Meaning of artificial intelligence in English:

artificial intelligence

Pronunciation /ˌɑːtɪfɪʃl ɪnˈtɛlɪdʒ(ə)ns/

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(also AI)
mass noun
  • The theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.

    ‘The use of artificial intelligence systems requires processor speeds three to four times as high.’
    • ‘Increasingly able artificial intelligence systems mean we can get more out of robotics.’
    • ‘Our goal is the creation of artificial intelligence using the natural language program ALICE.’
    • ‘Boffins at Sony are working to develop artificial intelligence technology capable of composing original music.’
    • ‘Speech recognition and artificial intelligence are especially critical.’
    • ‘No matter how good, artificial intelligence just can't measure up to human intelligence.’
    • ‘An artificial intelligence program on a computer learns how to play the game, and plays entire games against itself.’
    • ‘The current state of robotic technology or artificial intelligence is not such that a robot could REFUSE to do anything.’
    • ‘This will require new forms of artificial intelligence and a whole new field of software design.’
    • ‘But what artificial intelligence did show was the value of rules-based technology.’
    • ‘The question of how advanced we are in the area of artificial intelligence would have added a more factual section to the book.’
    • ‘Anyone who doubts the possibility of artificial intelligence has clearly never used a Windows operating system.’
    • ‘He predicts the rise of biotechnology, space science and artificial intelligence.’
    • ‘He was a pioneer in the use of computers and is considered a father of artificial intelligence.’
    • ‘Automated systems, using some form of artificial intelligence, may be the solution to this difficulty.’
    • ‘This led to approximate reasoning and approximate logics which are now central to the study of artificial intelligence.’
    • ‘His research centers on information management, parallel programming, and artificial intelligence.’
    • ‘In the future, they may apply artificial intelligence to these robots.’
    • ‘She teaches a popular upper level class on artificial intelligence.’
    • ‘This is in large part why the original goals of artificial intelligence and robotics remain a long way from being achieved.’