The Top 10 Movies to Help You Envision Artificial Intelligence
Even though A.I. may feel like a newer phenomenon, the groundwork of these technologies was laid long ago. The English mathematician Alan Turing, considered by some as the father of modern computer science, started questioning machine intelligence in 1950. Those questions resulted in the Turing Test, which gauges a machine's capacity to give the impression of "thinking" like a human.
The concept of A.I. can feel nebulous, but it doesn't fall under just one umbrella. From smart assistants and robotics to self-driving cars, A.I. manifests in different forms...some more clear than others. Spoiler alert!