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Alan Turing was probably ﬁrst—in 1947, but all the ea in AI took human level as the goal. AI as an industrial with limited goals came along in the 1970s. I doubt of this research aimed at short term payoﬀ is on any human-level AI. Indeed the researchers don’t claim it.
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