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Use "artificial-intelligence" in a sentence
"Two decades ago, the cognitive science and artificial-intelligence pioneer Allen Newell proposed that an entity should be considered intelligent to the extent that it uses all the information it has when making decisions."
"Like other artificial-intelligence programs, this one, from researchers at M.I.T. and University College London, took in information about the players' positions on the board and, each turn, considered hundreds of moves."
"We now have enough artificial-intelligence technology and enough scale that we can literally compute the right answer."