The creation of robots whose intellectual capacities would surpass those of humans currently invites the entire scientific community to consider the future of humanity. If they calculate, read, write and analyze faster than we do, are robots even smarter? According to Navi Radjou and Prasad Kaipa, intelligence is not only about the ability to perform tasks, an intelligent being first of all has well-developed human qualities, such as ingenuity and wisdom. According to them, every human being possesses this human potential, which is unfortunately only rarely exploited.
We should not be afraid of the intellectual development of robots but rather of the under-exploitation of our intelligence. In the complex and interconnected world in which we live, it is essential to set up models of collaboration and symbiosis between companies and individuals, the creation and the functioning of these new ecosystems will be enabled by the emergence of the ethical and ingenious intelligence of each human being.