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What is an AI

Is an ai just a program or a program with classes Please follow me i do rarely post but i do like talking and learning a lot Another AI https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1754298/?ref=app

4/9/2019 7:51:43 AM

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Well This is a nice debate. AI has for long been confused with Machine Learning. According to me, AI is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems and Bots. In simple terms. Machines and comps are made to behave and respond to stimuli just like human beings.😎 Very much growing in the West and Middle

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Artificial Intelligence(AI) is a subject in the Computer Science curriculum at most universities.

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Natural intelligence is attributed to human beings while AI (artificial intelligence) is the same concept attributed to computers and realised using various algorithms and models such as artificial neural networks which are used for classification (amongst other tasks) by simulating the neurons and synaptic connections in human brains.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems.

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AI is nothing but a set of algorithms which modifies itself after successive iterations and hence in a way, learns from experience or I say mistakes.? Lol

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The definition of AI changes over time and it is controversial. It changes because often goals are reset when they are reached. Alan Touring thought that if we had created a "machine" capable of chatting with an human being, and that person don't understand he is talking to a machine then we would have an AI. Today, Siri and other voice assistants are capable to chat. Some people thought that playing chess was a domain of human intelligence and if a machine could beat a chess champion we would archieved an AI. Many years ago a computer won a chess world champion. Quite recently a computer beaten a "Go" champion, a Chinese game that due to its enormous complexity can only be played by exploiting intuition, it'snt possible to evaluate moves with a brute force, the valid moves combinations are more than all the atoms that make the entire known universe. An AI learned to play the game playing with another AI more than 1 million times, becoming able to beat a Go world champion. Sorry about my English!

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Juan Baños is correct

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More or less but still not the best one _Jay

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In computer science, artificial intelligence, sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and animals.

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Ai is a program That learn Redefine and changes it self It is able to reinvent it self and even change every aspect It thinks faster and learns faster because it has no limit to energy Because of deep learning it is able to change it self And because it probably has access to Internet the knowledge is really vast that it stores in its mind But for our tech we do not support ai in our era yet an ai is so advance that the theory behind it makes people probably run but still an Ai involves learning (normal things) deep learning (things it can use to alter it self) response (talks or sends messages automatically) etc......

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Kick en Evy No it is able to be used in a lot of languages thou you just need to code it right

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It is the ability of a computer program to think.

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An new post on AI

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Ai is sometimes confused with a bot or robot or a program that does talk back because of coding that was done behind it to make it seem like an AI

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Yes kick en Evy It is true the ones seen is python and js

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AI is a concept which enables machines to mimic human behaviour.

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AI it's technology designed to catch knowledge and make it part of itself, becoming some kind of autonomous being capable of making its own choices based on its experiences