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The concept of AI originated in the 1950s

The concept of AI originated in the 1950s

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that creates intelligent machines to interact as humans.

The groundwork for AI was laid in the 1950s by the famous Mathematician Alan Turing with his Turing Test, also known as the imitation game. Interested fellow researchers developed the concept further, which laid down the framework and architecture for the development of AI.

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