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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence   Artificial intelligence is an advanced branch of science which enables digital computers to perform complex tasks that are usually associated with requiring human intelligence. These tasks can vary from game playing to robotics. The best way to describe A.I is by comparing it to a human brain, digital computers consist of a network of switches and computers make decisions by using on/off switches. The basic element of the brain, the neuron also uses two state operations

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence Having seen this movie more times than I can count on my fingers, I still am surprised to how this whole movie is based upon. My reaction is still the same, but I indeed discover more things, the more I watch it over and over again. Questions of life constantly surpass my mind when I sit quietly and watch this movie, such a mind blowing wakeup call. Of what life and what the future may hold. I personally think it’s one of the best films that were made, why you ask well

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence in the military is good for the future because it will allow us to better protect our citizens with a multitude of advances that will help us decipher many situations more effectively and efficiently on the battlefield. Artificial Intelligence will gives the military an opportunity to be a step ahead of its enemies at all times, which allow them to most often diffuse many situations with very minimal casualties. “ Today, the military primarily uses AI to process large amounts

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence Shadena Hobbs INF 103: Computer Literacy Instructor: Lawrence Master January 28, 2013 Is the Intelligence of machines and robots and the branch of computer science that aims to create if Al textbook defines the field as the study and

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence (AI), a branch of computer science, is the study of intelligent systems (i.e. software, computers, robots, etc.). Alternatively, it may be defined as "the study and design of intelligent agents" where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chances of success. John McCarthy, who coined the term in 1955, defines it as "the science and engineering of making intelligent machines." AI research is highly technical and

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  • Stevia Sweetener

    a natural sweetener for at least 1500 years. The leaves of the stevia rebaudiana plant have zero calories, carbs and a zero glycemic index. It is also about 30 times sweeter than table sugar. Studies have shown that these leaves also contain other nutrients such as protein, fiber, carbs, iron, phosphorus, calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A and C, and other oils as well. The sweet glycosides in the leaves do not break down in heat, which makes this a desirable sweetener to use in

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Name INF 103: Computer Literacy Instructor: Bonita Spight-Williams April 13, 2013 Artificial Intelligence What does our future hold in the area of Artificial Intelligence? “The goal of many computer scientists since the mid–20th century has been to create a computer that could perform logical operations so well that it could actually learn and become sentient or conscious. The effort to achieve this is called artificial intelligence, or AI.” (Bowles, 2010). AI

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    technological developments of the modern age, none is as complex as artificial intelligence. The idea that a non-human, manufactured entity could advance to a point of emulating human behavior is enough to make people shiver. The idea of something so advanced that we will not be able to tell the difference may be even worse. In 1961 Philip Dick wrote Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?. It portrayed a world with these exact characteristics. Artificial Intelligence had advanced to a point of near-perfect human

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  • Artificial Intellegence

    Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence is a scientific concept that gives machines the ability to copy and complete human tasks. It was a term that first came into use in 1955 and has come quite a long way since then. According to Stanford University in California, this type of intelligence is created by studying and simulating human actions, not human intelligence, to complete tasks. The actions are then programmed into a computer to allow the computer to complete the same task

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    INSTITUE OF ENGG AND TECH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (Biologically Inspired Intelligent Robots Using Artificial Muscles) PRESENTED BY: Praveen Kumar J Sai Krishna A B.Tech III/IV B.Tech III/IV Abstract: Artificial Intelligence is a branch of Science which deals

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence The computer revolution has influenced everyday matters from the way letters are written to the methods in which our banks, governments, and credit card agencies keep track of our finances. The development of artificial intelligence is just a small percentage of the computer revolution and how society deals with, learns, and incorporates artificial intelligence. It will only be the beginning of the huge impact and achievements of the computer revolution. A standard

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  • Artificial Sweetner

    Ira Remsen discovered the artificial sweetener, saccharin. He tasted something sweet while eating rolls at dinner and realized it came from the coal tar he was working with earlier in his lab. Remsen did not get credit for discovering the artificial sweetener, Constantin Fahlberg did by patenting it. Artificial sweeteners such as, saccharin, is supposed to be a substitute for sugar. It has fewer calories than sugar. With it having fewer calories than naturally, it will help a person dieting with

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is the intelligence exhibited by machines or software, and the branch of computer science that develops machines and software with intelligence. Major AI researchers and textbooks define the field as "the study and design of intelligent agents",[1] where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chances of success.[2] John McCarthy, who coined the term in 1955,[3] defines it as "the science and engineering of making

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    dreamed of a future that held flying cars, robots, and a multitude of other fantastical life improvements. One of these ideas was Artificial Intelligence. To some Artificial intelligence is a topic reserved for science fiction and the future but the reality of it is that we are closer than ever to true silicone based life. For a computer program to be considered artificial intelligence it must first past the Turning Test. “The Turing Test, proposed by Alan Turing in his seminal 1950 paper "Computing

