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One of my newsletter readers was asking me about the difference between “AGI” and “AI”.

In one issue of my newsletter last year, I put it this way:

Artificial general intelligence (AGI) is the term for, well, “actual” artificial intelligence: systems that can respond intelligently to a variety of situations, as humans do. We’re already using the term “AI” to refer to text generation, image generation, etc., so we need another term for actual intelligence. OpenAI’s stated mission is to develop AGI responsibly.

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