Intelligent Machines Will Teach Us - Not Replace Us
In his piece for The Wall Street Journal, world chess champion Gary Kasparov describes his perspective on the emergence of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
"Over the centuries, humans have created countless technologies to save ourselves from backbreaking physical labor and mindless routine. AI continues that progress by taking over many rote cognitive tasks that don’t require human judgment, strategic planning or creativity. Whether it’s browsing millions of legal documents or scrutinizing CT scans, machines can now do much expert work faster and more precisely than their human creators. New forms of artificial intelligence will surpass us in new and surprising ways, thanks to machine-learning techniques that generate their own knowledge—and even their own code."
Full article on Wall Street Journal - HERE