Artificial intelligence is often called the intellectual abilities that can be created by man-made machines. Today, machines are already performing tasks that have traditionally been considered intelligent: recognizing visual images (people or characters, for example), recognizing and translating speech, playing chess or Go, driving a car, diagnosing diseases. Therefore, we can assume that artificial intelligence - already exists. However, the intellectual abilities of machines are currently being realized only in narrow areas, to solve specialized tasks. And there are no machines that have the general intelligence, even the intelligence of a 3-year-old child. A computer program that can beat the world chess champion cannot explain the rules of the game to a newcomer. This paradox allows skeptics to say that cars will never learn to really think and artificial intelligence simply can not be. I am among the optimists. I think that thinking is a very complex calculation. So, the car is under force. Read more