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Professor A: The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was originally

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This is more of a CR question but I got it in my GMAT prep pack.
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I had chosen "The research into narrow AI is not producing results that real people can benefit from today." against Professor B disagrees. Is this incorrect because the results listed in the question stem are arguably not for "real people"?
Experts. please help.

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Re: Professor A: The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was originally  [#permalink]

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E is incorrect because the research on narrow AI may or may not benefit real people, but the research may be passively supporting general AI. If you select E, you are strengthening/agreeing to Prof. B

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This is more of a CR question but I got it in my GMAT prep pack.
Please see image attached, which has OA too.

I had chosen "The research into narrow AI is not producing results that real people can benefit from today." against Professor B disagrees. Is this incorrect because the results listed in the question stem are arguably not for "real people"?
Experts. please help.

Thanks.
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Professor B didn't said anything about welfare of people.So it can't be the answer.

Such questions reasoning resonates with the idea from general thing to specific example to specific example to general thing .
In OG you can find a lot of question on this concept.
so coming back to question .
Professor A : against of general to specific .
Professor B : support specific example to general thing.
For solution just reverse their analogy and you can have your answer.
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