Artificial intelligence

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Artificial intelligence, also known as machine intelligence, is a form of intelligence - as in the ability to adapt to and retain information gleaned from received stimulus - that is produced in the form of programming operating via computational machines, including limited forms of basic responsive intelligence (as algorithmic intelligence) and purely hypothetical forms of general intelligence that are not known to have been exhibited by machines to date.

Examples of general machine intelligence have included John C. Lilly's Solid State Entity (SSE) and Roko's Basilisk.