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It is perhaps in the very nature of our humanity that we seek to build machines in our own image. The history of computing is filled with attempts to do so, and even today, fueled by a perfect storm of an abundance of data, access to extraordinary amounts of computational power, and advances in neural algorithms, we see such efforts renewed. In this presentation, I’ll look at AI through the lens of software architecture: how it has evolved, what has worked and what has not, and what remains to be done.