Regulations for AI systems already exist. This trend will continue. Unfortunately, our society tends to be reactive instead of proactive.
There’s no way around it. Emotions are a prerequisite for autonomy.
Doctors are human. They have egos, insecurities, limited patience, limited capacity, limited energy, limited cognitive abilities, limited experience. They are not able to easily absorb information from different specialties. They don’t have the time to learn both medicine and engineering. Their decisions are biased by earlier decisions and past successes/failures, even if unrelated. Machines don’t suffer these shortcomings.
AIs can be quite helpful in government and politics without having to become our overlords.
It’s all a matter of how people decide to use it. It’s never a matter of the technology, itself.
It used to be so simple. “Artificial Intelligence”, AI. What does that mean? A computer that could think like a person.
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Why is Python primarily used in artificial intelligence?
No. Quantum computers are not a magical technology that makes a machine self-aware simply because it was applied.
We should look more broadly at all animal brains as special cases of a general solution.