The human-machine combination augments total intelligence, and can significantly raise both productivity and quality
Partial integration of technology that delivers a human-machine combination augments total intelligence, and can significantly raise both productivity and quality. When man and machine interact, you always get the best results. To illustrate the point, Russian chess grandmaster Gary Kasparov created a new version of the game called “freestyle chess” in which, two humans play either each other or a computer, but are also allowed to employ their own technology too. It consistently showed that a human playing with a computer will always beat another human or machine. It’s a simple case of how; when you combine the two, they’re more powerful than either is on their own – and it’s the same with AI.
Greater than the sum of their parts.