|Overview: Artificial Stupidity
Artificial intelligence that limits its intelligence based on context in order to be more useful, friendly or pleasing to users.
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What is Artificial Stupidity?
John Spacey, updated on July 08, 2023
Artificial stupidity is artificial intelligence that is intentionally dumbed down so as to be more accessible, useful or pleasing to users. For example, a game bot may be designed to make suboptimal decisions to match the current skill level of human players in the game.Humans also vary the use of intelligence in response to social situations and other factors. For example, a person may drop logic and seriousness at a party. People typically have a lighthearted side and are not always using the full range of their intelligence.
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