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Research on How Human Intelligence, Consciousness, and Cognitive Computing Affect the Development of Artificial Intelligence
Author(s) Yanyan Dong, Jie Hou, Ning Zhang, Maocong Zhang
Publication year 2020
Publication nameComplexity
Material typeAcademic journals
Artificial intelligence (AI) is essentially the simulation of human intelligence. Today’s AI can only simulate, replace, extend, or expand part of human intelligence. In the future, the research and development of cutting-edge technologies such as brain-computer interface (BCI) together with the development of the human brain will eventually usher in a strong AI era, when AI can simulate and replace human’s imagination, emotion, intuition, potential, tacit knowledge, and other kinds of personalized intelligence. Breakthroughs in algorithms represented by cognitive computing promote the continuous penetration of AI into fields such as education, commerce, and medical treatment to build up AI service space. As to human concern, namely, who controls whom between humankind and intelligent machines, the answer is that AI can only become a service provider for human beings, demonstrating the value rationality of following ethics.
Subject(s)electronic computers. computer science
Language(s)English
License TypeCC BY
eISSN1076-2787
pISSN1099-0526
DOI10.1155/2020/1680845
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