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AI - Artificial Intelligence Toolkit


Artificial intelligence (AI) is "the capability of computer systems or algorithms to imitate intelligent human behavior" (Merrian-Webster).

Microsoft Intro to AI

AI defined by ChatGPT

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to a class of algorithms that enables machines to create data or content, such as images, texts, and sounds, that are similar to those created by humans. Unlike traditional AI models that are trained to recognize patterns and make decisions, generative AI can produce original and creative outputs that resemble human-generated content. This technology relies on complex neural networks and deep learning techniques, allowing machines to learn from vast datasets and generate new content autonomously.

Generative AI has the potential to revolutionize various industries, including art, literature, music, and more, by enabling machines to exhibit creativity and produce content that was once exclusive to human capabilities. This technology has significant implications for the future of automation and creativity, offering exciting possibilities for innovation and advancement across different domains.

This is how you cite it:

APA Citation:

OpenAI. (2023). ChatGPT (Mar 15 version) [Large language model].

MLA Citation:

"I want you to act as a trainer. I will provide you with a question. You will create the definition, you will control the messaging. My first request "Create me a document that defines generative AI then provide me with ways that AI can simplify my life as an educator"" prompt. ChatGPT, 13 Feb. version, OpenAI, 2 Nov. 2023,