What Will the Singularity Feel Like?

What will the Singularity Feel Like

What Will the Singularity Feel Like?

The Singularity will bring us to the end of human progress. The concept is based on Moore’s Law, discovered by Intel’s co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965. It states that the number of transistors in a computer doubles every two years. This exponential growth is an important part of the Singularity, as it has fostered the concept of exponential change. In other words, technology advances slowly at first, but faster with each new generation. But there are many warnings that Moore’s Law is on the verge of breaking down. Eventually, the transistor will reach its fundamental physical limits, halting further advancement. And there’s no shortcut to thinking machines.

We live in a time of rapid change. Some see this as a fractal. They see this change as a climax in human history. Others call it the Singularity. Some people use the term Singularity to refer to an event where the world is filled with infinite energy and density. That rupture will be so severe that humans will no longer be able to recognize their former selves.

As our knowledge of science and technology grows, the Singularity will happen. While some people fight against it, others will ignore it. Both approaches will prove disastrous. The people who resist the Singularity will be left behind when the computers have outgrown human intelligence. Those who collaborate with the computers will become the centaurs of the future. However, they may not know this yet, but the Singularity will come, and with it, a whole new world.