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What is Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies have a burgeoning market. Aside from the hoopla and increased media attention, there has been a huge surge in investment and adoption by businesses, thanks to multiple startups and internet behemoths vying to acquire them.

Machine intelligence is a type of artificial intelligence. An ideal “intelligent” machine in computer science is a flexible rational agent that senses its environment and takes actions that maximise its chances of achieving a goal.

When a machine duplicates “cognitive” functions that humans identify with other human minds, such as “learning” and “problem-solving,” the phrase “artificial intelligence” is used. As machines become more capable, mental capabilities that were once thought to require intelligence are no longer required.

Optical character recognition, for example, is no longer seen as an evidence of “artificial intelligence,” but rather as a standard technology. Optical character recognition, for example, is no longer seen as an evidence of “artificial intelligence,” but rather as a standard technology.

Successfully understanding human speech, competing at a high level in strategic gaming systems (such as Chess and Go), self-driving automobiles, and processing complex data are all examples of AI capabilities. Some people believe that if AI continues to advance at its current rate, it will be a threat to humans.

AI research is split into subfields that focus on specific challenges, specific methodologies, the use of a certain tool, or meeting specific applications. Reasoning, knowledge, planning, learning, natural language processing (communication), perception, and the ability to move and manipulate objects are all fundamental concerns (or goals) in AI research.

One of the field’s long-term objectives is general intelligence. Statistical methods, computational intelligence, soft computing (such as machine learning), and conventional symbolic Artificial Intelligence are examples of approaches (AI). AI employs a variety of tools, including variations of search and mathematical optimization, logic, probability-based methodologies, and economics.

Computer science, mathematics, psychology, linguistics, philosophy, neuroscience, and artificial psychology are all used in AI.

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