Most forms of artificial intelligence (AI) are hardly worth the name. Robotic process automation, for instance, which generally gets lumped in with AI as a whole, is anything but—it’s a series of parameterized tasks repeated at speed and with clinical accuracy by a machine. If this, then that, for the most part. Even much of the algorithmic codebase that makes up so-called machine learning projects is barely intelligent, in the sense that humanity has hardly created programs that can think for
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