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Artificial Intelligence has a very little chance to replace humans in coming 50 years

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Fears that artificial intelligence would spell the end of human civilization are unfounded, says an expert who develops applications for new technology such as virtual reality and AI.


"AI cannot replace humans in many aspects in the next 50 years, and at the very least AI cannot give a talk like mine to you," said Ken Lee Kam Hang, technical manager of VIPS Guangzhou Research Centre, at a talk in Shue Yan University on October 10.


After the AlphaGo computer program, developed by British AI tech company DeepMind, beat world No 1 player Ke Jie in a three-match game of Go in May 2017, the public began to worry that AI would replace people and even end human civilization.


But Lee said AI should be viewed simply as just a tool and people ultimately determined how it would be used.


Lee also disagreed with the view that development of AI should cease because the technology would end human civilization one day.


Although Lee believed this technology was the future, people should remember that “human emotions and creativity cannot be replaced by AI.”


“Technology is a doubled-edged sword, and it depends on how human use it,” said Lee.


Wong Man Kit 10 Oct,2017

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