Artificial intelligect and human nature




The article presents the main transformational processes of scientific understanding of the role and interaction of «artificial» and «natural» intellect. The aim of the work is to analyze and summarize the most promising results of modern scientific research in the context of supporting the priority of solving «intellectual» problems by «natural intellect» and the role of «artificial intellect». Attention is drawn to the specifics of the artificial intellect functioning, which is significantly limited by the fundamental incompleteness of semantic information and the absence of axiological information. The article is based on the data of scientific developments in the field of natural and historical sciences. The natural intellect is presented as a social phenomenon that arose from the interaction of individual cerebral structures, the optimal characteristics of which were formed as a result of previous evolution, and therefore these characteristics allow to understand and make any dominant decisions. The material summarized in the article allowed to formulate some conclusions. In particular, that an artificial non-biological structure cannot be «smarter» than a person – regardless of how quickly and according to what programmes it processes the information, since it does not have its own goals. But the artificial intellect is a powerful tool for society in its interaction with the outside world. A tool – but in no case an agent that determines its goals and objectives. The artificial intellect as an auxiliary means is and will be created in future by people to achieve the same goal that «natural» intellect serves – better possible satisfaction of the needs of society as a whole and the individual in particular.