Human intelligence vs Artificial Intelligence
Recently, the battle between Google AlphaGo and Lee Sedol, a professional Go player from South Korea, has again led to a heated discussion with regard to artificial intelligence. Who is the Super Brain? The human, or the machine? Many people have such questions in mind. In my opinion, whether the winner is AlphaGo or Lee Sedol, the ultimate winner is human. This is a battle between collective human wisdom and individual genius, and the success of AlphaGo is just another success of collective human wisdom.However, the success of AlphaGo has also raised a strong response and worries over artificial intelligence technology among lots of people, which is unexpected before the match. Some even claim that artificial intelligence could destroy humanity when it reaches a certain level. Many celebrities, including the English scientist Steven Hawking and the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, have joined the campaign against the over-development of artificial intelligence. Such worries may seem unfounded now, but it truly reflects a deep deliberation into the relationship between human and artificial intelligence.With the rapid development of artificial intelligence technology, one of the questions that people are most concerned with is if jobs would be taken on by artificial intelligence. People are worried: will we all lose our jobs one day?