Having analysed,reviewed quite a number of user questions inline with answers concerning AI,sometimes I understand nor take note that AI community does not try much to avoid the term computational Intelligence,the feeling I get is that there's need to put some distance between AI and CI. However, there is a little bit confusion especially when it comes to computational intelligence application topics,for instance;
According to IEEE computational intelligence society ,
it defines it's subjects of interest as Neural networks, Fuzzy systems,Evolutionary Computational and Swarm Intelligence,chess programs based on heuristic search..,etc..
Now this makes an impression that computational intelligence could be the umbrella under which AI falls into.
Also,according to computational intelligence, an international journal (Blackwell publishing since 1948 in association with Atlantis Press
It states that computational intelligence is just another name for artificial intelligence.
However, new scientists, engineers nor researchers on board could not as well get it right, when the two terms come into play,this has come to my notice due to some of questions migrated to cross validated community,others being too broad due to the question problem solutions needed, besides scientific projects,and lastly utopian AI questions.
Hint Since we are on the level of artificial narrow intelligence, but when you try to critically figure out its real world applications, they fall under the umbrella of computational intelligence.
I have some hints nor glimpse on the two subjects and I would be very interested in the ideas of others, besides that, the definition of AI,here everyone has a point on it,but what about when we try to state the real description of CI,so that in future,new scientists, machine learning engineers/reseachers get it right away.