BBN Times calls Rule-based Systems “Fake AI”
Blog: Decision Management Community
In the latest article it says: “Fake AI is designed to deceive the user into thinking that it is a real AI application. Fake AI applications are often simple rule-based systems that use predetermined responses to simulate AI. The goal of fake AI is to trick users into thinking that they are interacting with a real AI system, when in fact, they are not. It does not have the ability to generalize or make decisions based on new information, and it relies on pre-programmed rules or decision trees.” “Rule-Based Programming: Fake AI is created using a set of pre-defined rules and decision trees that specify how the system should behave in certain situations. These rules are created by humans and are not based on any learning or training process.” But don’t worry: it also calls Alan Turing “Alin”.
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