Description

Artificial Intelligence, the 2019 Silver Niobium edition, looks to a future that has already begun. We humans have been using artificial intelligence, in the form of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, to think for us for quite a while now. Highly functioning and always available, computers help us go about our daily business in a reliable fashion without us even noticing. Brain-teasers that adults find incomprehensible are child’s play for computers. The creative genius that has long distinguished humans from our physical superiors, the animals, is in danger of being superseded. Yet, ironically, we remain superior to robots in terms of our ‘animalistic’ abilities, which include our perception and motor skills. Will this ‘super intelligence’ imprison us or will it set us free? Only time will tell if artificial intelligence will lead us to the promised land.

The coin contains 9 g of 900 Fine silver in its outer ring and 6.5 g of 998 pure niobium. The coins are boxed with a certificate of authenticity and enclosed in a slipcase.

Obverse

Depicts the head of a humanoid robot in its electric-blue niobium core and a processor from which conductor paths extend to the silver outer ring.

2019
25 EURO REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH

Reverse

Symbolically depicts developments related to artificial intelligence: the e-health system, smart machines, processors, digitalisation, data analysis and artificial neural networks. Neural synapses spread from the outer ring into the niobium core where they meet a binary code. In the foreground, we see the outline of a head symbolising our ignorance about the future functioning of humanoid super intelligence.

In computer science, artificial intelligence (AI), sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and animals.

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Edge

25 Euro

Silver Niobium Coin
Artificial Intelligence

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Characteristics
Type Commemorative Issue (Non-circulating)
Material Bi-Metallic
Ring Silver
Center Niobium
Weight 16.5 g
Diameter 34 mm
Thickness 2.55 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Mint
Austrian Mint

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