“Artificial Intelligence,” (AI) a term with a long history, is once again an industry super-buzzword. Like previous buzzwords of “cloud computing,” “Big Data,” and “Web 2.0,” AI is taking a life of its own. Startups highlight it in every funding pitch-deck to garner higher valuations. Established vendors re-examine their websites making sure AI shows up somewhere. Scientists and billionaires like Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk ring the warning bells of AI super-intelligence—the point in time at which computer-smarts overtake human brains . . .
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