Fourth Industrial Revolution with extraordinary resources
There will always be a place for the human mind.“, he argues Maiya. It is thanks to our ability that we have this incredible choice of what can be developed artificial intelligence, Machines learn at an unparalleled pace and are constantly evolving. However, in his opinion, far from being seen as an enemy or a threat, its use and potential should be adequately addressed.
,we sympathize with things and problems, which the machine does not have”, he assures. This gives us added value, he says, when it comes to making use of this brilliant advance. There is no doubt that humans will persist.”evolution is intelligent“, Number Martinez,
Can humans be released?
That’s a fear that has been reiterated for days by many of the computer experts who helped develop this i a as Geoffrey Hinton Who moved away from Google at the age of 75. he worked on a machine to compete chatgpt, Of Open AI. But he walked away from the project, fearing that one day he would be more capable than us, Make your own decisions and we can’t handle them anymore, like many predictions in science fiction. scientists and intellectuals like Israel yuval noah harari thinker who proposes this possible outcome “Homo Deus”.
“I don’t think it’s going to happen” dice Maya And argues that humans should be the ones who lead progress, so fearing technology is no good. ,we’ll adapt like we’ve always done“, he assures.
The great challenge then for governments and companies will be to support displaced people, help them access new technologies, and guarantee the adaptation of those who may suffer the most.
He maintains, as is already the case, that many jobs will be lost, but most likely duplicative ones. By adopting other ways of working and, above all, having time for ourselves, we will be able to find new ways of working, build relationships, and create more progress and more wealth. Artificial intelligence will be a worthy tool for that.
Amazing progress that no one remembers now
Man adapts and continues to move forward; things, no“, challenge mother, And reviews the cases we all know about. When computing and computing settled in our pocket, there were many devices that were “must have”. Today, with the passage of time and an amazing development, no one remembers Messenger or Blackberry, In their heyday, not owning or managing them was roughly equivalent to having a computer exile,
“Changes in technology are accelerating, but we always adapt and leave behind things we thought were essential without realizing it,” he says. Maya Martinez.
Can Artificial Intelligence be controlled or stopped?
This is another central point of debate at the moment. Elon Musk helped develop open ai, Then he left the company to launch ChatGPT and is now in its fourth development. Together with 1,000 people (thinkers, businessmen and computer experts), he asked the world to stop the development of machines for six months. The purpose is to ensure that there is always a boundary, a point they cannot transgress and decide, for example, that the human species is a nuisance.
Even if this is accomplished – it seems very difficult – then it is even more complicated to strike a global consensus and ensure that it is respected. Can a programmer resist watching the progress of his “invention” indefinitely? Will authoritarian peoples and governments limit themselves and give up on an artificial intelligence that makes them “masters of the world”?
Maia Martinez understands that these types of “controls” or limits can be imposed. And even if it is not fully respected, it will always be positive. ,We’ll have something to fall back on, and a little is always better than nothing.“, emphasizes.
In practice, he surmises that there is no point in venturing into the possibility of the supremacy of machines over humans. “If we get to that point, there’s no point in worrying,” he rightly says.
Maia Martinez maintains her optimism. The human mind has developed artificial intelligence and will adapt it to be used in things we cannot even imagine. “Come on don’t be afraid” asks and uses a figure of speech to refine his position: “Machines will never be able to ‘read the air’ like humans,
“There’s no need to be afraid, we’ll adapt and We’ll have more time to do more wonderful things“, he assures.