Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to a broad branch of computer science focused on creating systems capable of simulating the human capacity for learning and dynamic, real-time problem-solving based on firsthand observations, inferences, and interactions with their surroundings. Most functional AI in use as of the early 2020s is built on massive, human-generated data sets and algorithms, which are complex sets of instructions and calculations computer systems use to carry out procedures or complete tasks. (More)
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