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Rational thinking is not on vogue right now

"Machines will take our work away and dominate us." This is what people fear when it comes to artificial intelligence and machines. If you believe the artificial intelligence expert Chris Boss, this concern is understandable but not justified. Although it is sometimes said that we are dominated by machines, it is our decision to what extent we allow ourselves to be dominated.

Machines are mainly used in fields where people have difficulties fulfilling the task at hand and vive versa. Machines offer the opportunity for us to focus more on what we enjoy and what we are good at. Highly developed economies are based, among other things, on economies of scale, which result in many people carrying out standardized work. Should machines liberate us from this burden, then this could cause a wave of new ideas and creativity.