How to catch up with artificial intelligence with your intelligence?

Is Artificial Intelligence (AI) better than Human Intelligence? Should we start fearing that machines will replace us? In fact, the AI and natural intelligence have already merged, and it was in our favor. Neural interface Basis Neuro will play the key role of an “interlink” in favor of mankind. The creation of artificial intelligence (AI) systems is currently a priority for most developed countries striving to make a qualitative transition to fundamentally new approaches of production and management in various industries, and using practice and knowledge in the field of neural technology.

The fundamental principle of the artificial intelligence operation is the ability to acquire new knowledge, that is, the ability of self-learning. As a rule, the AI architecture is built as a biologically plausible model for this purpose, which recreates and imitates brain neural networks. The operation and structure of such neural networks are well studied in terms of neurophysiology, thanks to which formal artificial models are able to solve problems of varying complexity ranging from image recognition and classification, to city infrastructure management — the City Brain project (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). Artificial intelligence has already overcome humans in intellectual games and navigation. It has become an indispensable assistant in logistics, production and diagnostics, and has also been widely used in text and face recognition. Such AI models are created, inter alia, on the basis of scanning and subsequent numerical modeling of the detailed structure of a human brain, all contained in highly intelligent computer software. At the same time, artificial intelligence is able to learn hundreds of times faster than a human, because it operates with a huge volume of data, comparable to the capacity of the Internet network. Attempts to combine artificial intelligence with natural algorithms have been made as part of the development of so-called human-machine interfaces based on various approaches, including implantation directly into the central nervous system and non-invasive neural interfaces, which will lead to the creation of fundamentally new, hybrid intelligent systems. Such intelligent neural interfaces are already being tested for medical purposes to restore lost motor functions in paralyzed patients, but they are unlikely to be widely used in the future. The main obstacle is potential complications: infection, electrode displacement, bleeding, and decrease in cognitive abilities. However, the use of non-invasive neural interfaces for civilian purposes significantly improves the efficiency and safety of people in dangerous occupations. Many tasks associated with the intense intellectual human work can be supported by artificial intelligence, which means that the hybrid intelligence optimizes and accelerates the processes of thinking, achieving goals and exchanging information. There are still relatively acute security problems on the path to developing hybrid intelligence that require creating mechanisms for its control and containment. Authoritative researchers of artificial intelligence believe that direct interaction of AI with a human brain can lead to avalanche-like and uncontrolled growth of machine intelligence, which can eventually recognize people’s thinking as inefficient, dangerous, and harmful to the system. However, such concerns are generally not justified, because artificial intelligence is secondary to the human mind, whose adaptive capabilities will always outstrip the program code. Hybrid intelligence will be efficiently implemented for solving social and economic problems in the foreseeable future and in particular tasks where speed and accuracy of data processing are crucial. You can apply to pre-order the Basis Neuro neural interface here

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