There has been a lot of excitement surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) as a branch of information technology since 2017. AI has already proved useful for a wide variety of applications: virtual assistants, applications, brain games, and much more.
But back to our original question: Are these machines really capable of thought? Immediately, we are faced with a problem: What exactly is thought? There is no single, straightforward definition of the concept.
The unique characteristic of humans – at least for the moment – is creative and innovative thought. Machines, however, can choose from existing decision options and process an incredibly large amount of data and information. In addition, they also have impressive reliability, accuracy, and continuity – they can work around the clock. Even complex tasks can be carried out independently, if given the correct instruction. Algorithms, high processing power, and the exponential growth of data that need to be processed form the basis of artificial intelligence.
From here alone it is clear that artificial intelligence has huge potential. The continual development of machine learning also has consequences for the workplace.
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