Human history has been tragically marred by our presumption that understanding a problem with our brains means that we will be able to summon our will to solve it. Excessive trust in purely neocortical reasoning overlooks the facts:
- That decision-making involves a complex interplay of reason and emotions and that choice requires more than the neocortex;
- That we are as likely to make choices leading to bad social outcomes as decisions for the common good.
The question is: Can Artificial Intelligence like ChatGPT eventually supplant us because of its superior…
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