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Why you use artificial intelligence?
March 05, 2011 4:53PM
We use Artificial Intelligence, or, AI, for multiple reasons. If we can find out more of AI, we could make a machine that could help us better in science and benefit the world.
- Robots are still under development, and even though we have come close at times to a sufficiently working AI, it has yet to succeed, due to the sheer fact that we can learn over time, and do trial and error. Robots, in a sense, unless we create them that way, can not. They could either not learn from doing something like, if we pushed someone, they'll push him back, (if we did a robot-on-robot) but he won't learn to stop. That's the hardest part.
- We use AIs to better our knowledge. Think about N.A.S.A. We didn't have to go to the moon, or even send satellites out there. But we did. Many people disagree with N.A.S.A. and their actions. If they knew how much things actually is in relationship with N.A.S.A., perhaps their view would change. For example, without N.A.S.A., we wouldn't have been able to use a G.P.S. or cell phones. That's a bit off topic, though, who knows, AIs might lead us to an even greater invention!