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I would like to add this as a comment to Martin Thoma's answer, but I do not have enough reputation to comment... However, the most important point he stresses out for me is the definition of "perfect". Since the question was already tagged "philosophy", I think that the answer can be a bit philosophically here ;) The point we miss, is that there is no ...


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When it comes to the human brain, we are prone to make mistakes. Where as artificial intelligence is sometimes represented to the public as perfect. What is true about AI and why? Anything that exists outside of fiction that can be called AI and is not trivial is not perfect. Examples: Alexa: creepy laugh - not trivial, but not perfect Tic-Tac-Toe / ...


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