Is the definition of "AI system" by the OECD too broad?

Going back to the main topic of the thread.

“Artificial intelligence” is a very broad an vague phrase, even in the field of AI itself. It has been for decades and I don’t see that changing.

There are many programs which some would describe as “artificial intelligence” and some would not. The debate is mostly meaningless and won’t be settled by this definition, while a definition that does settle it would not align with how the phrase is used in practice.

I think that, if OSI gets this right, it won’t matter much if something is AI or not, because the OSD and the OSAID will be well-aligned enough that whenever it’s not clear which definition should apply, they are equivalent in practice.