The Future of Artificial Intelligence

- November 25, 2022
Can it be successfully regulated?
Photo of a Tesla humanoid robot displayed in Shanghai, China, on November 6, 2022. (Getty Images/Visual China Group/Contributor)
As the use of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to rapidly grow and evolve, some philosophers envision that robots will be as smart and self-aware as humans in the next few decades. Others call that fantasy. While the United States leads the world in AI, new evaluations suggest that without a concerted government effort, it could easily lose the technological race to China.

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1920s–1950sEarly computer inventions and technological research spawn the field of artificial intelligence (AI).
1960s–1990sAI advances and spreads to various sectors.
2000s-PresentAI and algorithms become ubiquitous in daily life.

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