some behavior cannot be taken over by apparatuses and that  the sort of behavior that cannot be automated is exactly the sort  that constitutes human dignity, for example, the commandment  to “honor thy father and mother.” That is an error. All modes of  behavior, of any sort, can be programmed and automated. It is a  matter of breaking the behavior down into its constituent elements,  into actemes, and then computing them back together again. Just  such breaking down and recalculating is what programming is. The  commandment mentioned earlier can be broken down into actemes such as “feed your bedridden mother rice pudding.” Apparatuses  will obey this commandment better, more quickly, and more precisely   than human beings do.
Flusser: Does Writing Have a Future? , p. 58