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Transcript of Artificial Intelligence
For many, many years, this concept has perplexed and inspired anyone in the fields of science and/or computers.
It began as philosophers attempting to describe human thoughts as a process involving the mechanical manipulation of symbols.
This concept became increasingly popular during the mid-nineties, when computers were bring created and introduced.
This concept, is Artificial intelligence. Some scientists believe it is an unachievable goal, whereas others think we are closer to creating it than ever
The enormous development of artificial intelligence had started from just a machine who can solve mathematical problems to a machine can think by itself, a robot who doesn’t just look like a human but have feeling and personality. After we learned the basics of artificial intelligence we will discuss the development starting from 1941 till our present day
EXPERT SYSTEMS GAIN ATTENDANCE
[1960 - 1970]
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FROM LAB TO LIFE
[ 1980 ]
There's two ways of thinking of a robot one is the science fiction robot, it looks like us and have body like ours.
Then there is the other robot that does not looks like us but can do the same job with the information given to him,
What makes us different from all other creatures?
Is our intelligence and it is so important to us.
What is artificial intelligence?
The ability of a machines to have a human's performance and they can be abbreviated in thought processes and humans behaviors
Why do we need artificial intelligence?
Computers can solve mathematical problems in seconds, and can store millions of data that humans can’t. Numerous number of people believe that computers have more powers than humans.
What can we get from a machine?
There is many things are easy for people to do but not for machines such as vision, natural languages, and manipulating objects. The main goal of artificial intelligence is to have machines as capable and flexible as humans.
How could we create an artificial intelligence?
The science of artificial intelligence has to work with many other sciences to be able to create intelligent machines.
computer creation 1941
"The Dartmouth summer research project on artificial intelligence"
Edward Feigenbaum demonstrated
makeing their way into the marketplace
new technologies will continue to improve and develop concepts and will reach human levels. And will have some common sense primitive (and intelligence specific range).
We can builds machines that can go further than we can to serve our need of curiosity and discovery of this massive world that can take us to amazing places if they are
In 2013, the 2014 BMW i3 will autonomously steer, accelerate and brake in traffic jams at up to 25 miles (40 km) per hour.
By 2014, Volvo expects vehicles that can be autonomous at up to 31 miles (50 km) per hour, with expected use in heavy traffic
By 2015, Audi plans to market vehicles that can autonomously steer, accelerate and brake at lower speeds, such as in traffic jams
By 2018, Google expects to release their autonomous car technology
and the list go on .....
90% of all robots used today are found in factories. These robots are referred to as industrial robots . Although many types can be found in manufacturing today the most common are jointed arm robots.
Ten years ago, 9 out of 10 robots were being bought by auto companies - now, only 50% of robots made today are bought by car manufacturers.
Robots are slowly finding their way into warehouses, laboratories, research and exploration sites, energy plants, hospitals, even outer space.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
out of the edges of our solar systemزز
or on the surface of Mars
less and more
good and bad
easy and hard
Computer companies will try to recreate some parts of the human (animal) brain in silicon
Robots will take all the Jobs that are currently occupied by humans these days.
BY : MOUSA / MOHAMMED / SALAH / OSAMA / ABDULRAHMAN