Re: Am I the only one...
It's not AI, it's a computer. Dammit.
It is AI, because it's a computer.
This uses a trained neural network. That's pretty much the classical Artificial Intelligence approach to problem solving. I can't think of any other correct term for this approach (it's not "data processing" - that would only describe the deployment stage, where the already-trained network is applied to the input, noisy, images). Call it Machine Learning if you prefer, but the academic field that does it has been called Artificial Intelligence since the dawn of computing.
It's not the fault of people working in that academic field that its name has been hijacked by a generation of self-appointed "futurists" and bullshitters (same thing?) to describe their tech-utopian wet dreams.
The other problem that besets AI is that as soon as an application of it is working and doing something useful, those same loudmouths stop including it in their definition of "AI", so the general public don't appreciate that AI systems are a. not something new, and b. not something rare: OCR, that X-Box Kinect camera, voice control of anything, high-definition ultrasound imaging are all excellent examples of Artificial Intelligence deployments.
"Intelligence" here doesn't mean that the things can think. It means they can extract relevant information from a wide range of inputs that containing that information.