Artificial Narrow Intelligence

What is Artificial Narrow Intelligence? The term “artificial intelligence” often evokes images from science fiction movies. However, AI technology isn’t fiction: it’s real, and it’s gaining wider usage. Three types of AI are widely recognized in the technological community: narrow, general, and super. Artificial narrow intelligence (ANI) refers to a computer’s ability to perform a single task extremely well, such as crawling a webpage or playing chess. Artificial general intelligence (AGI) is when a computer program can perform any intellectual task that a human could. Artificial super intelligence (ASI) is an AI that surpasses human intellect.  Today, most experts would agree that ANI is still maturing, AGI is at least a couple decades away from being perfected, and ASI is even farther off. Apart from being an exciting technological innovation, ANI has numerous useful…

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