled early humans to hunt, gather food, and protect themselves from predators. However, these same tools could also be used as weapons, leading to violence and conflict between individuals and groups.

The Agricultural Revolution:
The development of agriculture brought about significant advancements in human civilization. Farming allowed societies to grow and prosper, leading to the formation of complex communities and the rise of cities. Nevertheless, the shift towards a sedentary lifestyle resulted in increased susceptibility to disease, the exploitation of resources, and social hierarchies based on land ownership and control.

The Bronze and Iron Ages:
In the Bronze and Iron Ages, a revolution took place in metalworking. This technological advancement enabled people to create…



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