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DIGI1000 AI Quiz: Artificial Super Intelligence Hypothetical Form of AI That Can Outsmart Humans

Learn the meaning and difference between ASI and AGI, and why ASI is hypothetically more intelligent than humans. Understand the challenges and implications of creating and controlling ASI.

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Which type of Artificial Intelligence is hypothetically more intelligent than humans?





The correct answer is B. ASI. ASI stands for Artificial Super Intelligence, which is the form of AI that can surpass human intelligence and capabilities in all aspects, and can create and improve itself without human intervention. ASI is a hypothetical and speculative concept, as it is beyond the current understanding and limits of AI and humanity.

AGI stands for Artificial General Intelligence, which is the form of AI that can perform any intellectual task that a human can, and can learn and reason across different domains and contexts. AGI is the ultimate goal of AI research, but it is not yet achieved or even clearly defined.

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