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In math and science, a singularity is a point on an object that is undefined or infinite. The object may be abstract, such as a mathematical function, or real, such as a black hole. Singularities are often depicted in science fiction as a place or moment in time at which the laws of physics break… Read More »


In 1966 Dr. Joseph Weizenbaum created an artificial intelligence called ELIZA. With this in mind, ELISA in AI simply means Doctor, who was a part of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab. ELIZA is a two hundred line program that made a user believe that he or she was talking to a real therapist.    


It is a short meaning for Artificial Intelligent Markup Language. AIML is the markup language that enables A.L.I.C.E and other bots that are based on A.L.I.C.E to communicate with humans.


AI is short for artificial intelligence, a term coined by John McCarthy in 1955 at Dartmouth College. It’s related to the work of Alan Turing, who in 1950 developed the Turing test, which evaluates a machine’s ability to exhibit behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, a human. The scientific study of AI aims to develop… Read More »