The study was led by Dr. Joachim Behar, a member of the Technion’s Faculty of Biomedical Engineering.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Machines have for centuries worked for humankind, but can they also think for us? It seems they can, and this amazing but potentially frightening development is called artificial (or machine) intelligence (AI). Unlike natural human or animal intelligence, AI devices survey their surroundings and take aim at a target, imitating human learning, problem solving and carrying out other types of cognitive functions.
Artificial intelligence is advancing at a lightning pace, already being adopted for military use, raising questions as to what role this powerful new technology will play in the end-of-days: Will it be a terrifying rogue combatant in the final Biblical War of Gog and Magog, or will it be an unforeseen savior of mankind and even have a possible role in the resurrection of the dead?