…as been pushed to 2.36 exaflops in specialized applications that utilize Summit’s 27 thousand GPUs. By these estimates we already have enough computing power to create artificial general intelligence (and this doesn’t even consider specialized neuromorphic chips being developed). It’s actually software that’s the main limitation, rather than hardware. And there’s no evidence th…
Yes. I agree computers can now compute faster than human brains, especially if you hook them up to the cloud. But that’s just pure speed. It’s like saying cheetahs run faster than humans and Bugatii Veyrons run faster than Cheetahs. But are they smarter than humans?
The human brain has a huge possibility of neuron connections in its design that makes our learning and adaptive capacity so strong. Now again I’m not an AI scientist but on this forum, some contributors put the matching point by AI at 2035 or 2056. It’s scary to think we are getting there soon, but as per my original article title for this story, “3 simple reasons why AI will not rule man…yet!”