‘Usually the new words flow from necessity and are created organically. But with AI, I am going to jump the gun a bit and suggest some new words that we are going to need to adjust to this new technology.’

The LSE Business Review offers new words for working with AI systems. Author and Gigaom publisher Byron Reese proposes nine, each capturing current AI experience.

For example, he suggests Ainigma – ‘A decision made by an AI that a human cannot understand’.


As artificial intelligence changes the world, it changes our language too

LSE Business Review | February 2019 | by Byron Reese