AI isn't about replacing humans. It's about complementing them. That's why it should be called augmented intelligence.
In tandem with advances in artificial intelligence, there’s growing interest in establishing ethical guidelines and standards to weigh the robustness and trustworthiness of the AI algorithms that are helping or replacing humans in making important and critical decisions.
By Rana Gujral Artificial intelligence as a discipline consists of hundreds of individual technologies, concepts, and applications. These terms have become increasingly important as STEM education expands and there is a boom in practical household and...
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The fourth industrial revolution is well underway — and it's thanks to a confluence of technologies we wrote off as science fiction just a few short years ago.
The quest for creating thinking machines has split artificial intelligence into two fields: Narrow AI, what we have, and general AI, what we wish to achieve
NLP and NLG, the two branches of AI that parse and generate human language, have removed many of the barriers between humans and computers.