There’s nothing artificial about this intelligence

After spending a weekend in Tokyo learning about Artificial Intelligence, my entire perspective changed. I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I was a sceptic when I walked into the plane for the overnight flight. I went determined to ask probing questions in support of my presupposition that machines can only do what man tells them and that they’re void of emotion.Simply defined, AI, as it is commonly referred to, is machine intelligence. According to Russel and Novig, computer scientists known for their contributions to AI, “An ideal ‘intelligent’ machine is a flexible rational agent that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximise its chance of success at some goal.”In effect, it’s a machine acting like a human. Yet there is a big difference between the machine and man.…

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