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AI Doesn’t Actually Exist Yet

Posted by hkarner - 14. November 2019

Date: 13-11-2019
Source: Scientific American By Max Simkoff, Andy Mahdavi

Many businesses claim they’re using it, but they’re kidding themselves—and they’re kidding you, too

During the past few years, all kinds of businesses have begun using what they call “artificial intelligence.” One international survey said 37 percent of organizations have, as a press release put it, “implemented AI in some form.” A different survey, looking at U.S. businesses, put the figure at 61 percent. A third, focused on the U.S. and the U.K., said, in the words of another press release, a whopping “77% have implemented some AI-related technologies in the workplace.”

The numbers don’t differ based on geography alone. They highlight a problem facing any discussion about AI: Few people agree on what it is.

Working in this space, we believe all such discussions are premature. In fact, artificial intelligence for business doesn’t really exist yet. To paraphrase Mark Twain (or rather a common misquote of what Twain actually said), reports of AI’s birth have been greatly exaggerated. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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