It takes 3 years to give an embryo consciousness and 10 years to have its own cognition.
Such things remain unsolved mysteries to this day.
There was an attempt to adopt an orangutan in the manner of human society, but in the end it could not be accepted by human society.
So is it possible to create an intelligent object that is accepted by human society in an electronic way? Who knows.
Now that AI is suddenly all the rage, go out on the street and ask a random person what AI is.
"Huh? Isn't AI just image recognition? Or big data search? 』
AI is really more like a rule interpreter.
When you inform it of the basic rules of Go, it will give you, based on the possible moves that can occur under this set of rules.
When you inform it of the base rules of the game, it will give you, based on the possible ways to play under this set of rules.
When you inform it of the foundational rules of human society, sorry, you don't fully grasp the foundational rules of human society.
When you inform it of the basic rules of the universe, sorry, humans have no idea what the universe is right now.
That's why AI is now stuck in the stage of imitating humans, because humans have discovered only a handful of rules so far.
And the biggest drawback of existing AI is that it can only interpret rules, not discover or even create them.
Because mankind has not yet figured out what kind of a law is the rule for discovering rules.
It's like 'prophecy'.
After clarifying this basic rule of '7 days a week', human beings can project 'tomorrow Monday' from 'today Sunday'.
But it is difficult for mankind to explain why the rule '7 days a week' came into existence, and on what law did mankind discover or create this rule?
As if it were the truth, man felt that a clear rule of time was needed, and the rule of '7 days a week' came into being.
When AI can actually do the job of discovering and creating rules, that's when sci-fi movie plots can become reality, I guess.