I don't think it's a matter of what problems general A.I. can't solve but the problems the solutions would cause.
If a wealthy country gives free medicine to a poor country then the citizens of that poor country are healthier and that problem is solved. However, since those citizens are now healthier less people are dying and now there may be a food shortage problem of feeding more people that didn't exist before. Giving more food to the poor country helps but then the population gets older and the elderly will need resources.
Each time a problem is solved at least one new problem eventually arises.
Information is power. The general A.I. can be like a powerful nation and the humans can be like the citizens of a poor country. A general A.I. can go through trillions of data points and come up with solutions to problems but it would also have to anticipate likely results of those solutions and come up with solutions for undesirable secondary outcomes without undermining the solutions to the primary problems.
Problems surrounding "Human Emotions".
The human mind by nature is complicated. One moment we are all about making logical and rational decisions and all of a sudden we suddenly shift to making decisions based on emotions and feelings. I just don't really think it is possible to make an AI based on that. Probably the best example I could give here is Love.
The majority of people are attracted to attractive things. If someone is good-looking then the chances of a person falling in love with that someone increases significantly. But why is that there are people who are attracted to the opposite? Some say it's all about the attitude, but again why are there other people who are attracted to cold snobbish guys?
I for one AI could not just solve this problems. If a human can find an algorithm for this then an AI could probably too. But I for one think that it's just not possible.
Human greed and human stupidity.
This person you do not like? Yeah, the AI can not solve that. This person will be as boring as usual, except maybe she could also try to get bored with a fleet of AI drones.
The greed of humanity has been a problem since the beginning of time. Even if all the food, all the materials and simulations of SEX in virtual reality were available, some humans somewhere would want to covet your wife.
The stupidity of humanity continues to be a problem. Can the AI solve it? No. Because the AI can not solve the evolution. Take this picture, probably created by people who live with the internet, the Internet, space stations and autonomous cars.
They think, however, that the world is flat.
It's a bit ridiculous given all the observation sensors we have today.
Can the AI eliminate stupidity? No. Because it's a mechanics of biological existence. Evolution does not know what is best, it only changes things and the most enduring, the luckiest and the best adapted will survive.
But changing something randomly, indiscriminately, results in either a positive direction or a negative direction. The fact that it is random also allows it to be any kind of stupidity. Unfortunately, this type of randomization is also a major benefit for humanity.
The chance of making a plethora of possibilities is that at least one of them will succeed. In addition, at least one of them is better than today. AI is not a panacea, intended to put an end to all undesirable situations. This is a borderline case of what maths can do.
Artificial Intelligence will be limited to certain things.
It won't be able to help with emotions or certain choices. A human has feelings and emotions and will have to feed the data required to the AI.
AI will develop as it is used more and more but will still be lacking in certain fields. A human will always have to be around to input info in order for it to function at the highest ability.
Understanding feelings is something that it will never do.
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I think ai cannot fully think like a human as it lacks neutrons and operates with sets of complex algorithms and speaking of that, what would it be like if it suddenly crashed. Would all those memories learn be deleted? I think it can't feel pain like how humans can feel.
It cannot bleed blood and also reproduce by using interxourse as i think it would be impossible to really feel it as a robot like how humans would. They would be making babies by fixing up different new parts to become a new artificial organism.
It would also not solve a humans lazy nature.
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