> > Fuzzy logic is a kind of AI?
> No, it's just a logic model closer the the real-world human-like type of
> thinking. Computers compute based on binary logic, humans exploit the
> range between the two extreme logic values.
What is "AI" then in your opinion? Where is boundary between "a logic model
closer the the real-world human-like type of thinking" and AI?
Some say fuzzy logic belongs to AI, some say the opposite. Actually, I do
care much about such terminological questions. It's the capability of fuzzy
to solve real-world problems efficiently that matters - not whether they
to AI or not.
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