Will AI Replace Our Leaders?

Ever since Alan Turing developed ‘the Turing Test,’ better known as ‘the imitation game,’ the main objective, albeit contentiously, of Artificial Intelligence has been singularity, that is, the creation of a self-teaching system that can outperform human capabilities across a wide range of disciplines. Is this just a matter of time? According to one of the main proponents of singularity, Ray Kurzweil, Google’s Director of Engineering, 2029 is the predicted year in which AI will pass a valid Turing test, thus achieving human levels of intelligence, whilst 2045 is the year in which “we will multiply our effective intelligence a.

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