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  1. What is artificial intelligence? It is a human-made intelligence. Intelligence is the ability to think. Now electronic computing machines (computers) can “think”.

    Let's compare two intelligences – natural and artificial.

    In humans, mental activity begins with perception, that is, with receiving information. The element of perception-sensation-is obtained by the reaction of the senses to external stimuli. For example, the sensation of light, sound, taste, smell, or the surface of an object.

    The sensory organs transmit information through nerve channels to the brain in the form of electrical impulses. From individual sensations, perception is formed as a holistic receipt of information.

    Next, the memory and brain are turned on. The information must be stored somewhere. To save information, it must be brought to the desired form for the brain and memory. So thinking – the work of the brain-occurs at the moment of sensation. It is thanks to him that individual fragments are formed into a whole image.

    Then the stored information can be considered again by thinking, and a representation of the object appears. Or the brain produces new objects-imagination.

    So schematically, we can say that the senses work first, and then the brain. But in reality, everything is much more complicated. The brain never leaves its work for a moment. Both reason itself and memory itself are the result of the brain.

    Here, maybe someone will ask, but what about duscha? Where is she?” Well, not everyone recognizes the soul. Some people think that these are all chemical reactions of the brain, there is no soul, chemistry is everything. And if you understand that the soul is, then you can notice that the soul in the body works through the body, and not by itself. So it makes the brain work.

    Now how does a computer work?

    As sensory organs, it uses information input devices: a scanner (eyes), a microphone (ears), a keyboard, a mouse, etc.

    Instead of speech and actions, it has information output devices: a printer, screen, speakers, etc.

    There is a memory for storing information, and a processor for processing it.

    All this resembles an “artificial” person. So when a program is executed, the computer “thinks”. It “sees” and” hears “with input devices, calculates with the processor, and “speaks” with the screen, speakers, and printer.

    But still, not every program is considered artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence must learn and think for itself. These are very complex programs that contain many hundreds of thousands of lines of code.

    It is considered that we have artificial intelligence if the questions and answers of a computer are indistinguishable from the questions and answers of a person. That is, when a person sitting at a computer does not know whether messages are coming from a person from the network or whether they are generated by the system. So far, such programs are possible only for a very narrow range of issues and tasks, and they are very difficult to write, debug, and maintain.

    I don't think it's possible to make a valid analog of a human on a computer. All the same, artificial intelligence thinks formally. A computer can't think creatively. In this way, he is fundamentally different from a person.

  2. Artificial intelligence is a crutch for the Natural, when the value of the Natural is lower than the baseboard.

    My boss covers the operating system with excellent obscenities twice a week:

    “This fool thinks she knows what I need better than I do!”

    And Chinese phones with auto-editing of Russian text are also AI.

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