How to deal with artificial intelligence in the age of information explosion?
With the development of artificial intelligence, we will be exposed to more information, but the distinction between true and false, useful and useless is becoming increasingly blurred. At this time, it is important for us to have a dialectical thinking, to maintain a skeptical attitude, and to focus on thinking and practice.
The attitudes of "believing in books is not as good as having no books" and "I understand the six classics, and the six classics understand me" complement each other and are equally applicable when using artificial intelligence. We need to exert our own dialectical thinking ability, select valuable information, and use our own thinking and practice to adjust the machine's responses, in order to truly grasp knowledge, establish a ideological system, and achieve self-value enhancement.