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The Fallacy of General AI

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It is common these days to hear about the advent of General Artificial Intelligence, or the singularity, as an unavoidable future where computers become capable of outsmarting humans on any problem, not just for specific purposes as already achieved today in many ways with Artificial Intelligence (AI), from self-driving cars to natural language processing (Alexa, Siri…).




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