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Strong artificial intelligence or, True AI, may refer to:
- Artificial general intelligence, a hypothetical machine that exhibits behavior at least as skillful and flexible as humans do, and the research program of building such an artificial general intelligence
- Computational theory of mind, the philosophical position that human minds are, in essence, computer programs. This position was named “strong AI” by John Searle in his Chinese room argument.
- Artificial consciousness, a hypothetical machine that possesses awareness of external objects, ideas and/or self-awareness.
It is termed strong to contrast it with weak artificial Intelligence which is intelligent only in a limited task specific field.
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