Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer linguistics and computer science that formalizes tasks that are similar to the actions performed by a person.
In most cases, the algorithm for solving the problem is unknown in advance. There is no exact definition of this science, since philosophy does not solve the question of the nature and status of human intelligence. There is no exact criterion for a computer to achieve “reasonableness”, although a number of hypotheses have been proposed before artificial intelligence, for example, the Turing test or the Newel-Simon hypothesis.
Nowadays, there are many approaches both to understanding the tasks of artificial intelligence and to the creation of intelligent systems.