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Transcript of AI

Artificial Intelligence
Turing Test
The History of AI
An Introduction to AI
Artificial Intelligence, or
, is a combination of computer science, physiology, and philosophy.

The element that the fields of AI have in common is the creation of machines that can "think"

AI is usually defined as the science of making computers do things that require intelligence when done by humans.

Research in AI: has focused chiefly on the following components of intelligence: learning, reasoning, problem-solving, perception, and language-understanding.
From the perspective of

artificial intelligence
is making machines "intelligent" -- acting as we would expect people to act

perspective, AI is the study of how to make computers do things which, at the moment, people do better"

perspective, AI is a set of very powerful tools, and methodologies for using those tools to solve business problems.

perspective, AI includes the study of symbolic programming, problem solving, and search.
British logician and computer pioneer
Alan Mathison Turing
In 1950 Turing introduced the test for computer intelligence that is now known simply as the Turing test.
Application of AI
Advantages & Disadvantages
Artificial Intelligence
Created by : EmyKokumu
Produced for
Faculty of Defence Science and Technology
National Defence University of Malaysia
Video 1
The ability
to act intelligently
, as a human.
The ability to behave following
"general intelligent action."
The ability
to artificially simulate the human brain.
The ability
to actively learn
and adapt as a human.
The ability
to process language and symbols.
Parallel computing:

evolution of cellular automata
Molecular biology:

molecular evolution,
design of useful molecules, protein design
Computer security:

immune systems for computers
Intelligent agents

and robotics – Internet!!
Scientific modeling:

evolution, ecologies, economies, insect societies, immune systems, organizations
Can take on stressful and complex work
that humans may struggle/can not do.

complete task faster than a human
can most likely

To discover unexplored things.
i.e. outer space

errors and defects
Function is infinite
Lacks the "human touch"

Has the
ability to replace human jobs

Can malfunction
do the opposite
of what they are programmed to do

Can be misused leading
to mass scale destruction

May corrupt younger generation
Produce by Emy Kokumu
(TSK 2203 - Artificial Intelligence)
2TSK1 - 2013

Special Thanks to
PM. DR. Suzaimah Ramli
Fakulti Sains & Teknologi Pertahanan
Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia
Kewajipan, Maruah, Integriti

Credits :
1). Prezi.com
2). You Tube - languide, Shots of Awe,
svennormen2 ·videos
This involves three participants, the computer, a human interrogator, and a human "foil".
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