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Your viewpoint is very interesting. I have two questions.

If we use an "expert threshold" to define advanced artificial intelligence, what would the threshold for superintelligence be? There are exceptional individuals, such as Leonardo da Vinci or Einstein, who could be considered superintelligent. 

I believe, in order to be a fair comparison, superintelligence should be compared to these rare cases. Yet, we lack sufficient data on such individuals, and even if we had the data, our current systems might not comprehend these unique forms of intelligence. What's your perspective on this?

Also, you characterized superintelligence as the equivalent of 8 billion AI systems working for one year. However, it's impractical to have 8 billion people collaborate on a task for a year. How should this be measured appropriately?

Thank you.