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  • Artificial Moon

    difficult topic to research. I am fascinated with the celestial bodies that encompass our solar system. The Moon, being such an influential entity on our planet, has also one of the most mysterious findings our scientists have discovered. The Artificial Moon Justin Jones EN1320 Andrew A Bowen Abstract This paper analyzes several works on the Moon and its characteristics and geological features. The Moon is the largest satellite of a planet in the Solar System relative to the size of

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  • The Dangers of Artificial Food Dye

    Jenifer Lovell Mrs. Keltz English 111-4113N 20 November 2013 The Dangers of Artificial Food Dyes Have you ever wondered why the food we eat is more vividly colored than nature? The food industry knows the highly processed foods they create are colorless and therefore appear bland to the consumer. Color adds appeal and the suggestion that the item is delicious and therefore, desirable. In the fall of 2011, I started to wonder if these bright colors could possibly have anything to do with

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Paper Presentation On “Artificial Intelligence(AI)” INDEX :1. ABSTRACT. 1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 2. INTRODUCTION. 3. HISTORY OF AI. 4. CATEGORIES OF AI. A. CONVENTIONAL AI. B. COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE (CI). 5. FIELDS OF AI. 6. AAAI. 7. APPLICATIONS. ABSTRACT This paper is the introduction to Artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence is exhibited by artificial entity, a system is generally assumed to be a computer. AI

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Junrey C. Esparago BSCS 4th Year Students Room 56 Artificial Intelligence 1.1 A. Intelligence - means to have the knowledge to learn and understand different situations. B. Artificial Intelligence - the ability of a computer or robot to act like a human and make decisions based on pre-defined rules. C. Agent - a computer application designed to automate certain tasks. D. Rationality - is the state being reasonable.  E. Logical Reasoning – is the process using arguments, statements, premises

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE The computer revolution has everyday things out of the way letters are in our banks, governments, agencies and credit affects of our finances to the process of writing. The development of artificial intelligence is only a small percentage of the information revolution and how the company deals with, learn and contains artificial intelligence. It will be just the beginning of great influence and success of the computer revolution. A uniform artificial intelligence, or

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Faith Brown September 9, 2014 Artificial Intelligence is something that has been around for quite some time. It is simply the science of making machine imitate human thinking and behavior. There are many types of businesses and organizations that use artificial intelligence. Many of them are government organizations but are not limited to hospitals and local businesses. Artificial intelligence can be used for the simplest of things like counting inventory or to the more complex of things such as

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence 1. Explain how Intelligent Agents influence the development of applications or Software. The Intelligent Agents are used in the creation of machines (hardware / software) to display intelligent behavior. Such systems can be simply personal computers; or may be robots. To perform tasks that if a human's conduct, require hard work and a high level of concentration and intelligence.   2. Identify and explain as a model of software engineering for distributed systems using

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  • The Potential Dangers of Using Artificial Sweetener

    ingredient before they buy products and they usually choose artificial sweeteners over natural sugar. They think artificial sweeteners will not add extra calories to the body and help them to control their weight. However, many health experts doubt the safety of artificial sweeteners after doing research about it. They have discovered several dangerous elements in artificial sweeteners. This paper reports the types of common artificial sweeteners, the reason why they are harmful, their bad influences

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  • Artificial Insemination

    Christopher Evans 09/21/2014 Dr. Amoah ANSC 4833 Routes of Fertilization Artificial insemination is a technique that can help treat certain kinds of infertility in both humans and animals. They all have their own unique ways of carrying out their procedure, but all to aid with fertilization in humans and in animals. Justification The reason that the growth of the particular technology is so important is that it can effect so many births animals but particularly focused on humans. From

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  • Truth About Sweeteners

    Leah Arvay ENG 1020 052 November 11, 2013 The Truth about Sweeteners When you go to the store do you ever notice that all of these sweet foods and drinks are claiming to have no sugar and zero calories? And if all these foods and drinks are claiming to have no sugar in them, then why are our obesity numbers in this country continuing to rise? The American Heart Association says in their 2013 Statistical Fact Sheet that 23.9 million children ranging the ages of 2 to 19 are either overweight or obese

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  • Truth About Sweeteners

    Leah Arvay ENG 1020 052 November 11, 2013 The Truth about Sweeteners When you go to the store do you ever notice that all of these sweet foods and drinks are claiming to have no sugar and zero calories? And if all these foods and drinks are claiming to have no sugar in them, then why are our obesity numbers in this country continuing to rise? The American Heart Association says in their 2013 Statistical Fact Sheet that 23.9 million children ranging the ages of 2 to 19 are either overweight or obese

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    computers can’t replace people. But with artificial intelligence, computers could be trained to think like humans do. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the branch of computer science concerned with making computers behave like humans. Artificial intelligence allows computers to learn from experience, recognize patterns in large amounts of complex data and make complex decisions based on human knowledge and reasoning skills. Currently, no computers exhibit full artificial intelligence (that is, are able to

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence: Past, Present and Future Alana Boggan INF 103 Sabahudin Tricic July 25, 2011 Abstract Technology, over time, has become more advanced. As technology has risen, so has man’s curiosity for advancement of what technology can do for mankind. In this exploration, artificial intelligence was created. In researching and exploring the past of artificial intelligence, mankind can make assumptions about the advances in the future.

