‘Will Artificial Intelligence Systems Ever Surpass Human Intelligence’?
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has been with us for over 40 years at least the philosophical idea of it. AI in computers isn’t recent as we have been using the technology for digital devices for a while now from having GPS maps to talking Phone apps. This study investigates and critically assesses whether AI will advance on to becoming more intelligent than humans and to evaluate the repercussions of this if it was to happen. During the 1980s to 1990s, a whole new, different approach to AI was made rather than to copy human intelligence; it was to mimic our intelligence, and how our brain performed in the real world. So thus researchers and scientists have said that this approach to AI had the potential to be faster and better than us. A full range of review from existing literature in this study gives an insight of this field by researching the benefits and dangers of AI. This is investigated in this study to foresee whether AI will ever be advanced enough to surpass our intelligence. The method of approach was taken by researching past papers on the views and opinion on AI. This was undertaken by two papers and the compared and contrasted between them for analysis and findings. The questions that tried to be answered in this study were, could a computer ever have more intelligence than a human? When is this likely to be achieved and what are the repercussions of this happening? These questions will be researched and raised in this study. As insight now the field of AI is ever expanding into unknown territories showing that it’s evolving over time however certain technologies will need to catch up with AI to succeed. Conclusions drawn from this study indicates that we are unsure as to when this will happen as many scientists have different views yet the future of AI growing as technology advances and is questionable whether humankind can create human-level intelligence systems.
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