You’ve probably heard the debate over whether AI can replace people and their employment, or, worse, human control of the globe, as shown in the Terminator films.
The following points are to be considered:
- AI is incapable of thinking creatively.
- AI improves our productivity.
- New industries emerge as a result of AI.
- Artificial intelligence is assisting us in living longer lives.
Here, we’ll try to address a few questions and discover the answer to the topic of whether AI will be able to replace humans or not.
Yes, AI can replace humans, in a nutshell.
We’ve seen robots take over human employment, and each robot contains some type of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to ensure that it functions properly and knows what task it’s doing. It’s not a new tendency; it’s one that’s picking more steam as companies pour more money into this fast evolving field.
Will AI eventually supplant all humans, ushering in a machine-driven disaster? We have no way of knowing what will happen in the near future.
We’ve been able to automate tedious and administrative duties in both business and personal situations by combining AI with other technologies and product/service developments. It’s offering consumer experiences we’ve never had before, decreased costs, and improved security, to mention a few benefits.
When you consider the big breakthroughs we’ve made in the globe, it’s noteworthy to note that they’ve all helped us grow as individuals and produced more jobs than before, rather than the other way around. For AI, why do we assume we’ll be out of an employment or without a habitable planet on all of a sudden?