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We asked our PF Advisors “How do you see the rise in A.I. affecting STEM in the lab, classroom, industry and or in everyday society?”. We got so many great responses we need to split them into parts, here are the first several. This is part 3. Read part 1 here and part 2 here. Enjoy!
 

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Andy Resnick
That’s an interesting question, not just because the term ‘A.I.’ includes a whole range of technologies. There has already been significant and most likely permanent...
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The marketing term "A.I." is a misnomer that confuses people. What most people call AI is predictability adaption, basing actions on previous results. Like a servo controller with soft feedback.
Odd that biologists set such a high bar for sentience and computer geeks set the bar so low.
My father was an eminent Reliability Engineer. He could not understand Software Reliability since programs are logical mathematical constructs that either work or not. However enterprise software with millions of lines of code may be difficult to trace all possible failure modes and interactions in a finite period of time. The TelCo crash of east coast phone service and some nuke shutdowns as examples.
 

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