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Transcript of Artificial Inteligence
What's the deal?
-A branch of computer science dealing with the simulation of intelligent behavior in computers.
What can they do for us?
-game playing (Gaming companion?)
-speech recognition (Can it talk?)
-understanding natural language (You speak properly?)
-computer vision (2D or 3D)
-expert systems (Is the quality good)
-heuristic classification (Can it detect crime)
-The capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior.
Possible examples: A robot, drone, cyborg, animatronic, etc.
Performs one specific/narrow task (e.g. only facial recognition or only internet searches or only driving a car).
Let these images show you:
The intelligence of a machine that could successfully perform any intellectual task that a human being can.
Let these images show you
The Uh Oh part
AI is programmed to do something devastating.
AI programmed to do something beneficial, but develops a destructive method (Malfunctions).
Video of F.R.HA.N.K
A general AI(work in progress) that is programmed to help gamers specifically to have a great experience. The gamers job is to help f.r.h.a.n.k learn how to adapt in human life and understand the whole vocabulary.Estimated price would be £4000000 which equals $6630838.88 CAD.
How it all began
There are many myths of AI being invented before the 10th century, but here is the first ever AI invented.
In 1957, John von Neumann and two of his colleagues were able to develop Maniac, which is capable of solving a greater extent of common sense math or any problems.