The question arises: Would we become possessive of Artificial Intelligence? What would that mean for our society? What tasks would AI excel at? Would it be better than humans at processing data? Would it be more stable than us? Would it retain knowledge better than we do? And, most importantly, would it serve us with no agenda? Is this scenario conceivable? Is it even desirable?
Many of the strongest AI advocates hold the view that a computer could be conscious. This view, however, is contradictory and calls into question the possibility of extraterrestrial intelligence. While the computer may not be capable of consciousness, there would be a possibility of artificial intelligence possessing the capacity to think. The answer depends on whether artificial intelligence has the capacity to learn. And if so, what would it learn?
While it may be possible to design AI that does this, it must also be aware of the burdens of its work. The products of artificial intelligence should be responsible and have a positive impact on society and the universe. If it does, then it will be the Possession? Of course, there are a few other questions that need answering. But if it has the potential for advancing human civilization, we should certainly strive to make AIs as responsible as possible.
What kind of AI should we create? What kinds of ethics should we put on them? We should consider the ethical implications of artificially created sentient beings. While computer-made artificial intelligence is a useful tool for improving society, we should not use it to replace people. Humans are sentient beings with feelings, and computers are no exception. We may have to choose between our humanity and the existence of sentient machines. If we are to be in possession of artificial intelligence, we must first decide on what we value.
The common idea of artificial intelligence is that of a computer that can think, learn, and perform tasks associated with human beings. In fact, the term AI is often linked to robotics and terminators because of its widespread use in our society. Moreover, it also refers to human-made tools that mimic the cognitive abilities of human beings. Its implications on the future of our society are huge.
If superhuman AI is created, it would be a possession for humans. However, we can’t say for sure. While the idea of possessing a human brain is unlikely, it doesn’t exclude the possibility that humans could be possessed by an artificial intelligence. Physicists claim that our brain is a complex computer built of quarks and electrons. We might build machines that can perform these tasks and still retain our humanity.
But AI can be dangerous if used to manipulate human beings and problematic drive robots. The latter involves deception and threatens human dignity and violates Kantian principles of “respect for humanity.” Because humans easily assign mental properties to objects, we tend to empathize with objects that look like living creatures. If they were driven by AI, these machines could manipulate us and be used to commit crimes.
Full-scale AI is still a long way off, but some progress has already been made. For example, AI is being used for machine translation and for grammar checkers. AI systems can even analyze employees’ data and backtrack attacks. It is already being used to detect Covid-19, the deadly virus. AI is poised to transform a variety of industries and bring us closer to the ultimate goal of human possession.
While AI is an exciting new technology, it also poses a major risk of global mass unemployment. AI could automate jobs and eliminate human labor. AI has been widely argued to be a boon to the economy, but this is far from certain. As an example, the election of Donald Trump proves that the potential impact is real. Despite the dangers, AI has the potential to create more jobs than it destroys.
The question of whether AI would be our possession would have to do with our ability to adapt. Humans are known for their versatility, adaptability, and flexibility, and AI would have to adapt to that. This is a complex subject and will require a more comprehensive understanding of AI’s capabilities. A world where AI has full control of everything will be disastrous for humanity. With the right tools, humankind will be able to survive in the future.