AI still cannot surpass human intelligence

AI reality: AI excels in jobs with clear specifications, but it is less effective in unstructured settings with significant ambiguity. — AFP

TECHNOLOGY, specifically artificial intelligence (AI), in the 21st century has reached a point where, many fear, it could eventually replace humans, leading to high unemployment rates, among others.

While AI undoubtedly offers new levels of efficiency and innovation to many businesses, human intelligence still possesses a fundamental quality that cannot be replicated.

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