It seems to me that we don't even know how a human being thinks. How his memories are stored and in what order. Humans have trillions of possible neural connections and if you were to get a couple of hundred thousand in AI you'd be a great deal better than any AI presently is. And remember - you cannot teach a machine to do something for which there is no presently known answer. Recent claims of AI teaching another AI to do something better than a human could seems a bit far-fetched to me. I should think that in reality it would be AI teaching another AI to do the same thing as it can do more rapidly. Algorithms are limited to the operations they were designed to do. This is not comic book fantasies.So far, I am not convinced that machines are particularly good at learning. For example, an average human teenager can learn to drive a car with about 60 hours of experience. The machines that are learning the same task have millions of hours and are far from average. Similarly, even a below average human toddler can learn to speak any language with far less data than is available to computers attempting the same task.