The Future of… 12 – T-1000
Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner
July 22, 2017
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Rick Rosner: It may be all part of one entity that is to a greater or lesser extent—That will apply to a lot of stuff. People can be their own cars as physical forms become more flexible and information processing systems including consciousness become more fungible and more transferable.
People will be more and more their own tools. We will be our own transformers, but not as clunky – unless it is expensive to do so. I am sure there will be – at different periods of the future – different costs to morphing yourself.
We are not all going to be T-1000s to be able to take on any form at any time. Unless, we’re living in cyberspace completely. Even there, whatever cyber societies that we have, there will be sets of traditions and rules that will provide some limits.
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Scott Douglas Jacobsen
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