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Differences between AI and AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a technology developed by humans that mimics human thought processes. It is based on algorithms and computer models.

Capabilities: fast data processing, ability to perform specific tasks efficiently.

Limitations: lack of emotion and intuition.

AI can evolve by learning new data, but it is not conscious of its development and needs human intervention to adapt to new tasks.

Human intelligence (HI) is a natural and biological ability that includes consciousness, reflection, emotion, and cognition. It is shaped by biological, environmental and experiential factors.

Capabilities: creativity, understanding context, decision making based on complex factors (emotional, ethical, etc.), learning from experience.

Limitations: slow processing of large amounts of data, susceptibility to bias and errors in judgment, mental fatigue.

CHI develops throughout life and can adapt to a wide variety of situations. It has a much greater capacity for learning and adaptation than AI.

Comparison and synergy

Interoperability: AI is used as a complement to CHI, performing repetitive tasks and processing large amounts of data, while CHI is focused on tasks that require deep understanding, creativity, and moral judgment.

Complementarity: AI complements human capabilities by providing tools and analytics, while CHI guides and gives meaning to AI applications.

To summarize, the synergy of these two technologies holds tremendous promise in many areas.