What Is Artificial Intelligence Affect The Future Of Humanity?

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With the development of artificial intelligence (AI) over the past 40 years, the future of society, economics, and creations is at a particular fulcrum point. We are at a threshold where in the next 20 to 40 years, AI can become the foundation of all functions of human life, whether it be legal advice, driving, cooking, or stock trading. The acquiescence of AI into society has the palpable potential to remove human-centered facets of life, ranging from the near removal of a human workforce, to the elimination of private transportation, and, the most alarming of all, the potential elimination of the human need to think and create. The first two are already underway, but the last one requires an evolution of the Turing Test, a test to measure …show more content…
The first road characterizes the technological breakthroughs needed for OI to become a reality. The second road shows the aftermath when OI is introduced into society. The final road demonstrates exactly how the technological breakthroughs are executed. Once we see what these roads hold, we can better gauge its impact on the future of human capability and …show more content…
We have the ability to think critically and abstractly, affect the environment in ways that no other animal has done before, and create fields of knowledge and belief to describe the world around us. If we create and introduce OIs to our society, we are effectively adding a new species to the planet – a species that is structured completely different than humans, but can act in eerily similar manners. In this notably different structure, OI will experience and think on an entirely different wavelength just as humans are nauseated by the smell of manure while flies are attracted to it. We obviously realize that humans and flies have different perceptions, and there will be a similar difference between humans and OI. As René Descartes said, “Cogito ergo sum. [I think therefore I am.]” OI will never be exactly the same as humans because the very nature in which they will be able to think and acquire real-time knowledge will be inherently different than humans. We have our physiology and OI systems will most likely have some combination of intricate sensors. Therefore, given the same social scenario, driving destinations, or economic problem, humans and OI systems will interpret them with different sensory and analytical procedures and will consequently have different conclusions on how to act, navigate, and solve certain problems. Admittedly, OI will be able to churn out an analytical answers far

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