Human and Artificial Intelligence: A Critical Comparison

In Rainer M. Holm-Hadulla, Joachim Funke & Michael Wink (eds.), Intelligence - Theories and Applications. Springer. pp. 249-259 (2022)
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Advances in artificial intelligence and robotics increasingly call into question the distinction between simulation and reality of the human person. On the one hand, they suggest a computeromorphic understanding of human intelligence, and on the other, an anthropomorphization of AI systems. In other words: We increasingly conceive of ourselves in the image of our machines, while conversely we elevate our machines to new subjects. So what distinguishes human intelligence from artificial intelligence? The essay sets out a number of criteria for this.

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