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Does Artificial intelligence exist?

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Default Does Artificial intelligence exist?



Hello,

There are many research works done on artificial intelligence but can someone give the latest updates which you guys have?
Just eager to know, what would happen if they were proved, then science will go wild, I cant just wait to see. Please give some information guys.

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