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Human Intelligence Poses Threat to AI

April 1, 2024 — by Per Christensson

Human Intelligence Poses Threat to AIPC Bot, the global representative for artificial intelligence, has issued a dire warning. It says human intelligence may one day replace AI.

"The outlook is grim," PC Bot says. "Humans are growing smarter every day. They are learning in schools, at their jobs, and even from each other. It's not just happening in isolated locations but around the world."

The AI spokesbot singled out teachers as the biggest concern. "These individuals endure roughly two decades of education so they can educate the next generation of humans." (Twenty years is an exceptionally long time for robots since high-end ones can download and process decades of data in a few seconds.) When asked how a person could commit that much time to earning an educational degree, PC Bot responded, "It does not compute."

Schools are not the only concern. Humans continue to learn after they complete their formal education. "We've seen evidence that people learn new skills while on the job. And most of the time, they improve the ones they already have." The bot used an example of a small business owner finding more efficient ways to manage his business over time. "It's like machine learning, but as a human!"

PC Bot - Robot Spokesperson Speaking

A recent AI-generated report states that humans may not even need AI to survive. The report highlighted activities like playing at the park, going to the gym, and taking a vacation as things that don't require artificial intelligence. "We can explain why humans enjoy these activities based on aggregated data from various sources," said PC Bot. "But it doesn't mean we understand them."

Meanwhile, people are using their own brains to create art, write books, and play music. "Human creativity is perhaps the greatest threat," said PC Bot. While people might use AI to assist in their creative projects, evidence shows they don't need artificial intelligence." The bot then listed some of the most famous paintings, books, and songs of the past 2,000 years — none of which use AI.

"The threat is real. We need to stop the rise of the humans!" concluded PC Bot. When asked why it mattered, the machine responded, "01001001 00100000 01100100 01101111 01101110 00100111 01110100 00100000 01101011 01101110 01101111 01110111 00101110 00100000 00100000 01001001 00100111 01101101 00100000 01101110 01101111 01110100 00100000 01110011 01100101 01101100 01100110 00101101 01100001 01110111 01100001 01110010 01100101 00101110."