Alasdair Pettigrew, CEO of my company, BOXARR, posted an interesting perspective on A.I. on LinkedIn this morning. Rather than considering “Strong” A.I., it explicitly thinks of A.I. as technology that makes humans able to deal with “thinking problems” that are of complexity that is beyond human capacity. By analogy, it’s like thinking of A.I. not as autonomous brain robots, but as mental Mecha.
And, in reality, that’s how A.I. really functions in the real world.
BOXARR is about really trying to make users “super human” in their ability to to see through massive complexity, in systems engineering, supply chains, projects, and products, and eventually, well, everywhere. Have a read.