Successful technologies go through two stages: at first, they are optional. It is during this stage that people say “just don’t use it” when the technology appears. Later, the technology becomes mandatory and it’s almost impossible not to use it.

The other day, we were at a restaurant when the waitor said, “you have to scan this QR code with your phone to see the menu”. Incredibly, this restaurant didn’t have physical menus. The waitor brought up the menu on his phone because we didn’t bring any phones.

This leads me to the obvious conclusion that there should be a universal law that says smartphones should not be required for anything, and making phones required to use anything should come with a hefty fine.

The same will be true of AI: at first, people are using it voluntarily. I avoid AI like the plague, and I hope it will die a quick death, but I seriously doubt that will ever happen. Unfortunately, soon it will become mandatory. For example, if you get a new job, your boss will likely require to use AI.

Unfortunately, AI will bring serious problems to humanity and this will make everything worse. Therefore, I suggest you resist now. If someone is trying to get you to use AI, resist. Right now, resisting will be much easier than later. Later, it will be almost impossible. Every time you resist, it will push back against AI, and it is all of our human duties to resist this immoral and disgusting technology.

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