Does AI subvert our humanity?

Our relationships with machines are not unidirectional

When Gary Kasparov lost to a chess playing computer in 1997 I recall the paranoia people felt as they assumed this marked the moment where machines became smarter than humans. Of course it wasn’t, but it was a reminder that humans can be as dumb as machines.

Similarly while there are a range of human capabilities that machines are nowhere near replicatin…

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