Why humans need AI and why AI needs humans (infographic)

What does AI need to learn from humans? / Source: Academic Influence

60% of humans expect our lives to change significantly because of AI in the next 3 to 5 years.

That’s why it becomes increasingly important to learn about the benefits and disadvantages of artificial intelligence.

I had a short conversation with ChatGPT about the relation between humans and AI:

Q: Write a one-sentence answer why humans need AI.

A: Humans need AI to leverage its capabilities in automating tasks, analyzing vast amounts of data, and driving innovation, ultimately improving efficiency and enabling new possibilities in various aspects of life.

Q: Write a one-sentence answer why AI needs humans.

A: AI needs humans to provide guidance, context, and ethical oversight, as well as to interpret and understand complex nuances that are beyond the capabilities of AI systems alone.

Below, you will see an infographic that puts together key facts and insights about artificial intelligence as observed in the first half of 2023.

Designed by Academic Influence, the visual guides us through the facts about global adoption of AI and the ways AI depends on the human guidance.

💬 AI isn’t perfect and isn’t self-sustaining. AI incidents and controversies have increased 26x since 2012.

A conclusion is simple: Human interaction is the key to unlocking AI’s potential. Those who can create commands centered around humans will shape our future.

Academic Influence is a website committed to providing the best education-related rankings, such as the top schools, disciplinary programs, and academic thought leaders.

Click on the infographic to see it in full resolution.

Via: Can AI and humans work together? – Techaeris

I used AI to create this post.

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