Artificial intelligence researcher Janelle Shane describes her research on artificial intelligence in her new book about artificial intelligence.


Shane also points out that artificial intelligence is not as intelligent as he thinks it is.

We are all closely following the developments in artificial intelligence in recent years. Even if we don't realize it, artificial intelligence is somewhere in our daily lives. We encounter artificial intelligence in many areas, from the applications we use on our phones to the advertisements that appear on our websites.

But some of the uses of artificial intelligence are causing people to worry about the future of artificial intelligence. Many artificial intelligence products, from facial recognition software to deepfake videos, are at the forefront of the perturbations created by artificial intelligence.

Author and researcher Janelle Shane, who has been working on artificial intelligence for a long time, has published a new book on artificial intelligence. Shane brings together important information about artificial intelligence in his book You Look like a Thing and I Love you.

In his book on artificial intelligence, Shane conveys a lot of information, from experiments that enable neural networks to be trained, to actual observations. Shane says that in addition to the information he passed on, artificial intelligence is a way to understand the rules of our world's weirdness.

Janelle Shane also cites in her book The Five Principles of the weirdness of artificial intelligence. One of Shane's principles is that artificial intelligence isn't as smart as it sounds. “The danger of artificial intelligence is not that it's too smart, but that it's not smart enough,” says Shane. Shane suggests that artificial intelligence is not yet as intelligent as thought, so he doesn't really understand the problem that is being asked to solve.

We don't know how true Janelle Shane's principles about artificial intelligence are, continuing her research on artificial intelligence. The experts will certainly say something about Shane's principles later on. However, it would not be too ambitious to say that artificial intelligence can provide a better future for humanity than a future to be feared.