• Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, almost 5 years ago

    this is kind of off-topic, but how are we defining "artificial intelligence" at this point? natural language processing and response?

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    • Asher SimondsAsher Simonds, almost 5 years ago

      Much of AI in this context has been around interaction with people: when, why, and how. The processing of requests, once formed in an order computers can understand, is a simpler task.

      Machine learning, by contrast, looks at finding connections in data where there wasn't before, and using that to add value to the content of the interaction.

      At least, that's how I see it.

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