The virtuosity of artificial intelligence


The virtuosity of artificial intelligence

Véronique explains us that today “more we advance in the artificial intelligence,
the less we understand human processes and the more we clone them. ”
the opportunity for digital giants such as Google or Facebook to clone
of behavior thanks to the millions of data we provide them for free
everyday. It is these data that can feed the artificial intelligences.
Moreover, she emphasizes that fnally “the most intelligent machine that has returned in
our homes so far is the smartphone “which is considered a machine and not
a robot. This way of processing information “makes virtuous intelligence virtuoso [of
information] but not smart because it is based on quantitative data. ”
Now, a detail embedded in a mass of data can be very important
for the human. Likewise, an event of a second have a huge impact then
that a statistical treatment over a long
duration will not necessarily take into account.

Véronique then tackles a hot topic
among these key players in intelligence artifact, the GAFA (Google, Apple,
Amazon, Facebook), transhumanism. “It’s about separating the mind from the body to to make us immortal “. This question applied to intelligence
artificially leads to a paradoxical since the sciences of intelligence artificially tend to separate the function and body.
And yet, after creating “Ok Google”, which was a function without
body (we could use it on any smartphone, anywhere) Google launched
“Google Home”, a kind of speaker incorporating an artificial intelligence. So, in
embodying artificial intelligence by a physical object, “these companies have created” the anti Her “[the film directed by Spike JONzE] while they advocate the opposite. He could have full of body and they reduce it to one “.
The real revolution is cultural
If some do not hesitate to talk about revolution of artificial intelligence, Véronique
AUBERGé explains to us that “the true revolution is not technological, it is cultural”.
This attachment to the robot raises a real question that is: why did we choose
this cultural revolution?
Véronique’s hypothesis revolves around the fundamental need of social bonds of beings
humans. Indeed “The intelligence of the robot, it is the intelligence of the human in mirror”
she tells us. His work, especially in Asia, showed that, through robots,
Humans seek to move away from social isolation. She is thus convinced that
“Artificial intelligence is not dangerous, but the only dangers emanate from
human. “

In this sense, if the artificial intelligence succeeds its bet to better understand the models
rather than cloning them, “It will serve to bring people together, in a personal situation
as professional “