The term "artificial intelligence" is a bit of a misnomer.
Intelligence is either real, or it's not. It doesn't exist in a half-state of some sort. It's like you... there's no "sorta-you", no "some-you" — just you. The real McCoy.
This idea, therefore, of "artificial" intelligence can be a problem when developing solutions because it gives an inaccurate impression of what it is.
The field might better be thought of as "augmented" intelligence. A mental model that better allows users to take advantage of the technology. In fact, the subtle difference in phrasing has been at the heart of many failed AI projects in business. The vendor sells the idea that the program will do the thinking and BOOM, the need for human involvement is gone.
But that's not how it is or will ever be. Technology works in service of the human, not the other way around.
Working through the lens that our intelligence can be augmented, supported, and enhanced is how the field should promote projects.
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