Daniel Innerarity Buscarcole Blog

Any device that seems to perform better certain tasks that we humans do begins by arousing fears or enthusiasms.

The question is not when such an overcoming will take place and on what principle such a prediction can be made, nor even whether it is desirable, but rather what kind of intelligence we are predicting.

«It does not seem that an intelligence reduced to some of its instrumental or computational can be equated to that of humans.»

A timely reflection by Daniel Innerarity on the difference between human and artificial intelligences for El Diario Vasco and El Correo.