The Biological as a Double Limit for Artificial Intelligence: Review and Futuristic Debate

  title={The Biological as a Double Limit for Artificial Intelligence: Review and Futuristic Debate},
  author={A. Tugui and Daniela Dănciulescu and Mihaela Simona Subtirelu},
  journal={Int. J. Comput. Commun. Control},
This paper aims to identify to what extent artificial intelligence (AI) is biologically limited and to launch a debate on the issue of overcoming these limitations. To achieve our goal, we utilized a qualitative research methodology framework, providing an in-depth analysis of AI limitations formulated by prominent scholars within this field of specialization. We found that the biological boundary imposes a double limitation on AI, both from a gnoseological perspective and from a technological… 

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