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AGI

(1) (Advanced Geospatial Intelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.

(2) (Artificial General Intelligence) A machine intelligence that resembles that of a human being. Considered impossible by many, most artificial intelligence (AI) research, projects and products deal with specific applications such as industrial robots, playing chess, robotic vacuum cleaners and robotic pets. Thus, AGI (strong AI) implies an electronic human, while ordinary AI (weak AI) deals with a finite set of capabilities.

One thing is certain and that is existing and future terminology for AI systems will be as subject to different opinions and descriptions as human psychology has been for centuries.

Super AI
Super AI is more science fiction than a goal, because a Super AI device knows that it exists for a purpose. In other words, the equivalent of human consciousness. Or as many believe, pure nonsense.

OpenAI
Spearheaded by Elon Musk, the OpenAI research organization was created to develop an AGI that is available to everyone. For more information, visit www.openai.com. See AI, singularity, Turing test and Mechanical Turk.
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The goal is simple: AGI makes RV ownership and the RV lifestyle more enjoyable.
The first section of this article discusses the new and revised estimates of the AGI gap by type of income for 1959-90 and the sources of revision in the gap for 1959-88.
At the most basic level, clients should take advantage of tax-preferred retirement accounts in order to reduce AGI and avoid these surcharges--contributing to a 401(k) plan can reduce AGI by at least $18,000 in 2017 (clients age 50 and older can contribute an additional $6,000 in pre-tax funds to these accounts).
Jones Day LLP, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and Miller & Chevalier Chartered acted as legal advisors to AGI and JFLCO.
Andreas Utermann, global CIO and chief executive-elect at AGI said that the two businesses were a natural fit in terms of both product mix and culture.
Following the established tradition of AGI conferences, all presentations were held in a single track.
The change in the AGI threshold for medical expense deductions may also affect early withdrawals from IRAs and other retirement plans.
AGI accepted the offer as it believes it would create value for its shareholders.
General Manager of AGI, Ra'ed Al-Raimouny, signed the agreement with General Manager of VARCC, Tala Abu Taha.
However, a change mode by the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005 (TIPRA) now allows these taxpayers effectively to make contributions, even though their AGI exceeds these levels.