TechRadars readers are split on the term, with some believing that AI is a positive development that will make our lives more efficient.
Others feel that AI will bring about a massive social disruption and economic collapse.
But according to a new report, the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) is in some ways in its infancy.
In a study published by the Oxford University Press, researchers analyzed data from more than 2,000 people who said they had attended an AI event.
The authors of the report concluded that “the current level of AI adoption in the public sphere is far too low to be of great concern.”
The researchers said that the rise of AI was a natural result of a “decadent” human brain.
They also said that “AI does not pose a serious threat to our culture.”
The authors of that study wrote that, “AI is a technological advance that has only recently been put to use.”
In their report, they highlighted the many ways in which AI is improving the lives of individuals and communities, including, for example, by allowing us to use a virtual assistant to help people manage their finances.
But the authors also found that, when it comes to the way in which humans interact with the world, the technology behind AI is still evolving.
They noted that “it is hard to imagine an AI-enabled society without a large range of human-level cognitive skills, including social skills, the ability to understand the motivations of others, the capacity to use language, and the ability, in many contexts, to use reason and rationality in order to understand how others are feeling.”
The researchers noted that it is “hard to imagine” that we would ever be able to predict how someone would react to a robot.
The study found that it took about five years for humans to fully integrate AI into their everyday lives, and even longer for the technology to become commonplace in a way that allows us to interact with machines in a human-like way.
Researchers found that the majority of people have a negative view of AI and believe that it threatens to bring about “social disruption and cultural collapse.”
They also noted that AI can be useful for many other purposes besides just managing finances.
However, the study found “that there is no reason to think that AI’s current adoption poses a serious or imminent threat to the welfare of humans.”
They concluded that it “is in many ways a natural consequence of a decadent human brain.”
It is important to note that the study was commissioned by the AI Society, a non-profit group founded in 2013.
But the report notes that the Society is in a process of revamping its vision for AI, including introducing a set of recommendations for the government and for companies that want to build AI-powered systems.
“We welcome the work being undertaken by the Society to help build a better understanding of the technology’s potential to benefit people and the world,” the authors wrote.