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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Is it AI?

In Technology Review, a good, but still incomplete,  hand drawn,  decision tree to determine if something is 'AI'.    Covers the basics.   Good start.  Click through for the chart.

Is this AI?  We drew you a flowchart to work it out
The definition of artificial intelligence is constantly evolving, and the term often gets mangled, so we are here to help.     by Karen Hao   

What is AI, exactly? The question may seem basic, but the answer is kind of complicated.

In the broadest sense, AI refers to machines that can learn, reason, and act for themselves. They can make their own decisions when faced with new situations, in the same way that humans and animals can.

As it currently stands, the vast majority of the AI advancements and applications you hear about refer to a category of algorithms known as machine learning. These algorithms use statistics to find patterns in massive amounts of data. They then use those patterns to make predictions on things like what shows you might like on Netflix, what you’re saying when you speak to Alexa, or whether you have cancer based on your MRI.  ... " 

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