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A clarification of misconceptions, myths and desired status of artificial intelligence

@article{EmmertStreib2020ACO,
  title={A clarification of misconceptions, myths and desired status of artificial intelligence},
  author={Frank Emmert-Streib and Olli P. Yli-Harja and Matthias Dehmer},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.05607}
}
The field artificial intelligence (AI) has been founded over 65 years ago. Starting with great hopes and ambitious goals the field progressed though various stages of popularity and received recently a revival in the form of deep neural networks. Some problems of AI are that so far neither 'intelligence' nor the goals of AI are formally defined causing confusion when comparing AI to other fields. In this paper, we present a perspective on the desired and current status of AI in relation to… Expand
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