Spain has chosen ‘inteligencia artificial’ as the word of the year for 2022

Madrid – Every year, the Word of the Year is chosen in Spain by Agencia Efe and Fundéu BBVA. It was recently announced which of the 12 contestants became the word of the year 2022 in Spain. In the Netherlands and Belgium, Van Dael chose the word ‘climate sticker’ this year, while in the United Kingdom the word of the year was ‘goblin fashion’.

In Spain this year there were 12 candidates for the Spanish word of the year 2022: ‘Apocalypse’, ‘Cryptomoneda’, ‘Diversidad’, ‘Ecocidio’, ‘Casoducto’, ‘Gigafactory’, ‘Cripalisar’, ‘Inflation’, ‘Intelligence Artificial’, ‘ Sextobaje’, ‘Tobar’ and ‘Ukrainiano’. In the end, ‘inteligencia artificial’ won the most votes and became the word of the year 2022 in Spain.

Artificial intelligence (AI) or artificial intelligence (AI) is the science of creating an artifact that exhibits some form of intelligence. It is difficult to define exactly what ‘intelligence’ means. So it is also difficult to define what artificial intelligence is. ‘Intelligensia artificial’ is defined in the Spanish academic dictionary as ‘the scientific discipline concerned with creating computer programs that perform actions similar to the human mind, such as learning or logical reasoning’.

‘Inteligencia artificial’ has been in the dictionary since 1982 and was chosen as the word of the year 2022 due to its significant presence in the media in the last twelve months and social debate due to various developments in this science. .

This is the tenth time Fundéu BBVA foundation Choose a word of the year. Previous winners include ‘escrache’ (2013), ‘selfie’ (2014), ‘refugiado’ (2015), ‘populismo’ (2016), ‘aporophobia’ (2017), ‘microplástico’ (2018), ’emojis’ (2019) , ‘Confinamiento’ (2020) and ‘Vacuna’ (2021). The first winner after the pandemic that has nothing to do with this bad timing is ‘Inteligencia Artificial’.

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