AI is a human-like intelligence that is exhibited by a machine or software (google definitions). It is a machine that can think for itself, make moral decisions and can learn on its own without being programed to do another task. We would have to create a device that could in a nutshell program itself. This is very difficult because we don't know where to begin. AI’s are not fully understood. Many people believe Siri to be an AI. This is untrue because siri is just voice a recognition software that is connected to a data base and just searches for results(6). Same goes for Watson, the jeopardy playing robot(6). Almost every robot needs user input, not necessarily from a controller. Robots and AI go handin hand, if you see one, you often see it with the other, simply because they are the perfect compliments. An AI can't do much without ...
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