But recent advances in Artificial Intelligence, most notably breakthroughs involving Machine Learning and Neural Networks, have led to strong AI being used in the context of an algorithmic intelligence that can outperform the top humans in specific tasks. (This is sometimes qualified as "strong narrow AI", but the qualifier seems less used time goes on.)
- Because the traditional usage of strong AI are based on theoretical concepts, where the current usage is based on practical, real-world results, does the new usage of "strong AI" supercede the traditional usage?
If this is the case, at what point does the Wiki need to be updated? Is a major paper focused on re-coining the term necessary to formally reference the new usage of the term, or are numerous, informal uses sufficient?
Related: "Strong" has a precise, analytic, formal usage in the context of solved games. This game theoretic usage is similar in spirit to new usage of strong AI in that it connotes results that can be validated.