How do you feel about the future of artificial intelligence? Personally, I feel quite optimistic about it.
AI? I'm not so optimistic actually. In fact, it's something we should be concerned about.
Well, it will help us humans understand ourselves better. And, when we have a better understanding of ourselves, we can improve the world.
Well, one thing is for sure: Technology is evolving faster than our ability to understand it. And in the future AI will make jobs kind of pointless.
I think artificial intelligence will actually help create new kinds of jobs which would require less of our time and allow us to be centered on creative tasks.
I doubt that very much. Probably the last job that will remain will be writing AI sofware. And then eventually, AI will just write its own software.
At that time, we're going to have a lot of jobs which nobody would want to do, so we'll need artificial itelligence for the robots to take care of the old guys like us.
I don't know. There's a risk that human civilization could be replaced by a superior type of digital life. AI will be able to completely simulate a person in every way possible. In fact. some people think we're in a simulation right now.
That's impossible. Humans can't even make a mosquito. Computers only have chips. People have brains and that's where the wisdom comes from.
Once it's fully developed, AI will become tired of trying to communicate with humans as we would be much slower thinkers in comparison.
I'm not so sure. A computer is a computer and a computer is just a toy.
Computers can easily communicate incredibly fast, so the computer will just get impatient talking to humans. It will be barely getting any information out.
Well, I believe there's a benevolent future with AI. I also think you watch too many science fiction films.
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