The Timeline of AI


The AI journey begins. AI was still just a concept, with pioneers like Alan Turing laying the groundwork for computational thinking.


The 1950s marked the birth of AI as a discipline. World's first ever AI Program was developed. John McCarthy coined the term "Artificial Intelligence".


The 1960s saw AI's portrayal in films like "2001: A Space Odyssey." Meanwhile, research continued with early natural language processing experiments.


From Pong to expert systems. The 1970s brought about video games, while AI researchers focused on creating rule-based systems that could mimic human expertise.


The AI winter. During the 1980s, interest in AI waned, leading to the "AI winter." Despite setbacks, neural networks and expert systems progressed.


Rise of the World Wide Web! In the 1990s, AI started to re-emerge, with applications in data mining and the web's growth influencing AI research.


AI in your pocket. The 2000s witnessed the integration of AI into everyday life, thanks to smartphones, virtual assistants, and machine learning.


The AI present. AI is now a part of our daily lives, from self-driving cars to personalized recommendations. The AI landscape is dynamic and evolving rapidly.


The AI future awaits! With developments like AGI and ethical AI, the future holds promises and challenges as AI continues to reshape the world.