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Transcript of Artificial Intelligence
Companies are in the process of making new Artificial gadgets that will be helpful in completing every day task.
Siri is a common form of artificial intelligence
Siri is iPhone's helpful guide in navigating your iPhone
Siri is equipped with the ability to search for information stored in your device as well as information on the internet.
Siri Is controlled threw voice input witch comes from the iPhone user, the device can maintain a simple conversation with the use to find need data.
Example of Commands that Siri will respond to:
Siri define Religion
Siri do you love me
Siri what is a good restaurant in the area Furby a common kids toy was one of the first public daybuse of newly found artificial intelligence.
Furby was created during the end of the 1990s and was a most have for kids.
The toy used common English terms and responded in a language the producer of the toy called “Furbish”
Examples of how Furbys language system works:
wee-tah-kah-loo-loo: Tell me a joke.
wee-tah-kah-wee-loo: Tell me a story.
wee-tee-kah-wah-tee: Sing me a song.
u-nye-loo-lay-doo?: Do you want to play?
u-nye-ay-tay-doo?: Are you hungry?
u-nye-boh-doo?: How are you?
u-nye-way-loh-nee-way: Go to sleep now.
u-nye-noh-lah: Show me a dance. Furby Siri The Basics The Good Help make tough decisions
Perform dangerous tasks
Improve the safety in work environments
Artificial Intelligence can often take over "busy work" and leave humans to work on more important things.
Human aid The Bad Loss of many jobs which will end up hurting the economy.
It can cause desensitizing.
Moral and Ethical Issues.
Society will become dependent on AI. Future It has been predicted that by around 2050 that half the work force will be made up of AI's (Artificial Intelligence)
Predictions have been made there will be a increase in AI's as common house hold tools the tools will be used for:
Caring for the elderly
Maintaining the neatness of the house
Helping people with social issues Effects of Artificial Intelligence There will be less jobs in the work force, because of the jobs being taken by AI's.
Mundane task will become a lot easier.
Society as whole will become come dependent o the technology they have. Areas of Use Military
Search Engines Military Recon and surveillance
Finding Targets (UAV) Medicine Diagnostic programs
Takes out any uncertainty and imprecision Search Engines Netflix
WATSON History AI really began to intrigue researchers with the invention of the computer in 1943. The technology was finally available, or so it seemed, to simulate intelligent behavior. Over the next four decades, despite many stumbling blocks, AI has grown from a dozen researchers, to thousands of engineers and specialists; and from programs capable of playing checkers, to systems designed to diagnose disease. Basic Questions? Q. What is artificial intelligence?
Q. When did AI research start?
Q. Does AI aim to put the human mind into the computer?
Q. How far is AI from reaching human-level intelligence? When will it happen? The Many Uses 1) Common sense knowledge and reasoning
2) Genetic programming
3) Search and pattern recognition 1) Game playing
2) Speech recognition
3) Computer vision Applications of AI The Branches of AI The Big Questions Would this device or program have a moral claim to “life "and freedom?
What would be the responsibility of its creators to the creation?
What would it mean to be human then?
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