Super Computer Versus Human
"Humans are useless before a super computer!"
The philosopher disagrees with him.
"Can you prove I am wrong?" challenges the scientist.
"Sure, A computer stores into its memory whatever we feed it even if it is junk. A human is selective. Whatever we feed a human only what is necessary is kept inside; the rest comes out the next day through the output device. A super computer cannot do that!"
The scientist is puzzled.
"With a super computer we cannot decide if the output is needed or unnecessary until we see the output. But with a human we can be sure everything that comes out of the output device is shit!"
The scientist is stunned.
"A super computer can say 'Fuck You!' but cannot mean it. Whereas a human can say it, show it, mean it and do it as well!"
The scientist is dumbfounded and awed.
"If you selectively leave two super computers in a room for a year, they will still be two computers at the end of the year. But if you selectively leave two humans in a room for a year, you can be sure there will be more than two humans by the end of a year!"
The scientist begins to sweat.
"A super computer cannot turn its software into hardware by looking at another naked computer. About half the humans can!"
The scientist drops down dead.