The singularity is when technology will advance so quickly that it will be able to surpass human intelligence. This means that robots will be able to think for us; create its own technology to surpass humans altogether. It’ll be like a machine to do your homework! Amazing…
But is this a good thing?At the rate at which technology is advancing right now, newborn humans will someday not be able to comprehend how we, the creators of the technologies, created what we created. As a result, they won’t be able to develop any technology beyond what is already made; and the rate of evolving technology will decrease. So singularity is needed to infuse technology into humans to enhance their academic and physical abilities.
But what will this mean for sports? For competitions? If everyone could be enhanced in any way they wanted, then what will be the purpose of their hard work; for everyone who trained hard to be who they are today? Also, who would get this technology? Would the enhancements be privatized so that only rich people can afford them? And what of the controversial debates about genetically modified babies? ASDJKLASKL:DJ:QWIO:FJASDKAS:KLDJAS:LKDJASL:DKJASLDJMIND BLOWN
Although the singularity would seem to be one of the greatest revolutions of the world, I don’t think people would be able to adjust to the sudden changes in technology.
An expansion on the Technological Singularity: http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/high-tech-gadgets/technological-singularity.htm