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Artificial Intelligence (AI): today and tomorrow
Transcript of Artificial Intelligence (AI): today and tomorrow
By LeJon McGowan and Simon Tutak
Born June 23 1912
"Father" of AI and Comp Sci
Broke the Enigma code
The Turing machine
Died from eating an apple laced with cyanide
Born September 4, 1927
Coined the term "artificial intelligence"
died October 24, 19 days after Steve Jobs
Took graduate level calulus at Caltech... at 16
wait, we need more arrows
just for you :)
Response to Stimuli
through its environment
Netflix & Amazon
more powerful than this whole room
Search engines now incorporate auto complete to try to predict what you are searching for before you finish typing based on previous searches
They also keep track of previous searches, so that it can best differentiate from synonyms words
DEFINITELY a robot
MORE POWERFUL THAN THIS ENTIRE ROOM
on the inside
Takes your voice...
...analyzes the vibrations...
(what yourdevice "hears")
Doctors use AI programs to assist in diagnosing illnesses from patient symptoms.
The computer learns from its mistakes and correct diagnosis.
NASA knew it would lose communications with a craft in space
They launched an AI program to navigate the craft until communications could be re-established
three laws of robotics
1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
Consumes power really quickly
Used especially by global conglomerates
saves time, money
Due to money spent, servers here are WAYY more powerful than ordinary PC's
uses previously accessed entries to recommend other content that the user will most likely enjoy
"I intend to be a professor of mathematics." (ENTIRE Caltech application essay)
computer chips for these robots alone can cost up to a billion dollars to build
Perhaps the largest barrier today
Robots require rare resources not readily available in mass quantities
With current technology, a robot would be lucky to last a day without being plugged in
30 minutes later
Progress in AI
OMG IT'S SO BIG!!!
yeah, good luck completing that
Strategic entry and exit points.
make sure u write notecards for thes ones
best video yet
What you see.
What the robot sees.
Very heavy CPU calculations.
Expected year 2024 for robots to have same capabilities as the human brain.
Today's hardware, tomorrows software.
A Robot is a mechanical device, designed by humans, which makes decisions
independently from an operator based on its ability to both sense and manipulate its surrounding environment.