360 Zhou Hongyi: Artificial intelligence is “mentally retarded” and robots think too much about replacing humans

AsiaIndustrial NetNews: Since Google AlphaGo defeated humans in the human-machine battle of Go, various theories have been emerging for a while: humans will be eliminated by machines, and a large number of occupations will be replaced by intelligencerobotreplaced and so on. Recently, Zhou Hongyi, chairman of 360, said that there is no need to panic in the face of artificial intelligence. “The concept of ‘artificial intelligence’ that is being hyped nowadays is essentially ‘weak intelligence’ or even ‘pseudo-intelligence’.”

Zhou Hongyi said that when it comes to artificial intelligence, people may first think of these three things: Will artificial intelligence generate consciousness? Will humans be wiped out by robots? Will there be mass unemployment?

“But what we call artificial intelligence today is actually a new generation of the ancient algorithm of neural network. It is mainly a probabilistic judgment network established by using computer algorithm models and deep learning of big data.” This aspect benefits from the Powerful cloud computing capabilities, on the other hand, benefit from massive amounts of big data. “All of these actually originate from the emergence of the Internet. Without the Internet and without big data, artificial intelligence is like an engine without gasoline, which cannot be started at all.” Therefore, after understanding the technical nature of artificial intelligence, we can know a lot Things it can’t do.

Zhou Hongyi further pointed out that artificial intelligence is not the patent of Internet companies, but has a close relationship with all walks of life. He advocated combining artificial intelligence with specific industries to serve human production and life.

Zhou Hongyi delivered the above speech at the second “Wang Yingluo Management and Innovation Lecture” and the first “Li Huaizu Network Economy and Management Lecture” at his alma mater, Xi’an Jiaotong University.

In recent years, Xi’an Jiaotong University has taken the collaborative education of various classrooms as one of the key tasks of the comprehensive reform of talent training. The school proposes that the first classroom is the main position for knowledge transmission, the second classroom is mainly based on academies, youth league committees, and clubs, the third classroom focuses on practice, the fourth classroom is aimed at international exchanges, and the fifth classroom explores network resources. The five classrooms provide systematic support for the “Four in One”, and work together to improve the quality and competitiveness of talent training. In addition to the traditional three classrooms, Xi’an Jiaotong University has made great efforts to build four and five classrooms in the past two years, making the Internet a classroom for students to learn independently, and allowing knowledge to go beyond the walls of the university to the world.