A.I. Is like the uncanny valley in design and facial recognition, applied to decision and understanding. I feel bad for researchers who work in the field and suggest they rename it to something else. People will seemingly forever move the goal posts on intelligence forever. Chess-playing computers, computers that can have a conversation, play jeopardy or answer questions like google search or wolfram alpha, analyze videos like the predator system, recognize songs like shazam, spell check better than most, and soon, drive us around are all intelligent. But we hate to believe that machines are as or more intelligent than we are, so we move the goal posts. The reason is... Intelligence is like magic. Once it's understood, it's no longer special, or magical, the concepts become easy, well understood, and the method puts the skill in "well that's obvious and isn't AI". Take whatever you want to call AI functionality, wait a decade and read it back to yourself in 10 years. We will have passed it, but the definition you will use then will change.
To answer the poster's question... Satellites in high stable orbits come to mind, the rover opportunity, maybe some soon-to-be drone like the one flying in interstellar? For certain anything solar powered has a good chance, especially if it's in infra-stellar space. I bet the moon-buggy still works. I think they recently sold the rights to it. It's not turned on, but it doesn't have to be to be called "working", if your definition is "in a functional state".