French Essay

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David St-Amant Farmer 28 février 2016
340-P4U-JR Gr :301
Revue de presse : Intelligence artificielle
La robotique et l’intelligence artificielle ont connu de brillantes avancées dans les quarante dernières années, ce qui révolutionna plusieurs domaines, dont la production industrielle. Les robots pouvant travailler plus rapidement et plus efficacement que les humains tout en étant infatigables. Toutefois, la soif d’avancées scientifiques ne s’arrête pas là, bien au contraire, car des leaders mondiaux de la technologie tels que Google, Microsoft, Tesla, Apple et Facebook investissent désormais des quantités énormes de temps et d’argent dans le développement de l’intelligence artificielle. Plusieurs scientifiques croient que les trente prochaines années vont être hôtes de grandes avancées qui pourraient révolutionner le marché du travail dans les pays industrialisés. En effet, avec l’ajout d’une capacité à réfléchir et à apprendre, combinée avec leur capacité de stockage de données énorme et leur absence de faiblesses physiques, les robots pourraient remplacer presque tous les humains dans des domaines comme la production, le service d’aide, l’éducation, le service à la clientèle, la construction, etc. Certains scientifiques prédisent qu’une telle utilisation de la robotique dans la société pourrait entraîner un taux de chômage de plus de 50%. Néanmoins, aussi loin que puisse se projeter les prédictions sur le degré d’intelligence des robots, une chose reste absente, la présence de sentiments et d’émotions chez l’intelligence artificielle. Ainsi, celle-ci pourrait remplacer les humains dans diverses tâches, mais cette absence aurait-elle un grand impact ? Avoir un robot sans émotions pour enseigner à…...

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