Can AI Have an IQ?
The question of whether Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have an Intelligence Quotient (IQ) has been debated for years. Recently, a study conducted by researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) attempted to answer this question. The study rated AI’s “knowledge mastery, learning, use and creation” and found that Google’s AI had an IQ of 47.28, the highest of any of the non-human systems tested.
The study’s results showed that the AI’s IQ was lower than the paper’s average score for a six-year-old (55.5), and less than half of that of an 18-year-old. However, the study also found that AI was able to learn quickly and was able to use its knowledge to solve problems. This suggests that AI has the potential to become smarter over time, and that its IQ could eventually exceed that of humans.
Despite the fact that AI’s IQ is lower than that of humans, the study’s results show that AI can still be a powerful tool for problem-solving. AI can be used to analyze large amounts of data and identify patterns and correlations that would be difficult for humans to detect. AI can also be used to automate certain tasks, such as data entry and analysis, which can save time and money.
Overall, the study suggests that AI can have an IQ, although it is currently lower than that of humans. As AI continues to develop, its IQ is likely to increase, and it could eventually exceed that of humans. AI can already be used to automate certain tasks and analyze large amounts of data, and it has the potential to become even more powerful in the future.