The importance of artificial intelligence is the ability to create a never-ending thought process and collective that could solve our problems. Accomplishing this by thinking of every possible solution. We are limited now by the number of people who can do this. With artificial intelligence, we could build computers, upon thousands of computers, that could all work in unison to solve our great and most dire problems. One example is global warming. Whether you believe we are the cause or not, the fact is that global temperatures are on the rise. We need a way out or around or an idea to slow the process down. We need something.... Artificial intelligence could, and should solve this faster than we are or could....
Computers are used in many places:
With ever increasing availability of more complex and dynamic operating systems, the primary use of a computer is only limited to the imagination and technical know how of the user.
Some examples of use in the home:
The list goes on. These are just a few examples. Use your imagination, and chances are someone is using a computer in their home somewhere for that purpose.
For example, researchers who conduct a market research survey might ask a member of the public to complete questionnaires about a product or a service. These completed questionnaires are data; they are processed and analyze in order to prepare a report on the survey. This resulting report is information.
Generally they're the same thing. People just use both generally, for example: Hey, I've got lots of data on that pen-drive, don't break it!!
Hey, I've got lots of information on that pen-drive, don't break it!!
But grammatically, I'd never heard of 'a data' but 'a set of data', and for information, you use 'a piece of'.
Hope I helped!! :)
These are the two search strategies which are quite similar.In breadth first search a node is expanded according to the cost function of the parent node. In best first search we expand the nodes in accordance with the evaluation function.This can be understood by the given example.
Suppose we are at two intermediate nodes N1 & N2.The cost function of N1 is less than that of N2.So the breadth first search will definitely expand N1.Now suppose somehow we have the knowledge about the cost required from reaching goal node from N1 and N2.If the sum of the costs of reaching N1 from Start node and the cost (knowledge) of reaching goal from N1 is more than that of the sum of the costs of reaching N2 from Start node and the cost (knowledge) of reaching goal from N2 , then we should expand N2 and not N1.This expansion is done in Best first search
medical diagnosis system,it check the blood sample and suggest treatment for it...
In order to reduce the number of passes in a compiler, all symbols have to be fully declared and defined before they are referenced. That's assuming, of course, that you would want to write a single pass compiler to start with. Most current compilers are very good at what they do, and reinventing the wheel, other than for a computer science class, is meaningless.
Since 1955 ,when the term was coined by John McCarthy
The field of science has been dreaming of creating something ( an Entity ) that would be able to mimic Humans and in most cases Help Humans with their day to day life.
Alan Turing himself could only come up with the "Turing Test" which itself reflects that finding intelligence in machines is not something that can be quantified but has to be "Sensed"
The Moral lies here - after having made millions of promises the researchers realized that it wasn't it ( its still not ) to create something ( like Humans ) intelligent and the researchers have truly understood the complexity that lies behind the simplest of simplest behaviour that we the humans show.
I would personally say -Even if we could recreate the entire human brain artificially - It will take a lot more than codes and chips to breathe Life into a machine that would finally look directly into your eyes and Say "I am Alive"
There is some evidence that we do, but that is farfrom the whole picture.
when they combined
English = invented Football in 1863, writing out the rules Ancient forms of football played by chinese...hard to distinguish what it was they were doing as there were no specifications written out.
In goal formulation, we decide which aspects of the world we are interested in, and which can be ignored or abstracted away. Then in problem formulation we decide how to manipulate the important aspects (and ignore the others). If we did problem formulation ﬁrst we would not know what to include and what to leave out. That said, it can happen that there is a cycle of iterations between goal formulation, problem formulation, and problem solving until one arrives at a sufﬁciently useful and efﬁcient solution.
It is easy. In a conventional program the developer is obliged to define all the ways the program could follow during its life to solve the problems. And there may be thousands, tens of thousands or more. In an artificial intelligence program the developer only defines knowledge to be used (from 100 to 1000 "rules" or more), a software reasoning mechanism finds itself the right way to solve the problem. And these rules are written in everyday language while the conventional program is coded so unreadable.
Therefore, a program that not reasons is not artificial intelligence, even if its designers loudly claim it.
Both algoritms can be build very similary. The difference between breadth-first search and depth-first search is order in which elements ar added to OPEN list. In breadth-first search new nodes are appended to the end of OPEN list
In depth-first search new nodes are inserted in the begining of OPEN list
The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (TONI) has an age range of 6 y.o. thru 89 y.o. The Primary test (PTONI) is for children 3 thru 9 y.o. Each provides an assessment of General Nonverbal Intelligence which can be reported various ways: Standard Score, Percentile, Age Equivalent. There are many 'nonverbal tests of intelligence. Another one in the TONI line is the Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (CTONI), which looks at analogic, sequential and classification reasoning skills. It provides several scores based on those skills and combinations thereof. +++++++ Both tests measure aspects of perceptual, abstract and conceptual reasoning. The PTONI has 8 alternative language administration instructions in the manual, including Japanese, Chinese (Mandarin), Vietnamese, Korean, and French - among others. The TONI is in it's third edition and may soon be revised to it's fourth edition.