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  • Artificial Intelligence in Business Management

    Artificial intelligence (AI) technology through applications are steadily gaining a reputation of unlimited potential in the business sector as it brags real-time data analysis and virtually flawless reporting capabilities. Artificial intelligence respectfully enhances industry to better forecast product demand, inventory and distribution and financial markets. When strategically employed this technology offers business managers the ability to make educated decisions in less time that yield the

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    tipping point. After all of my research I must say, we the people, in order to create a more than perfect human, have just uncovered the next reason our race faces possible extinction from this planet one day. The history of artificial intelligence The term artificial intelligence or A.I. has been around since the fifties and was conceived by a group of scientists at the Dartmouth College in Hanover New Hampshire. They originally projected they would be able to build a computer that could simulate

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  • Ai -Artificial Inteligence

    Introduction For the purpose of this assignment I will first introduce what Artificial intelligence means in the world of information systems. I will give points to both its advantages and disadvantages of its uses. Artificial Intelligence is considered the development of machines such as robots and security systems to perform the job of humans. They even have feelings, thoughts, preferences and the ability to understand human speech (Russell, 2009). In 1941, the most intelligent machine was

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  • Artificial Sweetener

    English 240 September 10, 2015 Component 3 Research Question: Are artificial sweeteners a safe alternative to sugar? Can they help people lose weight, or can they actually have the opposite affect? Working Thesis Statement: Americans should eliminate the regular consumption of artificial sweeteners because it could have a reverse effect on losing weight and can lead to chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    1.INTRODUCTION: Artificial Intelligence is the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs. It includes people,procedure,hardware,software,data and knowledge needed to develop computer systems and machines that demonstrated characteristics of intelligence.It is related to the similar task of using computers to understand human intelligence, but AI does not have to confine itself to methods that are biologically observable. Intelligence is basically

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  • Artificial Lungs

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  • Artificial Intelligeence

    In conclusion, artificial intelligence systems have been useful tools in solving complex problems that are seen to be beyond the level of human thinking. Although the characteristics of these systems are drawn from human intelligence, they exhibit more intelligence than the human beings themselves. This is just the beginning in computer revolution and more improvements are likely to be seen in the near future.The computer revolution has influenced everyday matters from the way letters are written

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Introduction to artificial Intelligence Intelligence: Definition 1. - Its ability to learn or understand or deal with new or trying situations. - Skilled use of reason. 2. It’s the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one’s environment or to think abstractly as measured by object criteria (as test) Views of intelligence 1. Autonomous movement – Movement of object; Eg Robot intelligently E.g vaucansor (18th Century), Shaker – 1970, Sony Aibo (1998) 2. Thinking –

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  • Artificial Pancreras

    Artificial Pancreas ; The pancreas is a gland organ in the digestive and endocrine system of vertebrates. It is both an endocrine gland producing several important hormones, as well as an exocrine gland, secreting pancreatic juice containing digestive enzymes that pass to the small intestine. These enzymes help in the further breakdown of the carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Digestion is the process of breaking down food into molecules small enough for the body to absorb. 1. The mouth

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    CS 771 Artificial Intelligence Introduction to AI Outline • • • • Course overview What is AI? A brief history State of the Art Course overview • • • • • • • • • • • • • Intro to AI (chapter 1) Intelligent agents (chapter 2) Goal based agents and uninformed search(chapter 3.1-3.4) Informed Search : A* (chapter 3.5-3.6) Beyond classical search (chapter 4) Adversarial search alpha-beta pruning (chapter 5) Constraint satisfaction problem (chapter 6) Midterm

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Gracias! Table of Contents I. Introduction 4 II. Computers, Robots, and Artificial Intelligence 5 a. Computer 6 b. Artificial Intelligence and Robots 7 III. Information Age and Information Society 8 a. Knowledge 9 b. Global mind 10 c. Global brain 11 IV. The Machine and the Machine of Mind 12 a. The Machines of Mind 13 b. The Most Human Mind of Machines 14 V. Conclusion 16 I. Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation

