Sergey Tokarev: AI vs Human Intelligence

The emergence of ChatGPT has brought both much excitement and anxiety. On the one hand, the AI algorithm allows people to save time and concentrate on other organizational things. On the other hand, AI can generate accurate, high-quality content according to the well-formulated prompt. This made people, especially creative artists, worry about losing their jobs. The founder of SET University and Roosh, Sergey Tokarev commented on key aspects concerning most people about AI.

Can human intelligence be replaced by AI?

The definite answer to this question is no, according to Sergey Tokarev. No matter how good an AI product, like ChatGPT, can be, it can’t replace human intelligence. But it is essential to accept it as an excellent tool to simplify work processes. For example, it can do the daily routine job while a person can dive into other company questions. The Roosh founder underlies that people need to adapt to a new reality and conditions AI brings. It should become a complement to human intelligence but not its replacement.

What are artists scared about?

No one expected such a breakthrough in AI. Since ChatGPT was developed, it has shown truly impressive results in generating different content: text, images, music, drawing, etc. It can solve simple tasks. But in a few years, the world will expect even more improvement, according to Sergey Tokarev.

For this reason, creative professionals began to worry whether they could be replaced by AI algorithms. The SET University founder notes that not all artists can be replaced. Only the top experts will have their jobs and manage AI.

What is the AI algorithm good at?

Artificial intelligence has shown much progress in many areas, and Sergey Tokarev shares some of them. First, he underlies AI’s deep implementation in searching. It can deliver a quick answer with in-depth research and comparison of a service or product.

AI is an excellent instrument in customer support. It learns pretty fast and can find appropriate answers to certain questions. Also, its generated content can be voiced, which is a brilliant feature for challenged people. Very soon, people won’t understand who they are talking to: an algorithm or a human.

Another area where AI can manage, Tokarev mentions an assistant. The algorithm can process massive amounts of data and generate a required document due to good training. So AI can analyze emails, calendars, and to-do lists.

Are there any challenges with AI?

The entrepreneur explains that the world was not ready to accept such a rapid growth of artificial intelligence. Some questions remain unsolved as they should be taken into account by specific jurisdictions as well. But the most pressing challenge about AI is the ethical one. When using the benefit of the algorithm, people feel concerned about using publicly posted pictures and the matter of copyright.

Also, the Roosh founder notes who will be responsible for the consequences of AI when it harms a human. Should it be a user, a developer, or an algorithm itself? Nobody knows the answer to this question yet. But it is time to change the legal system dramatically to control AI work.