Weak AI, also known as narrow AI, refers to an AI system that is designed and trained to perform a specific task or set of tasks within a narrow domain. Unlike general artificial intelligence, which aims to replicate human-level intelligence across a wide range of domains, weak AI systems are designed to excel at a single task or a set of related tasks. Examples of weak AI systems include image recognition, speech recognition, and language translation software. While weak AI systems can be highly accurate and efficient within their specific domain, they lack the general-purpose intelligence and flexibility of a human or AGI system.
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