while AI can complete tasks with no mistake at a great speed, it scores low on creative thinking, ethics, emotional intelligence and understanding the bigger picture. AI is specialized, but humans live in the real world and are aware there are different kinds of information.
Just ask yourself this: Would you be happy if all washing machines disappeared tomorrow? Would you be grateful to do all your washing by hand again? Or would you prefer your washing machine, instead of vanishing suddenly, to discover how to order detergent, separate clothes and even fold them nicely? Would you complain that you have too much spare time and get bored or find new interesting things to focus on? We, at Nibo, know for sure which we'd choose. Because, just as industrial automation has reduced the hours we have to work, domestic automation – like washing machines – has dramatically reduced the amount of housework we have to do.
Can we think of a search engine as artificial intelligence? Is it more intelligent than us? It can definitely store more data than our brain can and 'remember' things much faster. But can it use the data to prove any scientific theory? No. It just saves us time, so we, humans, can focus on making use of that information, sticking pieces together and inventing new things.