As technology continues to advance and cultural contexts shift, the parameters of artificial intelligence (AI) are constantly changing. This is evidenced by the fact that once-innovative computational techniques may no longer be considered AI as they become more commonplace. The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) has developed a chart that provides a snapshot of various global and sectoral definitions of AI from key players in the industry, government, and civil society. While not exhaustive, the chart allows for cross-contextual comparisons and welcomes feedback and input for any additional sources.
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