The language of AI is interesting. “Artificial” is a word whose oppositional points are things like natural, real or increasingly organic. In the 1950s, artificial was a really good word. It meant things like tidy and scientific and unmired by the messiness of biology. And intelligence is in the opposition to emotionality, affect, irrationality and stupidity. You start to see the notion that AI is rooted in, about something that would’ve been clean and tidy, uncomplicated by human emotions and irrationality and somehow pristine.