What do you think from the media Hype surrounding artificial intelligence (AI)? I don't want to talk about the work of the programmers is small. But even if an application can write with few requirements on your own article, Computer some new skills to learn or KI can be used in psychotherapy, we are still miles away from human intelligence. The pure opposite of intelligence, the programs (Word, Excel, or any Apps), the nerves with the Bugs and crashes in the work and actually in the age of KI long story should be. The Gap between these two Extremes seems to me to be huge.
In fact, a huge gap between what AI-propagandists promise for the next future, and the gapes, which is presented to us now as the harbingers of this future. The common language assistants are in daily use, still as stupid and useless. Either you understand only train station, or the answers you give are completely banal.
with Respect to well-defined individual services surpass many of the programs of human capabilities, a far more realistic estimate factor, but something more complex tasks, these programs are totally inadequate. Of course "learning" voice recognition programs in that it trains you""; but above all, the user has to adapt his style to the horizon of the Software.
self-driving cars are not a Fascination, more.
What search engine, if you learned all your requirements – that is amazing; but a request such as "point me to an annotated bibliography to publications on the topic of autism in the last ten years" generated no coherent bibliography, but a colorful hodgepodge of individual matches.
This is happening at a pace that is amazing, conducts a a result, the underlying scientific purpose, completely useless. Self-driving cars are a Fascination, but for the transport of tomorrow is likely to be about as useful as a jet engine you strap on the back to every jam short-hand to skim.
many are the promises of AI are so cute futuristic-old-fashioned, as if they were directly from the world of the "Jetstones" (the Comic book equivalent of the "Flintstones"): back to the future yesterday.
The psychoanalyst Peter Schneider answered every Wednesday questions in the philosophy of everyday life. Send us your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Created: 27.03.2019, 14:07 PM