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Whether Be New “Winter” of Artificial Intelligence?

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The article analyzes the formation and development of artificial intelligence as scientific industry, identifies cycles of leaps and drops of its popularity. It’s concluded that the decline in the popularity of artificial intelligence in the near future is inevitable.


  • AI winter
  • Future
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Crisis
  • Decline in popularity
  • History
  • Development cycles

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Yasnitsky, L.N. (2020). Whether Be New “Winter” of Artificial Intelligence?. In: Antipova, T. (eds) Integrated Science in Digital Age. ICIS 2019. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 78. Springer, Cham.

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