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Artificial Intelligence

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Hani Huang

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence
pattern recognition
use of pattern recognition
Google 2012

strong AI

- think creative
- emotions
- own awareness
- only in movies
slightly AI

- concrete application
- simulate behavior

- more precisely
- automotive Industry
- dangerous and unhealthy functions
- Pathfinder-Mission 1997
- signal needs 14 minutes
- loss of human control
- manipulation
- more wrong decisions
- metaphysical/idealistic Mindset:
- impossible to create a strong AI
- evolutionary/progressive mindset:
- possible
- consequences (exceed Human)
- Androids for exploring new planets
- "more human than human"
- contrast

What is humanity?
- childless couples
- love
- become a human being

If we would create artificial intelligences, we would create artificial sorrow as well.
Speech Recognition Process
Turing Test
Siri, IGod, Cleverbot
1. Definition

2. Areas of application
- Knowledge-based
- Pattern analysis
- Speech recognition
- Robots

3. Problems
- Speech Recognition
- Knowledge-based
- Philosophy
- Sources

Speech Recognition System
also known as automatic speech recognition (ASR) or computer speech recognition

process of converting an acoustic signal, captured by a microphone or a telephone, to a set of words
Types of Voice Recognition
two types of speech recognition

- Speaker-Dependent
- Speaker-Independent
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