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artificial pronunciación
adjective
1 made by human effort; not occurring naturally.
2 imitating something natural, especially as a substitute for it.
3 said of someone, their behaviour, etc: not genuine or sincere; premeditated, rehearsed.
[14c: from Latin artificialis ]
artificiality noun .
artificially adverb .


artificial insemination (abbreviation AI)
noun , med the introduction of semen into the vagina of a woman or female animal by artificial means in order to facilitate conception. See also AID, AIH.


artificial intelligence
noun (abbreviation AI) the development and use of computer systems that can perform some of the functions normally associated with human intelligence, such as learning, problem-solving, decision-making, and pattern recognition.


artificial language
noun
1 a language, eg Esperanto, that is specially invented to make international communication easier. See also auxiliary language, natural language.
2 an invented language used in computer programming. See also computer language.


artificial radioactivity
noun , physics a form of radioactivity that results from the absorption of ionizing radiation by a stable substance that is not normally radioactive.


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