There is a big difference between artificial intelligence on film and in reality.
Artificial intelligence is not just an element of a sci-fi movie. It is not the future.
It is reality today. But what do we mean when we say AI?
As such, there is no definitive definition of AI. Quite simply, you can say that AI is about making an artificial version of the human brain
We often use the concept of AI about machines that can make decisions independently – and on their own perform tasks that normally only a human brain can perform. This applies, for example, to tasks that require abstract thinking, reflection, analysis, learning, problem solving, pattern recognition, language comprehension and decision-making.
Strong and weak artificial intelligence
Today, we often distinguish between strong and weak artificial intelligence. Strong artificial intelligence is about the notion that computers can theoretically develop a consciousness similar to that of humans.
Weak Artificial Intelligence is about computers being able to simulate every aspect of human ability – and therefore they can effortlessly lead others to believe that it truly has human intelligence and awareness (though it lacks subjectivity that defines human understanding).