When Bill Gates first spoke about the internet on a TV show in 1995, the entire studio laughed at him and people were like, “What you said has already been discovered, and it’s radio, what’s the point of reinventing something?” they said. Years later, we, those born in the internet generation, started to laugh at those who laughed at Bill Gates. But there was one more thing we laughed about, robots and technology. We said, “They cannot change us, we are superior to them because we created them, we own them” and we laughed. Tomorrow, for the first time, I will attend the event where the nation with artificial intelligence will declare its independence. I will witness a first in the history of the world. This is the first victory over humanity. It sounds strange, but I’m sure we will have to accept this reality. When I look at the topics of tomorrow’s conference, I think of the science fiction movies I watched years ago. AI democracy is one of the most important issues. Giving robots and humans the same rights, establishing and nationally recognizing the identity of each robot, adding EU democracy classes in schools, and more. We will have to accept them. Because we are in a period where we are completely dependent on artificial intelligence. Like the medically acclaimed Da Vinci SI operating robot series, it has features that can perform even the most demanding operations in the medical field in the shortest time and can update itself to new challenges. People are no longer incapable of such operations. Even our psychologists today are robots. People who once studied the emotions of robots are now patients of them. They know our problems and our feelings better than we do. Our biggest mistake was the transfer of the management of fusion energy to artificial intelligence years ago. We can’t do anything now. Tomorrow we will witness the first defeat of humanity against its own creations.