An expert revealed that artificial intelligence will ‘increasingly take over’ many aspects of life, but human imperfections can save us from being replaced, as most people around the world have come across some form of artificial intelligence (AI).
This technology has become ubiquitous in everyday life — from Apple’s Siri to your favorite chatbot on the web. However, such widespread use could seep technology into every aspect of our daily lives, experts say.
Roger Grimes, a data-driven advocacy expert at cybersecurity firm KnowBe4, spoke to The US Sun about the future of artificial intelligence (AI). That artificial intelligence will definitely take over more and more with time.
However, there are parts of the human psyche that AI will never be able to fully replicate, said Grimes and several other experts. Part of what makes us human is the ability to make mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes lead us to new discoveries that lead to New inventions that we weren’t originally assigned to.
“Only humans look at the sky and see clouds that look like animals in a way that somehow helps us solve some problems that we didn’t even think about at that time,” he said. He is currently learning it.
As it stands, AI does not have human-like intelligence, nor can it predict the future or plan for the future — this is known as “narrow AI,” Grimes said. focus on it when we’re doing it.”
He added, “But, yes, AI will continue to replace the mundane things in our lives. And it may one day come close to replacing what we think of as mostly human today.”
What’s the worst thing that could happen?
Grimes noted that the worst-case scenario is that humans destroy themselves due to acquired technology or a related accident, and assuming this does not happen, technology is likely to improve all of our lives – depending on how it is used. Technology is the basic life of all human beings, rich and poor.
“The poorest of us live in a world that only kings could have imagined just a few centuries ago,” he added. Thanks to technology, we have pioneering medicines and vaccines that have saved hundreds of millions of lives, and it has also put vast amounts of information at our fingertips via smartphones and the Internet.