Artificial intelligence or intelligent artificiality?

It’s well known that we in the tech sector love our acronyms.  We also like re-badging stuff.What was once ASP (application service provision) morphed into SaaS (software as a service) and then became part of the cloud computing eco-system. And so it is at the moment with AI (artificial intelligence).  There have been a number of pronouncements recently, particularly from private practice firms, about their adoption of AI.  But is the truth more weighted towards the “artificial” than the “intelligence”? That well-known convenient one-stop-shop of truth, Wikipedia, defines AI as “a machine acting as a rational agent that perceives its environment and takes actions which maximise its chance for success at an arbitrary goal”.  Even colloquially, it says, AI tends to be applied when “a machine uses cutting-edge techniques to…

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