I’m sure your readers have heard of Geoffrey Hinton by now because the name Hinton is not so unfamiliar to you, who are at the forefront of the technological wave that has arisen in the last period of time.

According to the information mentioned to the BBC news service the other day, his statement became a somewhat controversial statement that he was leaving Google, where he worked at the time, and that the rise of AI that is now taking place is quite dangerous. because it is said that it can be seen, his statement is as follows.

“Right now, they’re not more intelligent than us, as far as I can tell. But I think they soon may be.” – Geoffrey Hinton

As he mentions here, the tools and technology used for the use of AI are not currently intelligent compared to humans, but it will be a reality in the near future.

Interview with BBC News

Hinton, who was about 75 years old, stated that he was disappointed after making such a statement, but said that he decided to retire due to his age. However, the statement that he mentioned was subjected to various opinions from critics, and the point that emerges is that there is truth in it.

According to this statement made by Hinton, a pioneer who works in connection with neural networks and deep learning used for AI applications such as ChatGPT, which is currently available, as well as the opinions raised by many scholars in various fields, there is a possibility that AI will “replace” humans. But it can be understood that the “replacement” is not the people who move forward with that technology, but the people who move aside from that technology.

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