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The merger of natural intelligence with artificial intelligence, with a focus on Neuralink company

Julia Miskiewicz ()
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Julia Miskiewicz: John Cabot University, Italy

Virtual Economics, 2019, vol. 2, issue 3, 22-29

Abstract: Human development is connected with permanent action to be better, to overcome nature, to build something that has so far been able to occur without its participation. The emergence of concepts such as artificial infertification, artificial blood, artificial organs, artificial eye retina, artificial brain or artificial intelligence suggests the desire to take control of man, the control which has so far been attributed to nature, To God the Creator, fate or chance. The dynamic development of science, modern tools and research methods make the thought of artificial intelligence becoming more and more real. In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used by business people. Its development involves numerous groups of high-class specialists, using the most modern IT tools. Before the creation of the first "intelligent" machines, its idea lasted in the imagination of many people. The films and books of science fiction presented the future in which man was replaced by a machine, and the phenomenon of this reality were robots. Today, for the modern man, it is not a surprise robot, or a "smart" computer program. Thanks to the rapid development of electronics and computer science, we are able to create what was once only a topic of science fiction. AI is currently being used in various fields of science, such as medicine, economics and management. But it is also worth remembering that these processes are accompanied by numerous questions and doubts related to the ethics of its use. The aim of the articles is to inspire the discourse on the example of Neuralink – the search for answers to emerging doubts

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence (AI); Neuralink chip; business ethics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I15 O33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.34021/ve.2019.02.03(2)

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