In 1956, at conference in Darthmouth, a group of 100 people all over the world were working on the subject that's a buzz word in the current scenario, "Artificial Intelligence." There were handful of people who got the toughest job then - defining Artificial Intelligence.
Back then, it was defined as "intelligence that could be demonstrated by ability to play games, especially chess."
It all started with the ability to play a game of chess and now the artificial intelligence is getting redefined thanks to machine learning.
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