Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence has been experiencing the development of recent decades, created software that can take specific actions based on observations from its environment. The question is, can such intelligence perform many tasks better than humans and in what way? Many researches have been conducted on the topic of knowledge acquisition, reasoning, decision making, planning, language processing, perception of all of the above, and on that basis the ability to move and manipulate objects. A large number of tools are used in the application of artificial intelligence such as search versions, mathematical optimisations, logic, economics, probabilities and the like.

It is clear that intelligence has contributed to the development of civilisation, among other things, but the question is whether, if artificial intelligence proves to be more effective in advancing and developing, it can replace human intelligence, and where it will lead us, if it happens of course.

Experts agree that this kind of super intelligence could help effectively cure many diseases, reduce poverty, prevent wars, and such intelligence might be the greatest event in human history. However, many agree that before reaching the highest level of such intelligence, we should align its goals with our own human goals, otherwise it will be the last if it becomes super intelligent and gets away from human control. Everyone agrees that any top-end matrix programmed for top tasks can go wrong in the wrong hands and to cause something unseen, fatal, devastating.

Does this also mean that in order to develop artificial intelligence and align its goals with human ones, we will also need to adapt ourselves to the matrix? Because no matter how superior intelligence is, it is artificial. Can a top-quality created matrix to help people in trying to escape the matrix from which they are trying to escape every day?

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