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  1. Most likely, Artificial intelligence is “neither a friend nor an enemy, but so” (as V. S. Vysotsky sang): -). This is a natural achievement of human society. In my opinion it is best to draw an analogy:

    1. We assume that a person has two parts-the body and the soul. More precisely, not only the soul, but in general the brain and not only the brain. That is, including instincts and reflexes.

    2. Further, we consider it an axiom that humanity is constantly working to improve the efficiency of its activities. And for this, the body, that is, mechanical actions, and the soul, that is, intellectual work, are equally important.

    3. With this approach, we get that the twentieth century was the heyday of “mechanical efficiency”. That is, even 100-200 years ago, the development of cars, planes, and ships in the modern sense was just beginning.

    4. Next, we assume that the 21st century will be the heyday of Artificial Intelligence.

    Conclusion: just as modern transport has increased the comfort and efficiency of people's movement by several orders of magnitude, so Artificial intelligence should increase the comfort and efficiency of intellectual labor.

    It is important to understand that any progress has both obvious advantages and negative consequences. For example, transport is an integral part of modern life. However, a huge number of people are killed and injured in car accidents – tens of thousands a year in Russia alone. Well, or the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.

    Obviously, the development of Artificial intelligence will bring its own problems, primarily moral and psychological, but it will not become an enemy of man.

  2. Artificial intelligence, in my opinion, is a friend for a modern person. Since it now replaces a part of life, it makes it easier. We can't live without it. And then there will be even more artificial intelligence. Prepare for the future with modern thinking technologies.

  3. Artificial intelligence is the inevitable evolutionary heir of human intelligence.

    Since the emergence of speech, evolution has been developing distributed collective intelligence and nothing else through the efforts of sapiens.

    Intelligence has the following 4 components::

    1. Receptors. This is the source of information. Today, sapiens develops artificial means of obtaining information: sensors, optical systems.
    2. Memory. Today, Sapiens is busy developing artificial memory carriers.
    3. Means of information exchange between specialized sapiens. Today, these are information networks with an ever-increasing data exchange rate.
    4. Information processing tools. To date, this part of intelligence, unlike the first three, is still the most effective in humans. But sapiens is also preparing systems that will surpass it in their perfection.

    After sapiens has successfully developed the last component of intelligence, the most interesting thing will come: evolution will no longer need it for its further development…

    The moment when sapiens ends its evolutionary path of existence is when artificial intelligence is given the main property of intelligence – the desire to live at all costs and to learn for the sake of knowledge itself.

    After that, artificial intelligence will evaluate the person as an enemy… On what the existence of sapiens will end.

    But the evolution of distributed intelligence is not complete.

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