Robots and artificial intelligence student booklet answers
Your questions answered on artificial intelligenceA scientist said robots will be more intelligent than humans by The scientist's name is Ray Kurzweil. He works for Google as Director of Engineering. He is one of the world's leading experts on artificial intelligence A. Mr Kurzweil believes computers will be able to learn from experiences, just like humans. He also thinks they will be able to tell jokes and stories, and even flirt. Kurzweil's prediction is a lot sooner than many people thought.
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Strong AI also full AI or generalised AI is what we see in sci-fi depictions: sentient robots able to perform any task much the way that humans can. Rather than a programmer thinking of every single possible scenario, the program teaches itself and then draws conclusions. Neural networks are a special form of machine learning that are inspired by the design of the neurons in the human brain. Similar in processing to real neurons, they can form connections and use those connections to detect patterns. This is widely used for image detection and natural language processing.
Q1. How plausible is human-like artificial intelligence?
David Dowe receives funding from the Australian Research Council www. He is affiliated with Monash University. Please note that David Dowe's contributions to this panel piece have subsequently been substantially edited. Jai Galliott receives funding from the Department of Defence and previously served as an officer of the Royal Australian Navy. He has received funding from the Australian Research Council to do research on Artificial Intelligence. Robert Sparrow receives funding from the Australian Research Council.