The episode addresses the frequent confusion between artificial intelligence (AI) and artificial general intelligence (AGI). While AGI represents a form of sentient AI capable of independent thought, the current state of AI, even advanced forms like generative AI, is likened to a highly sophisticated autocorrect. These AI models pull from vast databases to produce responses that seem intelligent but are essentially aggregations of historical data. The host refutes the popular notion that current AI systems, like ChatGPT, can self-modify into sentient beings. Such beliefs arise from our tendency to anthropomorphize AI. Real intelligence, as per the host, requires a breakthrough beyond the current state of generative AI. The episode concludes on a contemplative note about the unpredictable future of AI and AGI evolution.