Incapable? Yes, Artificial Intelligence Can’t Do These Things! – Analytics Insight

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  • June 25, 2021
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There are many things that Artificial Intelligence can’t do for humankind or the society
Artificial intelligence has put the future of technology on a high pedestal. In the digital world, artificial intelligence is already capable of doing several things that humans can do. The technology can help robots draw your picture amazingly, write a poem for you, click pictures, do house chores, etc. In a nutshell, artificial intelligence is turning to be humans in the 21st century. However, all is not working out in its favor. If we look closely at AI technology, we can see there are some things that artificial intelligence can’t do.
Humans started working on technology with the thought to make something as capable as him/them. Although we are not in a full-fledged situation to enjoy such luxury, today, artificial intelligence can do a lot of tasks that humans dreamed of. Moving on to the future, AI researchers predict a period when robots could walk, talk, and have perfect human qualities. Even now, half of them are already happening and some are in progress. However, we don’t know if we are awaiting a future where humans and machines work together or robots bring an apocalypse to take over human society. There is no doubt we have had many ground-breaking advancements in machine learning, cloud computing, robotics, quantum computing, etc. Unfortunately, artificial intelligence just isn’t there yet. There are many things, that artificial intelligence can’t do for humankind or society. In a world filled with AI punditry and hysterical fearmongering, separating artificial intelligence from fiction can be a tough task indeed. That is why Analytics Insight has phrased out some things that artificial intelligence can’t do despite its increasing dominance and unconditional development.
Use ‘Common sense’ to Make Decisions in Real-time
A major aspect where artificial intelligence falls behind humans is in using common sense. Although robots are capable of doing what man is incapable of, such as labor intense jobs and working in dangerous circumstances, artificial intelligence is still no competition to humans’ intellect. Machines can even make wise decisions and help humans make the right choice, but when things get twisted, robots entangle in confusion. For example, if we say ‘A woman went shopping. She bought a beautiful dress. She left the place with a big smile.’ If asked what the woman shopped, a human would instantly say ‘a beautiful dress.’ But answering these simple questions is very difficult for artificial intelligence.
Humans can automatically grasp the concept in real-time, but machines are not wise enough to use their common sense and answer in such situations. Besides, humans have lived through times. So, we know what is necessary for a circumstance and what is not. But machines are just fed with data that were run on humans, which can be complicated. Robots can’t get things straight through those datasets and acting to situations in real-time is real trouble for artificial intelligence.
Care for Human Beings
Humans are gifted with a sixth sense that makes us different from other living beings. However, despite the improvements that AI researchers have made, robots are still incapable of caring for humans or fellow robots and machines. For example, the Australian government uses a chatbot called ‘Nadia’ to help people access the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Although Nadia can interpret their speech and expressions with 85% accuracy, she can’t abstract the emotions they carry. With zero emotional intelligence, Nadia just looks at their sad face and carries out the process. Therefore, all the responses by Nadia are rational from a perspective. Whether the caller yells or cries or talks sweetly, her response would be similar to all of them.
This is where robots highly differ from humans. Even AI researchers agree that people will never forget how you made them feel in a critical situation and today’s artificial intelligence can’t compete with reality on that scale.
Do Multiple Tasks at the Same Time
We must’ve come across the ideology that women are capable of doing multiple tasks at the same time very well. When men are already incapable of doing the same at women’s level, machines are nothing. AI researchers have trained robots to solve specific problems. But the ability to perform different tasks at a time is still in progress. Recently, Google tried its hand at making robots do multiple tasks. It implied its Google Assistant to do the routines. But the result was not very positive. Although artificial intelligence was capable of doing a number of things, it only played a selective role after receiving a command. So it is safe to say that today’s robots can’t take notes from a business chart, attend a phone call and answer the queries, and arrange things for the upcoming meeting, all at the same time.
Replace a Good Employee
Forget the dystopian future, humans are just scared of the fact that robots might take over their jobs very soon. Although this could be a reality to some extent, it is not a complete truth. Take the robots in healthcare for example. They take medicines to patients, follow their timeline, and even perform surgeries. But what they lack is the empathy to comfort people. But an actual human doctor can do that. Besides, machines can’t take the initiative and proactively look for areas of improvement. Human employees develop processes and train others to make the company work more effectively and efficiently. Even though machines can take over laborious jobs, they will only push humans to carry out intellectual works without wiping out their job opportunities.

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