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  2. 2. Artificial intelligence A machines that have the ability to think. It is the intelligence of machines. It is typically used to solve complex problems that are impossible to tackle with traditional code.
  3. 3. AI provides tools for developing a more accurate and detailed picture of how the human mind works.
  4. 4. What are Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs)?
  5. 5. TYPES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE STRONG ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE A research and development into AI with similar abilities to humans such as consciousness, intentionality, self-awareness, creativity, emotional intelligence, problem solving and reasoning.
  6. 6. TYPES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WEAK ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (Narrow AI) is any practical application of AI such as software that can learn from large sets of learning data.
  7. 7. Overview: Strong Artificial Intelligence Type Artificial Intelligence Strong AI Definition Research and development of human-like intelligence in machines. Weak AI Definition Practical applications of artificial intelligence that solve problems with software that can learn from large sets of real world data.
  8. 8. ADVANTAGES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Artificial intelligence is complex in nature. It uses very complicated mixture of computer science, mathematics, and other complex sciences.
  9. 9. 1. Error Reduction Artificial intelligence helps us in reducing the error and the chance of reaching accuracy with a greater degree of precision is a possibility.
  10. 10. 2. Difficult Exploration Artificial intelligence and the science of robotics can be put to use in mining and other fuel exploration processes. Not only that, these complex machines can be used for exploring the ocean floor and hence overcoming the human limitations.
  11. 11. 3. Daily Application Computed methods for automated reasoning, learning and perception have become a common phenomenon in our everyday lives. We have our lady Siri or Cortana to help us out.  GPS  Smartphone  predict what we are going to type and correct the human errors in spelling.
  12. 12. 4. Digital Assistants Highly advanced organizations use ‘avatars’ which are replicas or digital assistants who can actually interact with the users, thus saving the need of human resources.
  13. 13. 5. Repetitive Jobs: Repetitive jobs which are monotonous in nature can be carried out with the help of machine intelligence. Machines think faster than humans and can be put to multi-tasking. Machine intelligence can be employed to carry out dangerous tasks.
  14. 14. 6. Medical Applications: Doctors assess the patients and their health risks with the help of artificial machine intelligence. It educates them about the side effects of various medicines. Medical professionals are often trained with the artificial surgery simulators. It finds a huge application in detecting and monitoring neurological disorders as it can simulate the brain functions.
  15. 15. Medical Services
  16. 16. 7. No Breaks: Machines, unlike humans, do not require frequent breaks and refreshments. They are programmed for long hours and can continuously perform without getting bored or distracted or even tired.
  17. 17. 1. High Cost Creation of artificial intelligence requires huge costs as they are very complex machines. Their repair and maintenance require huge costs. DISADVANTAGES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  18. 18. 2. No Replicating Humans: Intelligence is believed to be a gift of nature. An ethical argument continues, whether human intelligence is to be replicated or not. Machines do not have any emotions and moral values. They perform what is programmed and cannot make the judgment of right or wrong.
  19. 19. 3. No Improvement with Experience Unlike humans, artificial intelligence cannot be improved with experience. With time, it can lead to wear and tear. It stores a lot of data but the way it can be accessed and used is very different from human intelligence.
  20. 20. 4. No Original Creativity: While they can help you design and create, they are no match for the power of thinking that the human brain has or even the originality of a creative mind
  21. 21. 5. Unemployment Replacement of humans with machines can lead to large scale unemployment. People with nothing to do can lead to the destructive use of their creative minds. Also, there is a constant fear of machines taking over or superseding the humans.
  23. 23. Transportation
  24. 24. Military The K-MAX may be used for firefighting self-driving cars. A semi-autonomous army trucks driving using LIDAR (Light Identification Detection and Ranging). These 4 trucks were moving as 1 organism due to its vehicle-to-vehicle communication. This machine combines functions of a drone, helicopter, and trained snipers ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MISSILE TECHNOLOGY
  25. 25. Art a computer program painting big colorful pictures. Facebook also uses neural networks for generating pictures. Here is the example of its work. One algorithm creates pictures with a vector. The second algorithm processes the images and checks the realism of these objects. It also rejects shots that look fake.
  26. 26. PERSONALIZING CUSTOMER SERVICES Business Business must like using cognitive customer assistants, for example, Cognicor. Cognicor provides users with automated complaint resolution service.
  27. 27. Education
  28. 28. Hotel In Belgium, Mario. The red-and-white robot at Marriot Hotel in Ghent , speaks 19 languages and is in charge with checking the rooms or welcoming visitors. Henn-na Hotel in Japan. Yumeko, a humanoid robot with long, dark hair, Can greet and check-in guests. The same hotel has robots as cleaners and integrated AI systems that allow visitors to open doors by using a facial recognition software or control the lights through verbal cues.
  29. 29. “Everything that has been created in this world and in our individual societies is the continuous result of intelligence. “ Thanks!!!
  30. 30. References  https://www.tutorialspoint.com/artificial_intelligence/artificial_intelligence_neural_networks.htm  https://content.wisestep.com/advantages-disadvantages-artificial-intelligence/  posted by John Spacey, October 27, 2016  https://content.wisestep.com/advantages-disadvantages-artificial-intelligence/  TWO objectives – to develop and advance the science of artificial intelligence and to promote and educate about the responsible usage of artificial intelligence.  There are two kinds of AI, and the difference is important  Most of today’s AI is designed to solve specific problems  By Kate Baggaley February 23, 2017   https://www.myprivatetutor.ae/blog/role-of-artificial-intelligence-in-education   http://www.cendyn.com/blog/december-2016/artificial-intelligence-hotel-marketing/

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  • In some cases, artificial intelligence research and development programs aim to replicate aspects of human intelligence or alternate types of intelligence that may exceed human abilities in certain respects. The very idea is to create an artificial intelligence is to make the lives of humans easier.
  • Flourish to grow well, very successful,
    Deep learning have been introduced with one objective of moving machine learning closer to one of its original goals
  • ANNs are composed of multiple nodes, which imitate biological neurons of human brain. The neurons are connected by links and they interact with each other. The nodes can take input data and perform simple operations on the data. The result of these operations is passed to other neurons. The output at each node is called its activation or node value.
  • Complex programming helps these machines replicate the cognitive abilities of human beings.
  • Due to the programming of the robots, they can perform more laborious and hard work with greater responsibility.
  • We are also hitting the road for long drives and trips with the help of GPS. Smartphone in an apt and every day is an example of the how we use artificial intelligence. In utilities, we find that they can predict what we are going to type and correct the human errors in spelling. That is machine intelligence at work. When we take a picture, the artificial intelligence algorithm identifies and detects the person’s face and tags the individuals when we are posting our photographs on the social media sites. Artificial Intelligence is widely employed by financial institutions and banking institutions to organize and manage data. Detection of fraud uses artificial intelligence in a smart card based system.
  • The complete absence of the emotional side, makes the robots think logically and take the right program decisions
    . Emotions are associated with moods that can cloud judgment and affect human efficiency. This is completely ruled out for machine intelligence.
  • Their speed and time are calculation based parameters only.
  • A popular application of artificial intelligence is radiosurgery. Radiosurgery is used in operating tumors and this can actually help in the operation without damaging the surrounding tissues.
  • . Human beings are highly sensitive and emotional intellectuals. The inherent intuitive abilities of the human brain cannot be replicated.
  • AI are poised to accelerate this progress, presenting opportunities for a more personalized approach to learning that meets the needs and goals of every student. It also allows for the scaling of effective coaching practices, and resources that provide the support and guidance students need to persist and thrive.