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Art of the Future: A Peek Inside the Singularity

Something that we talk a lot about at Mysterious Universe is the technological singularity. An amazing time in our near future where technology has reached such heights that our lives are changed forever. Advanced AI will take control of much of our day to day, limbs and organs will be replaced in various ways, computers will have power so great, they will be able to predict the future.

Ship of the Sky by YongSub Noh

Ship of the Sky by YongSub Noh

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Ambulance Mech by Vitaly Bulgarov

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  • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

    Advanced AI will take control of much of our day to day, limbs
    and organs will be replaced in various ways, computers will have power
    so great, they will be able to predict the future.

    Interesting to see how you chose to write ‘will’ instead of ‘might’. Why is everybody taking the Singularity for granted? Don’t you think that in a way such level of certainty among its proponents elevate it to the rank of [gasp] religious belief?

  • Elliot Birch

    Good point, I guess it’s just something I want to happen, not something I actually believe will happen 100%. In all likelihood it won’t actually occur (if at all) until next century or perhaps later. Perhaps it’s not possible for the singularity to even occur. It’s fun to think about though!

  • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

    Whereas I’m still debating whether I want it to happen or not, I agree that it’s a fun topic to speculate :)

  • Dennis K

    The singularity, as you call the point of no return, already happened eons ago when we developed language. We’ve been on a trajectory towards who knows where, ever since. You look forward to a cartoon version of what a cybergenetic future “might” look like but it won’t look like those illustrations anymore than 2013 looks like anything from Amazing Science or the Jetsons.

  • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

    I like that analogy.

    A lot :)

  • Shade

    Speculation is good but you didn’t write the article with that tone. You wrote as an affirmation of a direction things must take. Certainly with the knowledge and methods we have to manipulate organisms at there basic level something will happen, but to say definitively what will occur is not speculation.

  • Vivi

    Honestly, it amazes me that futurists see art of the future as a technological design twist. Design is not art.

  • mph23

    Art mimics life and life mimics art in a neverending cycle. We probably will have humanoid robots eventually…After all, you can’t tell me that the engineers who first designed the flip phone and the tablet didn’t watch star trek and say “I want that”.