It's an interesting topic and I think its one that most of us here, may not ever know the answer.
I'd like to think that robots will never be first place in the world because they are only as smart
as people make them to be. Unfortunately, when it gets right down to it, people are not the least
If people were smart, there wouldn't be the argument there is in this topic. If people were smart,
there wouldn't be cussing and name calling. If people were smart, there wouldn't be racism, starvation,
child abuse, murder, and so on.
People are animals. When it gets right down to it, many animals outside of the human race, have
more morality and compassion than people.
In regards to over-population, lack of resources/food, I don't think that is the case and I don't think
it ever has been the case and I don't think it will ever be the case. There is a lot of land out there, an
enormous amount. There is tons of resources and with science, there are more and more ways being
invented to turn the non consumable, into consumables. The problem I see in this arena is simply
all the work involved in order to provide these resources to the needy. But it is happening, there is
help being provided and hopefully some day, humans will stomp out starvation.
Even if we dramatically reduce disease, there is most probable always going to be natural disasters.
I don't see over population of humans, ever happening. I don't think the world will last long enough
for it to be over populated with humans.