Jeff Bigham, program director of the Human-computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon, believes we’ll soon reap the bounties of an AI autumn instead.

An AI winter is a period in which research and funding freeze up and it becomes difficult to break new ground.

The last decade has brought new hope for AI – and with it all the hyperbole the modern media can muster.

So it would then follow that greater hype would lead to a colder winter.

Bigham seems to believe this won’t be the case, because we’re actually accomplishing stuff with modern AI.

In a recent blog post he says:

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