​AI tends to lose its definition once it becomes commonplace: SAS

When debating what qualifies as artificial intelligence (AI), Evan Stubbs, chief analytics officer for SAS Australia, believes the definition is a set of moving goal posts, and every time a machine that can think as well as a human is made, it is immediately redefined as something along the lines of pattern detection in an automated system of real-time data feeds, not AI. For this reason, Stubbs believes asking when it will be that a machine can think as well as a human is a loaded question. Latest Australian news “The mistake we made with artificial intelligence generally back in the ’60s and ’70s was thinking that for artificial intelligence to be useful it had to be exactly the same as a human; it had to be as intelligent as…


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