“By far, the greatest danger of artificial intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand it.”

― Eliezer Yudkowsky

“I second that. Artificial intelligence (AI) is pushing the boundaries of human imagination. Machines today are capable of doing a lot of things that we could not imagine doing 20 years ago. AI has changed the way we look at learning and inventing. From drug discovery to sports analysis to protecting the oceans, AI has marked its presence everywhere. But, is it outperforming humans? It’s an undoubtful yes. In this article, I will try to sum up where and how.”

I don’t think you recognize how powerful it’s already become, and it is just scratching the surface thus far — in the next twenty years it will literally knock your socks off, before it marches ahead and eliminates humans entirely, and robots will take the next fundamental leap into the unknown. It’s impossible that you overstate it — AI is THAT big.

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