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The Case of Artificial vs. Natural Intelligence: Philosophy of Information as a Witness, Prosecutor, Attorney or Judge?

Akita International University, Akita 010-1211, Japan
Presented at the IS4SI 2017 Summit DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY, Gothenburg, Sweden, 12–16 June 2017.
Proceedings 2017, 1(3), 111; https://doi.org/10.3390/IS4SI-2017-03972
Published: 8 June 2017
The relationship between artificial and natural, human intelligence becomes currently an issue of the primary importance for the world. The threats of technological singularity in the form of ultraintelligent machines occupied many philosophers, but thus far nobody paid attention to the encroaching singularity of relatively low level automation which eliminates need for low skill labor force and threatens wide masses of human population. Economists predict that many occupations regarded as requiring high skills will become spurious too. The only solution for the optimal coexistence of the artificial and natural intelligence is in the reform of education. The solution does not require anything new as the liberal arts education promoted human intellectual development leading to the roles which machines least likely can assume.
Keywords: artificial intelligence; natural intelligence; automation; information technology; education reform artificial intelligence; natural intelligence; automation; information technology; education reform
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Schroeder, M.J. The Case of Artificial vs. Natural Intelligence: Philosophy of Information as a Witness, Prosecutor, Attorney or Judge? Proceedings 2017, 1, 111. https://doi.org/10.3390/IS4SI-2017-03972

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Schroeder MJ. The Case of Artificial vs. Natural Intelligence: Philosophy of Information as a Witness, Prosecutor, Attorney or Judge? Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):111. https://doi.org/10.3390/IS4SI-2017-03972

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Schroeder, Marcin J. 2017. "The Case of Artificial vs. Natural Intelligence: Philosophy of Information as a Witness, Prosecutor, Attorney or Judge?" Proceedings 1, no. 3: 111. https://doi.org/10.3390/IS4SI-2017-03972

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