7 myths about AI | Donald Clark

Big Blue beat Kasparov in 1997 but chess is thriving. AI remains our servant not master. Yet mention AI and people jump to the far end of the conceptual spectrum with big-picture, dystopian and usually exaggerated visions of humanoid robots, the singularity and the existential threat to our species. This is fuelled by cultural messages going back to the Greek Prometheus myth, propelled by Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein (subtitled The Modern Prometheus) to nearly a century of movies from Metropolis onwards that portray created intelligence as a threat. The truth is more prosaic.
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