Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation airborne intercept
  • abbreviation Amnesty International
  • abbreviation artificial insemination
  • abbreviation artificial intelligence

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  • noun The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Anguilla.
  • initialism computing theory artificial intelligence
  • initialism management action item
  • initialism airborne intelligence (synonym for an early type of airborne radar)
  • initialism phonetics articulatory index
  • initialism Air India
  • initialism agriculture artificial insemination.
  • initialism American Idol

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Examples

  • There will then soon be a transition from AI to AI+

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  • Second, Chalmers did not provide a single reason for any of his moves, simply stating each premise and adding that if AI is possible, then there is no reason to believe that AI+

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  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

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  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

    Slashdot: Science

  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

    Slashdot: Hardware

  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

    Slashdot

  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

    Slashdot: Science

  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

    Slashdot: Science

  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

    Slashdot: Hardware

  • Many of today's AI "experts" are really philosophers who hijacked the term AI in their search to better understand human consciousness.

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