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Artificial Intelligence, Simulation & Modeling

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Graeme Stewart

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Requirements of Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence, Simulation & Modelling. An overview by: Graeme Stewart, Chris Vella & Lauren Zmijewski. Requirements of Artificial Intelligence, Models & Simulations Hardware Examples Artificial Intelligence,
Simulation & Modelling Modelling & Simulation SOFTWARE Algorithms Logical
response Random GUI Hardware Powerful
processors Large
hard drives High resolution
monitors consoles and controllers Physical mock ups in-put/out-put Design,
Evaluate Processors Hard drive Monitors Console and controller Input, Output Physical mock ups Areas of AI Project Development Advantages & Limitations
of Models and simulation programs Weather map - http://www.bom.gov.au/ Flight simulator Design- What are the client’s needs and requirements?
Techniques-Story boarding and prototypes Produce- Writing the way in which
AI behaves in certain situations.
Techniques- Programming,
editing and storing Evaluating- Has the final product
met the initial criteria?
Techniques- Testing and observation. Project Development Using Model & Simulation Programs Spreadsheets:
The use of rows and columns that organizes, stores and calculates data that is inserted into the program. A teacher may use a spreadsheet to determine grades, monitor student’s assignments and allocate marks based on students work. Additional Content ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Intelligent
Systems Knowledge
Bases Demons Agents Expert
Systems Neural
Networks Ideas of how this could be taught:
This could be taught by group discussion and mind maps on what the students think AI is and investigate through class and homework worksheets. Ideas of how this could be taught:
*Research task with groups of 2 creating a webpage consisting of each area of AI with examples and
resources to be demonstrated to the class in a10minute presentation.
* In the instance of a neural network the use of a Chat Bot could be examined. Ideas of how this could be taught:
• Questions and answers
• Group collaboration/ Class collaboration
• Class workbook over a week which is to be
completed at home and in class Ideas of how this could be taught:
•Using a CAD software, design and create a nutritional drink which
will include: shape of bottle and designer label Idea of how this could be taught:
Explain the advantages and limitations of AI by compiling information and research into a
Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
Class excursion to local flight school, students participate in flight simulation. Ideas of how this could be taught:
Using a given formula, create a spread sheet with a skeleton template with figures of sales and costs included. Analyse yearly trends and net profits based on sales and costs, and what can be done to improve the future of a given business. Idea of how this could be taught :
Class demonstration of computer deconstruction labelling parts relating to the hardware requirements. (Grover et al, 2011) (Grover et al, 2011) (Grover et al, 2011) (Grover et al, 2011) (Grover et al, 2011) IF-THEN Rule References
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