The term Artificial Intelligence, first coined in the 1950s, signified the pursuit of creating machines that could simulate human intelligence. Today, the sphere of AI has surpassed this original aim, giving rise to machines that not only replicate certain human-like behaviors but also execute tasks exceeding human capabilities in terms of speed, accuracy, and scalability. As we marvel at these remarkable advancements, a critical question emerges: does AI surpass human limitations, or does it merely mirror them?
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