Artificial Superintelligence (ASI)
Artificial superintelligence (ASI) is a software-based device with cognitive abilities well beyond that of humans across a wide variety of categories and fields of study. A hypothetical agent with intellect far beyond that of the brightest and most gifted human minds is known as a superintelligence. Whether or not these high-level intellectual competencies are embodied in agents that function in the world, "superintelligence" may refer to a property of problem-solving systems.
Integration of NI, IT, and AI could be feasible in the future.
Normal (biological) intelligences (NI), modern developments in information technology (IT), and potential research advancements in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) will all contribute to the development of intellectual capabilities (AI).
The evolution of the speed of interaction between intelligence system components
Nerve conduction velocity has been estimated at speeds ranging from 0.5% to 120 m/s so far. The speed of sound and light is measured. It became apparent that they largely decide the speeds of physical signals-information carriers, as well as the speeds of intelligent systems and their components.
Components in intelligence services have evolved over time.
Human population rises from two first-borns to around 70 million, 300 million, one billion, 6 billion by the turn of the twentieth century, and 7.7 billion today. Neuron was established after it received widespread attention, and the neuron doctrine is the belief that the nervous system is made up of distinct human cells. According to current estimates, an adult human's brain contains 86 billion neurons during the ontogenesis and phylogenesis phase.
These are just some of the questions that scientists in the field of AI have pondered and attempted to answer for centuries. In fact, Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem is one of the first results in mathematics that clearly states that it’s impossible to create a completely general intelligent machine, though there are potentially ways to cheat this. We’re going to explore some of these ideas in this article. But first, let’s talk about AI and how we got here.
After many failed attempts on creating an intelligent machine, AI has seen immense progress over the last decade with the introduction of deep learning algorithms and advances in computational power similar to Moore’s Law. Sometimes, AI is talked about as one subject area, but there are really many different branches related to Intelligence, Like Natural Language Processing (NLP), Computational Creativity, Computer Vision, and Robotics. Currently, AI is very useful for doing certain tasks such as Spelling Checks, Data Mining, Facial Recognition, Speech Recognitionand Go and Chess. However, while AI can be used for tasks such as data mining and analysis, it cant be used to solve new problems or perform creativity. As Gödel’s Theorem before AI was created in 1956, there could not have been recursivity in mathematics which is why AIs tend to have limitations. One key limitation of AI is related to the fact that it can learn from examples but not pursue alternative problems that have not arisen before.
As the future societal effects of such technology, a variety of scientists and forecasters call for prioritizing early studies into the possible advantages and dangers of human and computer cognitive enhancement.