Is it possible for a computer to understand text or speech as humans do? And then translate it into another language?
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While AI is on everyone’s lips nowadays, yet very few people know its origin and reasons for the sudden rise. How the abandoned technology that turned out to be a disappointment in the seventies comes back triumphantly since a few years ago, see in this episode of Bloomberg's "Hello World.” Besides the history and most recognisable faces of AI world served nicely and entertainingly - there are also fact-based predictions on how AI change our world quite soon.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a research field focused on creating solutions that can independently make decisions and actions aimed at a specific result. If it scared you a little, you probably remembered movies or fantasy books about robots taking over control of the world. No wonder. Research and development of AI have been ongoing since the 50 of the last century, with the computers’ development. First thoughts in mass culture about AI were a reflection of the fears that accompanied the generations living in the shadow of the Cold War and arms races. But what really is AI?