Human Intelligence Versus Artificial Intelligence A Paradigm Shift in Intellectual Property Law (Paperback)
Humans have long sought novel ways to execute diverse jobs with the least amount of effort. For all of this, technologies have been proposed and therefore are continuously being developed, one being Artificial Intelligence technology. Despite the fact that artificial intelligence was first proposed in the 1950s, the topic still requires a lot of research and development, especially in affluent countries. Since the dawn of civilization, the notion that humans could one day construct robots that can think for them and act independently has been ingrained in our culture and literature.1
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a difficult idea to grasp. Despite the fact that the concept is not new, it has gained such traction in recent years that it has become a topic of debate among scientists, academics, policymakers, as well as business leaders. This is due to the fact that AI is such a large discipline that it has an impact on practically every aspect of modern life.2.