Why Artificial Intelligence Is Simply Impossible

-Op-Ed-BRUSSELS — At a primary school, young children were asked to complete the following sentence: “The cat has … legs and the bird … .” Conscientiously, the pupils filled in the blanks with the numbers four and two. That is, all but one of them, who instead wrote, “The cat has pain in his legs and the bird is sad about it.” Does that one student’s answer indicate that he is somehow less intelligent than the rest? Of course not. For sure, he has a different intelligence, one that’s more unusual. He doesn’t think in the same way as the rest of his classmates, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t think just as well, or even better. So-called “intelligence” tests offer little information about actual intellectual capacity. It’s a bit…


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