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Artificial Intelligence - The term is comprised of two words - 'Artificial' and'Intelligence' both of which make complete sense in themselves. While'artificial' can be deduced as something that cannot be found in Nature or has been designed by human beings from natural sources, 'intelligence' refers to the general ability of thinking or the capacity to reason. Natural intelligence is something that is found in human beings and other animals in their capacity to interact with the environment. Some people misinterpret the fact that Artificial Intelligence is a system. But in fact, it is not a system.