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Walk the halls of the Consumer Electronics Show, or browse gadgets online, and you might hear that a gizmo has, or uses, AI. Artificial intelligence is a broad, catchall term, and so it can be hard to know what it actually means for a product to have AI. Does it mean you can talk to it, and it talks back? Can make decisions on its own? Is going to lead a robot army to harvest the organs of everyone you know? The powerful technology is also becoming ubiquitous enough that’s it’s common to see it employed, and touted by, small companies you haven’t heard of, as opposed to just the big players, like Amazon or Google. Plus, companies that make gadgets that connect to a voice assistant, ... Full story

3 days ago, 13 January