Why ‘artificial intelligence’ is still just a marketing buzzword | Opinion

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Investors’ demand for stocks of companies touting “Artificial Intelligence” accounts for all the US stock market gains this year. A steady stream of hucksters, whose incomes invariably depend on more venture capital funding for machine learning, are lining up to tell us how the technology is poised to reshape everything from movies to medicine to romance. But “artificial intelligence” is a misnomer. Services like ChatGPT are not intelligent and describing them as such sets us up to be suckered by tech companies. “AI is a machine’s ability to perform the cognitive functions we associate with hu…

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