After 60 years of research and a million-fold increase in computing power, are we any closer to building machines that “think” than we were when theorists like Wiener, Turing, and von Neumann started examining the problem? When can we expect machines to truly become “conscious”? And, in which applications are we likely to see A.I. make genuinely big contributions? We’ll answer these questions and separate fact from fantasy.
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