When Will AI Replace Humans? Within 50 Years Warns Expert

AI to replace humans in 50 years

Humans have to prevent machines being in a position to replace us, and no one else. If we fast forward 50 years, science fiction might come easily back in our mind. The difference is that by then we might not consider it anymore ‘fiction’.

Mankind must set thorough rules and defined boundaries before it is too late, according to AI expert Luca De Ambroggi, the research and analysis lead for AI solutions within the Transformative Technology team at London-based global information provider IHS Markit.

“In 50 years, it is reasonable to think that robots will be able to ‘support’ and replace human being in several activities. Already electro-mechanical devices outperform humans in sensitiveness and reaction time.”

“We are into the so called Narrow or Weak era of AI. It is ‘weaker’ than human or is equal or superior just on few limited tasks and senses.”

“If we fast forward 50 years, science fiction might come easily back in our mind.The difference is that by then we might not consider it anymore ‘fiction’. “

“This era is Generic – Multi Modal AI. It is comparable to human intelligenceapplied in all senses, working powerfully in parallel.”

“However it is disrupting society and as it evolves, it will have major impacts on data security, labour and ethics.”


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As concerns grow over the current power and fast development of AI systems around the world and once 5G technology ( along with the Internet Of Things (IOT) ) is rolled out, the speed at which the machines will learn will be immense.

AI will be able to tap in to any and all device’s connected to the internet through 5G and IOT systems. Basically, there will be no end to what machines will be able to experience and learn from us humans.

50 years – its not a long time at all. My generation will be long gone, but our children will have to see and experience AI as the most dominant force in the world. 

 

 

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