“Learning” Things Will Become Obsolete, Says Top AI Expert


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Nikolas Kairinos Believes That Googling Items Will Become Obsolete
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Nikolas Kairinos is the top artificial intelligence expert and CEO and founder of Fountech.ai. He recently said in an interview that within twenty years, we would have access to implants in our heads that will enable us to learn everything. He said, ‘You won’t need to memorize anything.’

Nikolas Kairinos Believes That Googling Items Will Become Obsolete

This means that you won’t need to go looking for answers as well. Kairinos said that this would eliminate the need for googling stuff. He says, ‘Without making a sound or typing anything, you can ask something like ‘how do you say this in French?’ and instantly you’ll hear the information from the AI implant and be able to say it.’

Nikolas Kairinos Believes That Googling Items Will Become Obsolete

The said implants bear a striking resemblance to Elon Musk’s Neuralink. Neuralink is a project that will allow a person to download directly from the computers to his or her brain. As per Kairinos, such a future is going to be our reality. He said, ‘The need to actually learn something parrot fashion is going to disappear because we will have access to that instantly. Google will be in your head, and that’s not far-fetched. It’ll be like having a really smart assistant that will almost think like you.’

Nikolas Kairinos Believes That Googling Items Will Become Obsolete

What’s exciting is the fact that Kairinos is sure that this advancement is actually quite close. He says, ‘If you look at the development of AI, the progress we are going to see in the next five years is going to tower what we have seen in the last 50. We are at this point now when we are going to see massive, massive change. So in 5 years from now, it’s going to be completely different from what we have now.’

Nikolas Kairinos Believes That Googling Items Will Become Obsolete

Furthermore, the AI expert believes that all of these changes will actually serve humanity. He says, ‘I know it sounds a little bit cheesy, but we focus on artificial intelligence that will make the world a better place – AI that will improve people’s lives on a mass scale, globally.’

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