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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence or one of the subfields of computer science that seeks to implement computer systems to perform tasks that generally require human learning ability, reasoning ability, and perceptual ability.

Artificial intelligence is a concept first used by Professor John Seul in 1980 when he proposed the famous Chinese room argument. It is divided into weak AI and strong AI.
Strong Artificial Intelligence = Artificial intelligence that perfectly mimics humans.
Weak Artificial Intelligence = Artificial intelligence designed as a useful tool.

All artificial intelligence created by humans so far can be regarded as weak artificial intelligence. Objects developed with artificial intelligence so far have been implemented to make relatively intelligent actions or decisions based on predefined algorithms and massive amounts of data. I don't know if it has been resolved. Problems can only be solved in a limited scope

strong artificial intelligence

In general, strong artificial intelligence refers to an artificial intelligence with human-level intelligence that can act and learn on its own in all situations, and can perform it. In fact, the general image that people think of AI is strong artificial intelligence, so they believe that AI can do anything, and sometimes misunderstand weak artificial intelligence as AI acting with intelligence and acting on its own, rather than memorizing data and environment. As mentioned above, the exact time of appearance of strong artificial intelligence cannot be specified because strong artificial intelligence is not yet technically ready.
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Weak Artificial Intelligence
Weak artificial intelligence focuses on making computers perform various problems that were difficult to deal with with computers, such as finding an object in a picture or understanding a situation by listening to a sound. It can be said that artificial intelligence is being developed with a more realistic and practical goal rather than aiming at a vaguely vague human intelligence, and it is used as a tool to solve a specific problem rather than something with intelligence.