Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak appeared at Philadelphia’s Warwick Hotel Tuesday as the keynote speaker at InstaMed’s user conference, and in wide-ranging comments, he told the crowd that he is interested in, but unimpressed by, artificial intelligence, writes Roberto Torres at technical.ly.
“I believe the A [in artificial intelligence] is correct but people get confused and think it’s intelligent,” Wozniak said. “They’ll have more problems than what we thought.”
Wozniak also took issue with the movie “Jobs,” starring Ashton Kutcher as Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
As he recounted passing out his computer designs at the storied Homebrew Computer Club in Silicon Valley, he dropped the nudge:
“Don’t believe the movie they showed with Ashton Kutcher, where Steve ‘took me’ to the club,” Wozniak said. “I was already a hero at that club!”
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