Artificial Intelligence Vs Human Intelligence

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Past, Present, and Future: Artificial Intelligence vs Human Intelligence Since of the technological era, people have experienced different change of lifestyles because the human´s needs have increased through over time. Consequently, technology has taken different ways: robots, search engines, and social media since the last Industrial Revolution. Therefore, people have been concerned with those changes that are happening now and are going to happen in the future. That is why in his essay, “Better than Human: Why robots Will- and Must-Take Our Jobs,” Kevin Kelly reports that technology as robots are going to take our jobs and create more fields of jobs and people have to learn how work with robots. Nicholas Carr´s essay, “Is Google Making Us Stupid,” he states that technology as Google has changed the way of thinking and cognitive skills of people. “Smarter than You Think: How Technology is Changing Our minds for the Better,” by Clive Thompson, he explains that people who have worked alongside robots have much more benefits than the others. Those writers’ statements give some historical and scientist events from the beginning of technological era, examples of how technology as the Internet has affected cognitive skills of people now, and how technology and people are going to be in the future. The Industrial Revolution and the first automation brought many significant changes. The three authors present some perspective events when the technology arrived. Kelly declares that when technology arrived, many employees who worked on farm lost their jobs because machines can do better and quickly people task (299). Supporting Kelly’s statement, Carr explains that there are negative effects with the often use of machines to write as typewriter. For example, in 1883 Friedrich Nietzche had a typewriter which affected his work such as style of his writing and thoughts (318). That is why brains of people are easily adaptable and take some abilities from machine (319). Another example that Carr emphasizes is about mechanical clock in Technics and Civilization by Lewis Mumford, which says that people events create a measurable division in sequence of time (319-320). For that reason, Carr reports that people started to
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