Jul 24, 2022
In Authors Forum
The return of that "theater where freedom is shown in Last Database which we all want to participate and that floods everything. With this transformation of freedom of expression from a negative freedom to a positive one, perhaps we are experiencing the Last Database consummation or the end (we don't know yet) of the already old freedom of the ago, Alan Turing already wondered if artificial intelligence was really intelligence1. From those experiments that were Last Database more philosophical than mathematical, the question remained, above all, about whether automated tasks are more efficient than those we do “manually. In recent years, with the development of telecommunications first, and Last Database cybernetics later, it has become possible to collect, process and systematize an enormous amount of data ( big data ) through algorithmic systems. This is how what we know today as artificial intelligence was born: algorithms that, through enormous amounts of information, can emulate Last Database human behavior and optimize tasks. Feelings of fear are often expressed about what will happen when these systems "replac The truth is that we have always found technological ways to Last Database carry out tasks more efficiently: transportation makes us get there faster, the textile industry produces more and better clothing, machines harvest crops faster, etc. And artificial intelligence? Process information. But is it really "intelligence"? What is Last Database distinctive about human beings is not only their ability to process and absorb information; it is also their ability to make mistakes, to create, to learn, to be unique, to be diverse, to see things from another angle. Artificial, sure, but intelligence? Machine learning Last Database shows us that the evolution of this technology can emulate our brain, but there is still a long way to go3. In fact, artificial intelligence finds its greatest weakness and its greatest Last Database criticism in its poor ability to judge in different contexts, in its standardization of results, in its homogenization.