re: What is and is not "artificial intelligence"? VIEW POST

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It is a slippery thing to define, as captured in the popular quote:

A problem that proponents of AI regularly face is this: When we know how a machine does something 'intelligent,' it ceases to be regarded as intelligent. If I beat the world's chess champion, I'd be regarded as highly bright

  • Fred Reed

Generally this is called the AI Effect

I think Douglas Hofstadter puts it best: "AI is whatever hasn't been done yet."

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