AI will make humanity falter...AI will embody the hope of a future so long awaited by mankind...", such are the two main ambient discourses in which the current world is bathed.
By rejecting any firm and definitive opinion on the matter, we avoid falling into the ease offered by these predictions. Evolution calls for free will.
If the feeling of fear towards AI prevails, it is because we have not yet succeeded in establishing a clear, useful and precise framework. By proposing regulatory keys for AI and robotization from an ethical, economic, social and legal point of view, we are opening the way to follow. This requires the establishment of directive structures capable of adapting, evolving and acting effectively in all circumstances.
With these important assets and major challenges, our company is at a crossroads. The support of current generations and the preparation of future talents must be at the heart of these issues. It is therefore essential to inform and assist professionals, stakeholders and the general public in the definition and transformation of future professions.
According to the IPsoft report, within ten years, machines will perform 80% of time-consuming tasks, leaving room for the development of more human skills: creativity, innovation, conflict resolution, etc. Thus, any individual who is not inclined to adapt and conceptualize may find oneself marginalized.
Preserving its humanity by stimulating its intelligence, will allow Human to improve its interactions with artificial intelligence. It is this complementarity with AI that we must exploit. To take our projects to the top, we must take advantage of everything that differentiates us from this technology (humanity, critical thinking, transversality...).
However, there is now an increasingly serious lack of synchronisation between the acceleration of digital development and the delay in the measures taken. In order to reduce this gap and harmonise the whole, in addition to appropriate communication on the subject, it is imperative to give impetus to the process. This is despite the current difficulties in predicting the place of AI within humanity.
We have many proposals and few real incentives for change. Using technology as a means of evolution is inescapable for humans.
The result of the convergence between neuroscience and computer science will be the cause of changes in mental patterns and models. The search for performance already conditions us in our daily lives. But here we are talking about a specific performance, unique to each individual. Using this technology requires feeding it with a lot of data, regardless of its personal nature. Data has a value. Not to consider it wisely would be dangerous.
The appearance of neuro-technologies in a context of performance optimisation leads us to rethink the world. And it is under the aegis of ethics that the question of human identity and the relationship with its environment will have to be redefined. Any decision whose consequences will be applicable to society will have to be the subject of a public debate. Hence the need to educate the public now to better understand the issues raised by these technologies..