Artificial Intelligence Enters Brave New World

The idea of what Artificial Intelligence should be has evolved over the past 50 years — from solving puzzles and playing chess to emulating the abilities of a child: walking, recognizing objects. A recent conference brought together those who invent the future.

A recent "Singularity Summit" brought together those who imagine — and invent — the future.

Rick Kleffel from member station KUSP reports.

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