Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making its way in our lives more and more every day whether we know it or not. Siri, successful artificial intelligence in iPhones, is one of the best examples of artificial intelligence. She responds to humans commands and thoughts in a rather fast manner. There are many more great examples of artificial intelligence that interact with humans and accomplish many more things. Since there are a number of successful artificial intelligence based machines, what makes skeptics and critics still doubt the ability of these machines? The debate is about whether these artificial intelligent machines are capable of “thinking” in a sense. A number of critics (Scott Aaronson, CJS Hayward, and Kurt Andersen included in this paper) go into deep discussion about whether artificial intelligent machines are capable of “thinking” like humans, but is artificial intelligence about technology and its thinking ability? We go into details of these debates and discussions listed below in this paper.