JSOU Quick Look: Artificial Intelligence (AI) Factsheet   [open pdf - 1MB]

From the Document: "AI [Artificial Intelligence] is a specific field within computer science that explores how automated computing functions can resemble those of humans. Subfields such as machine learning (ML), machine vision (MV) e.g. Project Maven, and speech-to-text are all ways in which AI can be applied. According to existing research, AI is typically grouped into the following three categories: 1. Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI): AI that can execute one particular decision type, such as capably play chess. ANI is also described as Weak AI. 2. Artificial General Intelligence (AGI): AI that can execute multiple functions, such as capably play both chess and checkers. AGI is also known as Strong AI. 3. Artificial Super Intelligence (ASI): AI that surpasses human intelligence, such as discovers unexplainable ways to play both chess and checkers. ASI is also categorized as Strong AI. While scientists have arguably mastered category 1, the development of category 2 is only beginning. Category 3 may be a lifetime away, if ever."

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