In an older discussion with Lex Fridman about Artificial Intelligence, Gary Kasparov says he believes humans must be flexible to see how to add value as we increasingly work with AI.
Humans need to recognize when AI becomes superior in particular areas and then find ways to continue to contribute and add value.
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Well yes. In Worlds of Warcraft it has been demonstrated that the fine level of control an AI can exert over each and every unit will tend to decimate a human opponent at the tactical level, which is normally enough to win the game.
But the strategic sense of a human player that is delegating tactical control to an AI partner tends to eat purely AI opponents for lunch.
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