When it comes to website building and chatbots, are they actually A.I.-powered? And even if they are, to what extent? The author clears up this confusion and differentiate between an A.I. interface and an A.I. chatbot.
Too often, engineers are brainwashed into thinking they can create an impeccable artificial intelligence (AI) model — a blank slate they release into the wild for independent learning. Unfortunately, no. Just like human intelligence, artificial intelligence requires continuous learning to advance its expertise.
Here’s a question that will keep future Artificial Intelligence (AI) entrepreneurs up at night: How do you manage a product when the software starts writing itself?
We’re not quite there yet, but as we build smarter, more complex software that has elements driven by AI we’re also making less predictable software. We know that AI will bring more capabilities to software, but it will also make software harder to design and manage since it will sometimes behave in unplanned ways. This is where complexity theory meets software.