What is Artificial Intelligence?

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“Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and reacts like humans One of the most popular AI Applications is the Google search engine. If you open up your chrome browser and start typing something, Google immediately provides recommendations for you to choose from. The logic behind the search engine is Artificial Intelligence. (screen recording) AI uses predictive analytics, NLP (Natural Language Processing) and Machine Learning to recommend relevant searches to you. These recommendations are based on data that Google collects about you, such as your search history, location, age, etc. Thus, Google makes use of AI, to predict what you might be looking for. What are the different types of AI? • Limited Memory AI: Used in self-driving cars. They detect the movement of vehicles around them constantly and add it to their memory. • Theory of Mind AI: Advanced AI that has the ability to understand emotions, people and other things in the real world. • Self Aware AI: AIs that posses human-like consciousness and reactions. Such machines have the ability to form self-driven actions. • Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI): General purpose AI, used in building virtual assistants like Siri. • Artificial General Intelligence (AGI): Also known as strong AI. An example is the Pillo robot that answers questions related to health. • Artificial Superhuman Intelligence (ASI): AI that possesses the ability to do everything that a human can do and more. An example is the Alpha 2 which is the first humanoid ASI robot. There are different domains of Artificial Intelligence – to know about them watch our video on AI domains.
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