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Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence is intelligence exhibited by machines, rather than humans.

Created Date 09.15.17
Last Updated 09.15.17
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  • The field of AI research began in
  • Futurist Ray Kurzweil believes artificial Intelligence will meet human intelligence in what year?
  • A system of programs and data structures that approximates the operation of the human brain.
  • The tendency for people to think of inanimate objects as having human-like characteristics.
  • A type of computer program that simulates the judgement and behavior of a human or organization that possesses expert knowledge and experience in a particular field.
  • A program that allows a computer to simulate conversation with a human being. "Eliza" and "Parry" are early examples of programs that can at least temporarily fool a real human being into thinking they are talking to another person.
  • A program that allows the computer to recognize human movement such as waving, finger pointing, or change in eye direction and identify the motions as specific means of interaction.
  • The potential ability of the human brain to accept an implanted mechanical device, such as a computer, as a natural part of its representation of the body.
  • The ability of a computer to see using one or more video cameras, high-resolution cameras and an artificial intelligence (AI) program to interpret data.
  • A program that gathers information or performs a service on a regular schedule without a human being's presence.
  • In 2014, researchers developed an algorithm that could distinguish genuine human facial reactions from acting with an accuracy rate of 85 percent. Humans had an accuracy rate of about 55 percent.
  • A branch of nanotechnology in which objects, devices, and systems form new structures on their own without external prodding.
  • In 2009 during an AI experiment meant to mimic biological evolution, robots evolved the ability to deceive other robots.
  • Simulation hypothesis
  • Sensors can be installed in most items enabling buildings, transport systems, machinery, homes and even our clothes to be connected through the cloud, turning them into devices that can send data and also receive instructions.
  • The hypothesis that the invention of artificial super intelligence will abruptly trigger runaway technological growth, resulting in unfathomable changes to human civilization
  • Recently, a team from the University of Houston created a new type of “skin” that allows robotic limbs to feel hot and cold
  • In 2017 a team of researchers at Wits University in Johannesburg connected a human brain to __________.