BitLanders C-Blogging: Main misconceptions about artificial intelligence

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This is my new C-Blog for the AI-themed project named "bitLanders C-Blogging." It is entitled "BitLanders C-Blogging: Main misconceptions about artificial intelligence." My previous C-Blogs are: "BitLanders C-Blogging: Should we fear artificial intelligence?", "BitLanders C-Blogging: How Hollywood uses AI to make successful movies," and "BitLanders C-Blogging: Latest technologies and trends in AI."

In recent years, the topic of artificial intelligence has become widely discussed, although the concept itself is not new at all. Artificial intelligence has been surrounding us in one form or another for many years. But people are still afraid of the "AI uprising."

In science, artificial intelligence refers to systems designed to solve intellectual problems. AI is a technology designed to create machines that could work and act like a human being. This basically refers to the human ability to understand, reason, learn and interact.

Along with the growing interest in AI, many misconceptions have appeared. There is the opinion that artificial intelligence is a serious threat, even to the conquest of the world in the future. However, in fact, AI technology is about how to complement the capabilities of the human brain, to help us better manage our data and, ultimately, work more efficiently.

I have researched the main misconceptions about artificial intelligence, and you can read my selections in the Querlo chat below. Feel free to check it out! Choose among the given replicas to let the conversation flow, please.


Image credit: Screenshot of Querlo chat

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