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Meet Samantha. She’s your friendly assistant from 2025. She sorts your mail, sets up your meetings, and orders groceries. She paints and writes poetry. She’s your best friend. She’s also an artificial intelligence from the movie Her, which imagines how a juiced-up Siri will change our lives.
Now, tech companies large and small are racing to make this a reality. You’ve read the news. You’ve heard the jargon: AI, machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, natural language processing.
Maybe it’s all a little confusing. So here’s a primer on these concepts and how they’re interrelated.
Table of Contents :
What is artificial intelligence, or AI?
Narrow, or weak AI
Strong, or general AI
The anatomy of AI
2. Natural language processing (NLP)
3. Knowledge representation
5. Planning and navigation
Tools to get there
When machines learn
From Siri to Samantha
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