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  • Artificial Inteligence

    MULUNGUSHI UNIVERSITY Pursing frontiers of Knowledge CENTRE FOR ICT EDUCATION ICT 352 Artificial Intelligence and Prolog Topic: Intelligent Agents Lecturer: M. Simfukwe Monday, 20 May, 2013 Outline • Agents and environments • Rationality • PEAS (Performance measure, Environment, Actuators, Sensors) • Environment types • Agent types Agents • An agent is any system that gets in some input and processes it to get some output. • Software agents in classical computer science

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  • Artificial Organs

    original human organs. When it comes to who should be a prime candidate for these types of artificial/synthetic replacements, I think that the rules should be the same for the usual organ transplants. People that subject themselves to illegal drug use or who are alcoholics usually do not get put on donor lists. I think the people who should be in charge of making the judgement calls on who should receive artificial organs should be the same ones that decide on the regular transplants. I have also found

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  • Artificial Selection

    Artificial selection is a person deliberately chooses a male and a female with the desired traits and keeps them for breeding purposes. Over generations signify changes can occur in the species. Artificial selection is also known selective reading. This is the process of reading only the living organisms with desirable traits. This has been used by humans for thousands of years to preserve traits in pets, crops, and livestock. In hopes to produce offsprings from a certain trait. An example of artificial

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Datar Supply Chain Management (SCHM 6210) Spring 2016 RESEARCH PAPER “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT” By Shreerang Datar (NUID 001649801) 04/14/2016 1 SCM Research paper | Shreerang Datar Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary……………………………………………………3 2. Introduction…………………………………………………………….4 3. Background…………………………………………………………….5 4. Findings………………………………………………………………...6 a. Artificial Intelligence Tools……………………………………..7 b. Business Examples……………………………………………

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  • Artificial Ntelligence

    Artificial Intelligence: Watch Out! Over the years, the thought of computers becoming out equal or taking over has been a major concern. The procedural knowledge that is programmed into machines, such as computers and robots, is known as artificial intelligence. In “The AI Revolution is On,” Steven Levy describes artificial intelligence as machines that do “human-like tasks in ways that people never could” using skills that are programmed into them without “re-creating the brain” (210). Although

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  • Artificial Intelligent

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENT May 22, 2016 Artificial Intelligence Introduction “With artificial intelligence, we are summoning the demon. You know all those stories where there is the guy with the pentagram and the holy water and he’s like… (wink) yeah he’s sure he can control the demon… doesn’t work out.” Elon Musk. For some people, AI is the response to many of our major problems and it will help us to get more space in our daily life to perform other activities unrelated to work. In addition

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  • Artificial Intelligence Discussion 3b

    please start a thread titled "Mod 3, Discussion 3B/[Your Name]." Discussion Questions 1. Why is it important for Artificial Intelligence systems to be able to prove theorems in an automated way? First of all, knowing that a problem can be solved is a big help. Running search algorithms on problems that can not be solved can waste resources. Resolution is an important part of Artificial Intelligence research and provides a common method for systems to reason logically. This provides a basis for

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  • Holland Sweetener Case

    Holland Sweetener Case Write Up 1.How should Holland Sweetener expect NutraSweet to respond to its entry into Europe and Canada? Ultimately Holland Sweetener should expect NutraSweet to aggressively defend the entry into Europe and Canada. This defense is based primarily on the fact that this entrance will give NutraSweet the ability to show Holland Sweetener how it plans to subsequently defend the US Market. In 1986 Canada and Europe combined made up 550 tonnes of demand for aspartame

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence Growing up, I watched and enjoyed movies such as Short Circuit, Space Camp, and the Terminator. There would be no doubt in my mind that we as humans would be able to create artificial intelligence. I figured it was a no brainer as a watched the robots on the big screen think and make decisions on their own without any human input. Later on, as an adult you begin to realize that movies are fiction and it would take a very intelligent human to create artificial life that

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    I truly believe that we are a lot closer than we think to achieving artificial intelligence and singularity due to the constant and ever changing advancements of computing, speech recognition, optical recognition, and real-time translation of languages on mobile devices. I do kinda think and feel that true AI and singularity can never be truly achieved based on the fact that a live human has to do all the programming within the computer in order for them to really have AI. If you really think about

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  • Artificial Intelligence ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN BUSINESS Introduction Business applications utilize the specific technologies mentioned earlier to try and make better sense of potentially enormous variability (for example, unknown patterns/relationships in sales data, customer buying habits, and so on). However, within the corporate world, AI is widely used for complex problem-solving and decision-support techniques in real-time business

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  • Artificial Intelligence

    Artifical Intellegence Charles Perry INF103 Computer Literacy June 18th, 2012 Christopher Powell Artificial Intelligence AI is defined as the ability of a computer or machine to think for itself, and mimicking the thought processes a human might have only smarter. The idea that a computer has the ability to react more intelligently than a human being has fascinated us for several centuries. There are thoughts of robotic red blood cells to create a scientifically generated

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