To my understanding, theoretically, the knowledge of elasticity can help in the revenue of the firm. However, it can be limited in practical terms as many other factors can affect revenue for the firm. In theory, if we are considering elasticity, what we are considering is the price of the good. You might need a graph to better understand the concepts of elasticity and revenue. Lets say the good has an elastic demand curve. This means that the demand curve is relatively flat, and the goods have a wide variety of substitutes. If this is the case, a good strategy will be to decrease the price of the good. If the price is decreased, and if the demand curve is elastic, theoretically the revenue of the firm will increase. From my interpretation, if the good has got a lot of substitutes, the firm can increase it's revenue by decreasing the price of it's good. This is because consumers are very sensitive to price changes, this means a small decrease in price, will mean a lot of customers will come and purchase the good. This can increase the revenue for the firm. On the other hand, if the demand curve is inelastic, an increase in the price of the good will increase the revenue for the firm. A demand curve that is inelastic is rather steep, and have few substitutes for the consumers. This means that consumers have little choice over product variety. An increase in the price of the product by the firm, will have few customers respond to it. What this means essentially is that the current customers will not repsond to changes in the price, hence they will not reduce the quantity demanded a lot, and they will not mind paying the high price. This can thus increase the revenue for the firm. In summary, if the product that a firm faces is elastic it's wise to decrease the price, as it will increase the revenue for the firm. On the other hand, if the product that a firm faces is inelastic, it's wise to increase the price of the good, as it will increase the revenue for the firm. Hope this helps.
a human intelligence is creative (thinking) but a robot cannot think it works on predefined methodolgy.
a human cannot be programmed while a robot can be programmed.
a human thinking and ability diminished after a long interval of time while a robot programming remains same.
A Central Processing Unit (CPU), or sometimes just called processor, is a description of a class of logic machines that can execute computer programs. This broad definition can easily be applied to many early computers that existed long before the term "CPU" ever came into widespread usage. The term itself and its initialism have been in use in the computer industry at least since the early 1960s (Weik 1961). The form, design and implementation of CPUs have changed dramatically since the earliest examples, but their fundamental operation has remained much the same.
Early CPUs were custom-designed as a part of a larger, sometimes one-of-a-kind, computer. However, this costly method of designing custom CPUs for a particular application has largely given way to the development of mass-produced processors that are suited for one or many purposes. This standardization trend generally began in the era of discrete transistor mainframes and minicomputers and has rapidly accelerated with the popularization of the integrated circuit (IC). The IC has allowed increasingly complex CPUs to be designed and manufactured to tolerances on the order of nanometers. Both the miniaturization and standardization of CPUs have increased the presence of these digital devices in modern life far beyond the limited application of dedicated computing machines. Modern microprocessors appear in everything from automobiles to cell phones to children's toys.
they are lack an essential,SOUL.only it can unlock the things artificial intelligence can't do.
Artificial intelligence would not need any sleep. This would be an advantage because it would not be interrupted from its tasks for sleep, as well as other issues that plague biological minds like restroom breaks and eating.
Unemotional consideration of problems. While an artificial mind could theoretically have emotions, it would be better for performance if it were programmed for unemotional reasoning. When people make decisions, sometimes those decisions are based on emotion rather than logic. This is not always the best way to make decisions.
Easier copying. Once an artificial mind is trained in a task, that mind can then be copied very easily, compared to the training of multiple people for the same task.
There are some disadvantages to the artificial mind as well ...
Limited sensory input. Compared to a biological mind, an artificial mind is only capable of taking in a small amount of information. This is because of the need for individual input devices. The most important input that we humans take in is the condition of our bodies. Because we feel what is going on with our own bodies, we can maintain them much more efficiently than an artificial mind. At this point, it is unclear whether that would be possible with a computer system.
Which leads to another disadvantage ...
The inability to heal. Biological systems can heal with time and treatment. For minor conditions, most biological systems can continue normally with only a small drop in performance. Most computer systems, on the other hand, often need to be shut down for maintenence.
These are only some basic advantages and disadvantages without getting too technical. I am sure that other answers will vary greatly from mine, but I take an unusual approach to my research.
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