AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a branch of computer science concerned with creating computers that mimic human performance on cognitive tasks.

It is also the notion that computer programs can execute actions thought to require intelligence when done by people. It is he attempt by humans to construct systems that show intelligence and, particularly, the intelligent processing of information; intelligence in symbol-processing systems such as computers.

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