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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. AGI (strong AI, true AI) implies human versatility, while ordinary AI (weak AI, narrow AI) deals with single-task applications such as virtual assistants, chatbots and robotic vacuum cleaners.

Super AI
Super AI is pure science fiction, because a Super AI device knows that it exists. In other words, the equivalent of human consciousness, or, as a lot of people believe, complete nonsense.

One thing is certain. Future terminology for AI systems will be as subject to different opinions and descriptions as human psychology has been for centuries. See AI, OpenAI, singularity, Turing test and Mechanical Turk.
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income tax as a percentage of either adjusted gross income or expanded income.
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