There are three categories of intelligence, the first one is ancient, the second, 2-3 hundred years old the last one is relatively new.
1. Human Intelligence
2. Artificial Intelligence
3. Cyborg Intelligence
In the second half of the twentieth century Artificial intelligence really came into its own with software and hardware robots taking over many intelligence tasks from humans, enabling greater speed, flexibility and reductions in cost, as well helping to expand the realm of science and technology.
This transfer of responsibility from human to artificial intelligence was accomplished largely through exercises in knowledge engineering, using human experts; with this knowledge being mapped into artificial intelligence solutions. In most cases the artificial intelligence artifact is a mirror image of the human thought process. Continued research into brain function will continue to feed efforts to design more and more powerful artificial intelligence vehicles.
In the case of the third kind of intelligence (Cyborg Intelligence), artificial intelligence is integrated with human intelligence to give life to a much more superior kind of intelligence. One that draws on the strengths of human beings and matches the weaknesses of the human condition with the strengths of the artificial intelligence driven robot.
Cyborg integration is achieved through both intrusive and non-intrusive matching of human materials with artificial intelligence driven robotic devices.
The next generation of Cyborgs will not be developed in this way, choosing rather to dispense with integrated Human/Artificial Intelligence approaches all together, in favour of evolving the human neo-cortex to include robotic characteristics.
Such is the perspective of Brand Killer Robots!
There will be no need for AI: Because human beings are turning into Robots!