Artificial intelligence in terms of natural intelligence

Authors: Chernogortseva G.V., Nekhamkin V.A. Published: 04.05.2021
Published in issue: #2(88)/2021  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2021-2-714  
Category: The Humanities in Technical University | Chapter: Philosophy Science  
Keywords: artificial intelligence, human being, nature, society, technology, science, scientific and technological progress, philosophy

The article considers the problems of artificial intelligence penetration into all spheres of private and public life. The dilemmatic situations associated with the development of artificial intelligence technologies are analyzed. Relationship between artificial intelligence and the natural mind is investigated. The changes having occurred to a person as a result of the development of scientific and technological progress are revealed. The problems caused by the intensification of production, the implementation of technical ideas and the influence of technical means on a person are considered: unification, indoctrination, thoughtlessness, etc. The necessity and importance of the philosophy of the heart for solving the problem of self-preservation and human survival are shown.

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