Why do we call AI based on modern statistical methods “artificial intelligence” and not “artificial intuition”?

  1. Statistical algorithms must be extensively trained on vast amount of data.
  2. The internal logic of statistical decisions is not only hidden but also not traceable.
  3. The results of learning are useless in an altered context or for altered goals.
  4. … etc.

This all corresponds to the definition of the word "intuition": "the ability to acquire knowledge without proof, evidence, or conscious reasoning, or without understanding how the knowledge was acquired" (Wikipedia).

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