Starter Questions – Humans vs Machine Search for Knowledge

These starter questions are on the theme of humans and searching for knowledge. We’re getting used to replying on machines to help find information for us but when it comes to getting knowledge – based on real experience or facts that come from understanding, it’s usually more reliable to ask a person.

Will this real human knowledge become more and more valuable? In some cases does human bias serve some purpose to protect us or help us speed up decisions?

 

1. Are humans better than machines at searching for knowledge?

2. How much would you pay for on demand knowledge from a real human?

3. Is all bias bad?

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