Calling Dr Penrose
Seems that AI, as usual, continues to shift ground when it hits the real world.
An expert system, in its small world, can work, sometimes.
It is hard enough to get a biological intelligence to work sometimes, especially in the "follow procedures or else" rule bound bureacracies that the corporate state, both public and
private, has reduced us too.
To the overlords of the corporate state and the uncritical, AI sounds like a simple thing.
They will try to use it, whether AI works or not. The insidious effects of the reductionist fallacy that has poisoned the intellect of the West is reducing our leadership to foolishness.
As Dr Roger Penrose pointed out in "The Emperors New Mind" we still don't know what real thinking is, and what ever it is, it is not possible on a Turing machine, if I understand him correctly.