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Artificial Intelligence: The Obstacles Standing in its Way

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In the past, Artificial intelligence (AI) has often been portrayed as something right around the corner, soon to be ready. For example, look at the US Navy’s experience with an IBM 704. In 1958 engineers inferred from a “complex math” machine that hardware will be “able to walk, talk, see, write, reproduce itself and be conscious of its existence.”

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