Artificial Intelligence is no Longer a Four-Letter Word — And Could Even Win an Oscar

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In the late 80s, the surest way to scare off technology investors from a promising project was even to hint at artificial intelligence. Not any more. Just a few months ago, the phrase “artificial intelligence” suddenly started being tossed around presentations, blogs, headlines, seminars — even a Facebook earnings meeting — as if it were the most benign concept in the world. Just think about how casually we now accept machines that can understand and talk, from Apple’s Siri to IBM’s “Jeopardy”-winning Watson. Read entire article here>