Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) : 

Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) By: “The Feeders” Estabillo, Jan Mikael C. Fajardo, Kenneth Jude L. Mondejar, Darlon Jay C. Monsalud, Benjie R. Rivera, Robert Erwin O. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

What is A.I.? : 

What is A.I.? The science of the construction of intelligent systems and their analysis. It is the representation of human abilities from a different medium. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. The concept of A.I. is dated back during the ancient times such as golems. In 270 BC, ancient Greek engineer Ctesibus made organs and water clocks with movable figures, effectively producing the world’s first robots. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. In 1637, Rene Descartes predicted that it would never be possible to make a machine that thinks as humans do. Charles Babbage (1792-1871), the father of computer, devised the analytical computer but was unable to complete it because he couldn’t raise finance for it. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. Alan Mathison Turing (1912-1954), the father of Artificial Intelligence, devised a specialized test (Turing Test) to prove A.I. using a teletype. In modern computers, individual terminals of a network is named as ttyxx (xx represented as a number) which came from TeleTYpe or TTY. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. The birth of A.I. (1943-1956) brought about by a number of scientists from different fields (mathematics, psychology, engineering, economics, and political science) conferred at the Dartmouth College, New Hampshire in 1956 about the possibility of creating an artificial brain. Founded thereafter as an academic discipline and spearheaded the golden years of technology (1956-1974). Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. The conference led to the establishment of A.I. laboratories at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) by Marvin Minsky and John McCarthy, and Stanford University by Edward Feigenbaum and Joshua Lederberg. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. Herbert Simon and Allen Newell of the Rand Corporation ran tests that showed the ones and zeros in computer language could be used not only to represent numbers but also symbols. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. Between 1958 and 1960, psychologist Frank Rosenblatt of Cornell University modelled the perception computer after the human brain that is made to recognize the alphabet. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. Many astonishing inventions were presented during the “golden years,” one of the influential was this: A.I.s that used “reasoning as search” to achieve a specific goal (like winning a game or proving a theorem) proceeds step by step as if searching through a maze, and backtracking whenever reaching dead ends. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. However, “searching” system poses a problem in the capacity of early computers such as combinatorial explosion. This problem is exponential as it grows rapidly as a result of possible path considerations. So, researchers would reduce path considerations by eliminating those that were unlikely lead to a solution using heuristics. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. The first A.I. winter (1974-1980) where A.I. was subjected to critiques and financial setbacks. The problems of A.I. during this period are as follows: Limited Computing Power Combinatiorial Explosion Common Sense Knowledge and Reasoning Moravec’s Paradox Problem Solving Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. During the “Boom” period (1980-1987), an A.I. program called “expert systems” was adopted by corporations worldwide and knowledge was the main focus of the research. Expert system is a program that answers questions or solves problem about a specific domain of knowledge. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. The second A.I. winter (1987-1993) completed the pattern of the business community’s fascination of A.I similar to an economic bubble. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. At 1993-present, the field of A.I. began to be used successfully throughout the technology industry. Moore’s Law predicted that speed and memory capacity of computers doubles every two years. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Brief History of A.I. : 

Brief History of A.I. Some milestones of A.I. are as follows: On May 11, 1997, Deep Blue became the first computer chess-playing system to beat a reigning world chess champion, Gary Kasparov. In 2005, a Stanford robot won the DARPA Grand Challenge by driving autonomously for 131 miles along an unrehearsed desert trail. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Facts about A.I. : 

Facts about A.I. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence

Facts about A.I. : 

Facts about A.I. Information taken from http://didyouknow.org/ai/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ History_of_artificial_intelligence