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Engineering    2016, Vol. 2 Issue (4) : 409 -413     DOI: 10.1016/J.ENG.2016.04.018
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Heading toward Artificial Intelligence 2.0
Yunhe Pan()
Chinese Academy of Engineering, Beijing 100088, China

With the popularization of the Internet, permeation of sensor networks, emergence of big data, increase in size of the information community, and interlinking and fusion of data and information throughout human society, physical space, and cyberspace, the information environment related to the current development of artificial intelligence (AI) has profoundly changed. AI faces important adjustments, and scientific foundations are confronted with new breakthroughs, as AI enters a new stage: AI 2.0. This paper briefly reviews the 60-year developmental history of AI, analyzes the external environment promoting the formation of AI 2.0 along with changes in goals, and describes both the beginning of the technology and the core idea behind AI 2.0 development. Furthermore, based on combined social demands and the information environment that exists in relation to Chinese development, suggestions on the development of AI 2.0 are given.

Keywords Artificial intelligence 2.0      Big data      Crowd intelligence      Cross-media      Human-machine      hybrid-augmented      intelligence      Autonomous-intelligent system     
Corresponding Authors: Yunhe Pan   
Just Accepted Date: 16 December 2016   Online First Date: 23 December 2016    Issue Date: 28 December 2016
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