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A. JoshiArtificial Intelligence and Human Evolutionhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-9807-7_2

2. Origin of Life

Ameet Joshi1  

The notion of artificial intelligence, AI, or just plain intelligence at its deepest level pertains to life. There are plenty of objects in the universe as small as atoms and molecules all the way up to giant planets, stars, and galaxies, which are active in some form all the time and interact with each other, change forms, merge with each other, and even are born, but they are not necessarily alive or intelligent. As per the current theory of origin of universe, all the objects as well as source of energy came ...

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