The Current State and Future of Artificial Intelligence

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There is no denying that Artificial intelligence is the future of mankind. The question is just how much we will let AI enter our world. And how fast it will happen?

You should not expect a twist like in “Rise of the Machines”. No, machines will never become our rulers. That is a catastrophic fan fiction that only the biggest fans of Terminator only believe in.

With that in mind, we have already let AI help us in multiple ways. For example, smart technology, driving-assistance in vehicles, and much more.

Journalist Ashlee Vance goes to the unexpected birthplace of Artificial Intelligence, Canada. She tells the story in details how AI was born, and how much we use it nowadays.

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