Perhaps, but you still have a choice. A computer only knows what is programmed into it and has no ability to formulate it's own ideas. It does what it is told too. A person; however, is more then just their 'programming' they have abstract thought and the ability to make decisions not 'programmed' into them. Now one day down the road a computer may develop 'true' AI, but that is just it...it would be Artificial. I am sure even in Viking society there were those who chose NOT to do what everybody else was. Even though they were thought every day that you HAD to be a warrior, some were artist or teachers, or something else. They went outside there 'programming' which is immpossible at this point for a computer.
There is no utopia, where everybody does what they are supposed to. I understand this, and accept it. People may have very decent reasons for doing what they do, but the least they could do is own up to them. Not push it off on somebody else. Again; though, I doubt I will change anybody's mind on this subject. Either they agree or disagree.
Somepeople mistake my pascivity for weakness, I can make a stand on things that are important. My family, my friends...there is nothing I would not do to protect them. Still it would be a much better world if people would just accept people as they are, and they themselves would admit there own shortfallings. This will never happen, at least not in my lifetime, and not for any forseeable future. I am an idealist, I like to think the best of people, but the reality is people are human. They make mistakes.
(tongue in cheek) Don't blame me for this post though. It was the way I was raised.