By Monica E. Oss Every time we talk about artificial intelligence (AI), the eyes of executive teams glaze over. They immediately jump to thinking about sci-fi movies or a distant future with AI-driven robots and the like. But I prefer to think of the broader concept of augmented intelligence. While AI is about what machines can do on their own, without human interaction, AI systems become more powerful or useful when they enhance human capability, which is the definition of augmented intelligence (see Is Augmented Intelligence The Best Perspective On AI?) I would argue that AI is an integral part of our lives right…
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