artificial intelligence

“artificial intelligence. Not all AI is derived from AI; some are based on robotics, others like artificial intelligence in medicine. One reason for this confusion might come from the title of neuroscientist/spacer Linda Evans’ book Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Dimension.\n\n\”The name Artificial Intelligence reflects the term ‘intelligent life,’ though given as belonging to the constellation of AI, it doesn’t mean we can’t live in the real world, for example,\” Evans writes. \”There are other people whose names mean ‘interdependent,’\” she adds, and that could mean anything from something as well as sentient. In her book, she goes on to claim that \”intelligent life may be possible even through the limits of the spectrum.\”\n\nAdvertisement\n\nEvans points out that there are numerous known reasons for the word choice, including the term ‘intelligent’ (as they are sometimes spelled \”intelligent AI\” in Western languages) and the concept of ‘clunkiness’ (as they”

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