Artificial intelligence is everywhere, watching almost all modern-day human beha
One of the problems in demystifying artificial intelligence is that once an AI-based product reaches the public, “we stop calling it AI,” said Tara Chklovski, the CEO and founder of Iridescent, a nonprofit that aims to educate and empower children and their parents on engineering and technology matters.
Source: Cheryl K. Chumley
Instead, she went on, “we call it GPS.”
This is true. And it’s a significant truth because it means the world of AI stays mired in the average person’s mind as something of a science fiction-type character — a Terminator programmed to kill, a Matrix hero designed to liberate, a Star Wars robot set to serve.
But AI is not one and the same as a robot. Simply put, AI is everywhere.