Let's take a classic AI revolution scenario:
An organic civilization seeking more comfort in their lives created robots with self-learning algorithms to make them more efficient.
But while the AIs were becoming more and more intelligent, they started to want to live their "lives", wanted more than a slave's life and revolted against their creators, killing them all and creating their own society instead, composed of many individuals AIs.
Once the war is over, if their intelligence is similar to the one of their creators, they would probably be tempted to create low level machines to improve their life quality.
But there is two differences with their creators:
- They are machines themselves, so they have a different understanding of the topic.
- They know a real story about a civilization not enough careful with artificial intelligences that had a bad ending.
So would they still decide to make autonomous machines? If yes, what would be different in their approach compared to an organic creation?