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What does #artificialintelligence and #psychoanalysis have in common? AI's predictive power, and the unconscious' subliminal power complement three things that enable workplace and individual transformation: human judgement, data, action.
The value of AI lies in its ability to reduce the load on humans with regards to mental tasks, to not only save on costs, but also enhance the quality of human judgement and decision-making. The value of psychoanalysis lies in its ability to reduce the load on the personality with regards to emotional issues, to not only enhance mental wellbeing, but also enhance the quality of human judgement and decision-making.
Both AI and psychoanalysis require large amounts of data to be transformational - AI requires business data to harness AI's predictive capabilities and psychoanalysis requires unconscious data (memories, dreams, fantasies, imagination etc) to harness the psyche's healing capabilities.
(Source: Oxford Artificial Intelligence Programme, 2022)
AI can perform highly complex problem-solving (such as unravelling intricate cancer diagnoses), but it can also suffer major setbacks (such as the potential for racial discrimination) (Oxford AI Programme, 2022).
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