AI has become one of those buzz words that startup founders tend to throw around, however, real AI can be better defined as a system that can learn on its own.
The most famous example of this is DeepMind, which can establish links and get insights without depending on pre-defined behavioral algorithms.
In essence, real AI improves on past iterations, constantly getting smarter and more knowledgeable.
AI has also been getting a lot of bad press lately, and even Elon Musk has expressed great concern for it, going as far as saying that "AI is more dangerous than nukes".
The reality is that it's much more likely that AI will create far more jobs than it will destroy, but this will only happen if tech companies are incentivized to build human-centered AI.
If you have a startup following this approach we would like to hear from you.