1 min readHuman beings, AI, and machine learning

AI is best suited for tasks that does not require context. To make a convincing AI, huge amounts of resources and effort need to be invested.

In this article for Hackernoon, Amber Cazzell explains that human reason and memory are phenomenologically different from machines. Humans are meaning-giving beings and have an innate predicational abilities that help us understand the world and use it to guide our behaviors. In order to create a machine as sophisticated as the human being, the machine would need lots of alterations, re-training, and re-programming.

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