Could AI learn on their own?

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Could AI learn on their own? by Mind Map: Could AI learn on their own?

1. THE END

2. If we ever do get true AI, it's processing speed will be about the speed of an earthworm's brain's neurons while frozen. Literally!

3. I shall now quote from Daniel Crevier: "The deep paradox uncovered by AI research: the only way to deal efficiently with very complex problems is to move away from pure logic.... Most of the time, reaching the right decision requires little reasoning.... Expert systems are, thus, not about reasoning: they are about knowing.... Reasoning takes time, so we try to do it as seldom as possible. Instead we store the results of our reasoning for later reference."

4. If we do, will we cause a cosmic tear that reaches into unknown knowledge?

5. This is an interesting question, because I personally believe that, "No, it cannot..." is very inaccurate and too vastly broad.

6. I personally think that we might not, and if that happens, we will then realize it eventually. However, I also believe that people could eventually find a solution to this dilemma.

7. However, people may also be unable to find or develop this "magic technology". I think that there may be a cosmic boundary between machines and people, that AIs cannot be "human", or think on their own. We may never be able to evolve robots past IBM's WATSON AI.

8. Of course, someday maybe we will. We may cross the impossible boundaries and delve into unknown knowledge.