AI Definitions: Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning vs. Cognitive Computing vs. Robotics vs. Strong AI….

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AI is the compelling topic of tech conversations du jour, yet within these conversations confusion often reigns – confusion caused by loose use of AI terminology. The problem is that AI comes in a variety of forms, each one with its own distinct range of capabilities and techniques, and at its own stage of development. Some forms of AI that we frequently hear about, such as Artificial General Intelligence, the kind of AI that might someday automate all work and that we might lose control of – may never come to pass. Others are doing useful work and are driving growth in the high performance sector of the technology industry. These definitions aren't meant to be the final word on AI terminology, the industry is growing and changing so fast that terms will change and new ones will be added.



Artificial or Augmented Intelligence: Talks with Intel's Chief Data Scientist, Bob Rogers

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I recently sat down with Bob Rogers. Bob is Intel's Chief Data Scientist for Analytics and AI. I sought out answers to the some of the most popular questions related to artificial and augmented intelligence. The entire interview was illuminating, and shed some light on aspects that many people wouldn't know about.


Artificial or Augmented Intelligence: Talks with Intel's Chief Data Scientist, Bob Rogers

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Editor's Note: This blog was originally posted on LinkedIn on July 3, 2017 I recently sat down with Bob Rogers. Bob is Intel's Chief Data Scientist for Analytics and AI. I sought out answers to the some of the most popular questions related to artificial and augmented intelligence. The entire interview was illuminating, and shed some light on aspects that many people wouldn't know about. So what is AI? Artificial intelligence is human-like intelligence that works in a similar way to our brains--though not quite, of course.


Artificial or Augmented Intelligence: Talks with Intel's Chief Data Scientist, Bob Rogers

@machinelearnbot

I recently sat down with Bob Rogers. Bob is Intel's Chief Data Scientist for Analytics and AI. I sought out answers to the some of the most popular questions related to artificial and augmented intelligence. The entire interview was illuminating, and shed some light on aspects that many people wouldn't know about. So what is AI? Artificial intelligence is human-like intelligence that works in a similar way to our brains--though not quite, of course.