Man vs Machines - can the best of both be utilized for productive results?
The man vs machine is an age-old debate. Here you can bring forth your views on the trustworthiness and efficiency of both and how combining together the good qualities of each we can achieve the best results.
We often come in contact with quotes saying,"machines can't be trusted", because machines can wear down because of continual work and they only work on instructions. But we also come across,"It's only human to err". We are susceptible to many things that makes us not as efficient as machines after all. Illness, boredom, exhaustion, lack of concentration, lack of knowledge, etc. makes us err.
Then who is trustworthy? Who is more efficient to work with? Man or machine? Man becomes a machine when he offers fidelity (ability to reproduce identical results each time) according to me. And a machine becomes man when it has opinions about its job according to me. So how can we utilize the best of both forms?