Getting Clarity by Defining Artificial Intelligence - A Survey

@inproceedings{Monett2017GettingCB,
  title={Getting Clarity by Defining Artificial Intelligence - A Survey},
  author={Dagmar Monett and Colin W. P. Lewis},
  booktitle={PT-AI},
  year={2017}
}
Intelligence remains ill-defined. Theories of intelligence and the goal of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) have been the source of much confusion both within the field and among the general public. Studies that contribute to a well-defined goal of the discipline and spread a stronger, more coherent message, to the mainstream media, policy-makers, investors, and the general public to help dispel myths about A.I. are needed. We present the preliminary results of our research survey “Defining… Expand
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