Will humans be replaced by artificial intelligence in the future?
In recent years, with the rapid development of artificial intelligence, humans have designed robots in areas such as medical care, accounting, and education. The ensuing controversy also emerged. Will humans eventually be replaced by artificial intelligence?
What is AI?
Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the foundation of creating and applying algorithms to integrate dynamic computing environments to simulate human intelligent processes. In simple terms, the goal of artificial intelligence is to make computers think and act like humans.
From the current development trend, human brain labor can be replaced by machines. The difference is that the investment in the early R & D costs of AI in different professions may vary. Writing, composing, medical diagnosis, and lawyers, which are most subjectively unsuitable for machines, are gradually becoming the “hardest hit areas” for robots. On the contrary, professions like courier, porter in complex environment, inspector, fitter, have not been replaced by AI. Machines that are as flexible and powerful as the human body are not cheaper than the humans in the foreseeable future.
At least, for now, we haven’t created a drive with strength and accuracy comparable to muscle, lubrication and a life-span comparable to a rotary shaft with joints. A sensor that feels like a finger hasn’t left the laboratory. In the future, the most likely work for humans in the entire social machine will be similar to the work of worker ants, and purely mental tasks (such as decision-making and computing) will certainly make our silicon-based organisms better. Of course, face-to-face service jobs such as elementary school teachers, tour guides, and flight attendants still need people. After all, the biggest advantage humans have over machines is that they “look more like others to others.”
Finally, quote a famous saying: even if horses had voting rights, they would still be eliminated by cars.