Siri, Waze, Google Translate, Instagram -- we experience Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI) every day of our lives when we use apps that are trained for a specific task, such as when Spotify recommends new songs based on the music you already like. These apps compute the data users give (whether knowingly or not) and adjust their own algorithms to provide the best possible experience. This is an application of Artificial Intelligence called machine learning. While some see it as a subset of AI, many argue that the ability to learn and improve through experience is critical to the very definition of intelligence.
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Osmosis Magazine: Vol. 2020
, Article 4.
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