2017-12-04 05:39:46 UTC
I would like to know what the **will** in the following passage means. I wonder if it is used to make future tense. Or is it used to mean something that generally happens?
In a complex world with so many choices, we need good intuitions and smart shortcuts to make decisions. Even so, in the end we must accept that uncertainty **will** always be part of what it is to be human. When we deny ourselves the challenge of thinking critically, evaluating situations and making our own decisions, we are heading towards a future where people will lack the ability to think for themselves, and we will have surrendered to the machines we once built.