When people (that don’t work in sales) say Artificial Intelligence, what they usually refer to is some piece of code that behaves intelligently.


We all have our own standards of what makes things seem intelligent. I can call my dog intelligent for bringing me the ball, while I can also doubt peoples intelligence based on how they drive in traffic.

If I were to be objective, I would say that as long as something or someone takes “the good action” on multiple instances and is consistent, I think it’s safe to say that that thing is “intelligent”.

Thus, an AI can be anything from:

  • the software that can identify me in a crowd given a single picture of my face
  • or a chat bot that can answer like a human when don’t want to search for information
  • but also an insanely difficult bot for the video game Starcraft


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