Two Cultures of Philosophy: AI Edition

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Up for discussion: the following two claims (along with their presuppositions, ambiguities, etc).

“If you think artificial intelligence could improve philosophy, then you’re mistaken about a central point of philosophy.”

“If you think artificial intelligence could not improve philosophy, then you’re mistaken about a central point of philosophy.”

(Prompted by the consideration of a distinction between technology that alleviates the need for human thinking and technology that improves it, as raised in a Twitter thread by Zachary Pirtle.)

Related:
The Distant Future of Philosophy
“Hey Sophi”, or How Much Philosophy Will Computers Do?
Will Computers Do Philosophy?

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