Most agree that the evolution of artificial intelligence began with Alan Turing in 1950. In the paper called Turing Test, the test called for a human to use a computer terminal to interact in conversations with several different people and with machine too. If the human could not determine which of its conversations were with a person and which were with the machine, the test had been passed and the machine would be considered intelligent. The term “artificial intelligence” was first used by John McCarthy, co-founder of the MIT AI lab.
Today’s super computers are more and more faster. But there is always open one question – what for will it be used? – for something good or should we wait for something like judgment day in the Terminator film?