AI Theory
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...AI; "is the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs. It is related to the similar task of using computers to understand human intelligence, but AI does not have to confine itself to methods that are biologically observable." McCarthy (2007)1. It is widely believed that the term AI was first coined by John McCarthy at the Dartmouth Conference in 1955 in the famous paper entitled A Proposal for the Dartmouth Summer Research Project on Artificial Intelligence by John McCarthy, M. L. Minsky, N. Rochester, and C.E. Shannon, August 31, 1955: "We propose that a 2 month, 10... Artificial Intelligence; History and General Theory Artificial intelligence or...
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...Computer science and IT Computer science and IT The Turing test is not directly testing for computer intelligence; it is only testing whether computers can behave like human beings (Kirkland, 2010). It is clear that human behavior and intelligent behaviors are not the same. Thus, the test can fail to measure intelligence in the computer due to two reasons. One of them is that some of the behaviors exhibited by human beings is unintelligent. This Turing test requires that machine execute every human behavior irrespective of whether they are intelligent or not. It even tests for some unintelligent behaviors including temptation to deceive the interrogator that the computer was a human being... science and ...
Movie "Wo Ai Ni Mommy"
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...Ai Ni Mommy Early Asian American filmmakers made films for a number of reasons. Describe one of those reasons and show how the film you select reflects that reason. Asian American film-making has a distinct flavour compared with mainstream films. One of its characteristics is its endeavour to highlight Asian sensibilities and sentiments to the unacquainted American audience. Bringing exposure to the differences and commonalities between Asian and mainstream American culture is another objective. Films such as Shopping for Fangs (1997), Rea Tajiri's Strawberry Fields (1997) and Sunsets (1997) by Eric Nakamura and Michael Idemoto are composed of a “sassy melange of cinematic styles”. (Soe... ?Movie: Wo Ai...
Research Paper on Artist Ai WeiWei.
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...AI WEIWEI     “Ai WeiWei, the Exhauster of Freedom, not the Freedom Fighter ”, “ Ai WeiWei, slave of the west” and “Ai WeiWei, a sufferer of Exhibitionism” are just a few barbaric titles of the many articles published on a website that covers extensive criticism on the Chinese artist Ai WeiWei. The website‘s name “Xi Nu Jie Mi” translates into English as The revelation of the secrets of the Slaves of the West. It does not take too long for one to realize the purposes of the authors to such site, nor is it the only site that criticizes the artist greatly. The website, took on the form of Wikipedia introduces individual under different categories. Ai WeiWei’s page... ? ART HISTORY RESEARCH PAPER ON ARTIST...
Genly Ai is a Sexually Biased Character
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...Ai is a Sexually Biased Character Science Fiction is a genre which very often and extremely innovatively manages to touch the intricate subject of gender-biases and stereotypical gender-identities. It can be said that by creating characters that defy the natural norms of gender identification and disregard gender binaries totally and willfully, the author especially female writers attempt to highlight the unjust nature of gender anomalies currently plaguing the world. The acclaimed sci-fi novel “The Left Hand of Darkness” authored by famous novelist Ursula K. Le Guin is one such attempt that unveils the hidden atrocities and hypocrisies of male gender. This novel was published in 1969... in...
The surface below Ai's handcuff
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...Ai Weiwei’s handcuff “Presenting Ai Weiwei’s artworks to the public without him has been sad beyond said Larry Warsh, the founder of AW Asia.” 1 Ai Weiwei is one of the most well known and controversial Chinese contemporary artists. Unfortunately, he has to live under state surveillance at his home as a result of his political militancy against the Chinese government. His beautifully made “Jade Handcuffs” is currently on display at the corner of the third floor in Pérez Art Museum Miami, quietly lying in a glass box. Same as other Chinese artworks, this piece of art particularly brings me a sense of intimacy and discomfort at the same time. The “Jade Handcuffs” represents superb... The surface below Ai...
AI and its Future-Altering Impacts
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...AI and its Future-Altering Impacts al Affiliation AI and its Future-Altering Impacts In the opening paragraph, the mentions bringing a person back from the year, 1750. His motive of comparison for linking this example to the rest of the article is to help the reader understand that change happens fast and in some cases, human beings do not understand the change process even when it is beneficial to them. The author links this to artificial intelligence because it is an issue that is difficult to understand for most people but is equally important for them. The rate of advancement in terms of the differences that can be noted by human beings from one era...
The Role of AI Personality in the Game Diplomacy
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...AI Personality in the Game Diplomacy Diplomacy is a board game created by Avalon Hill. Seven players play as leaders of the European countries: Austria, France, Russia, England, Germany, Italy and Turkey. It is impossible for a player to win the game on strict military power. Regardless of the country, every military unit is equal in strength. Balancing war and political alliances, the players try to become the first person to control 18 supply centers. The first to do this wins the game and controls the entire European continent. (Calhamer, 3-4) Heralded as one of the best strategy games, several companies have attempted to create computer versions... of Diplomacy. The latest version,...
What is Hebbian Learning? How was it Used by AI Researchers?
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...AI researchers? Hebbian learning is an ancient algorithm learning system which is largely basedon the biological system dynamics. In Hebbian learning, the relationship between the nodes is represented by adjusted the weight between them. Here the uncorrelated nodes have a weight of zero. According to (Kempter 4498-513)‘‘Hebbian’’ learning is thought to be an important mechanism for the tuning of neuronal connections during development and thereafter”. The synaptic plasticity is the basic mechanism of Hebbian learning where in the persistent and repeated stimulation of the postsynaptic cell give rise to increase in synaptic efficacy. This learning... ?Topic:  What is Hebbian learning? How was it used by...
What is Hebbian learning? How was it used by AI researchers?
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...AI researchers? Hebbian learning is an ancient algorithm learning system which is largely basedon the biological system dynamics. In Hebbian learning, the relationship between the nodes is represented by adjusted the weight between them. Here the uncorrelated nodes have a weight of zero. According to (Kempter 4498-513)‘‘Hebbian’’ learning is thought to be an important mechanism for the tuning of neuronal connections during development and thereafter”. The synaptic plasticity is the basic mechanism of Hebbian learning where in the persistent and repeated stimulation of the postsynaptic cell give rise to increase in synaptic efficacy. This learning... Topic:  What is Hebbian learning? How was it used by...
Robots, cyborgs & AI
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...Robots, Cyborgs & Al Affiliation Robots and cyborgs Introduction The word cyborg was derived from the cybernetic organism concept, which is a machine and human being combination. Robot are described as machines that might or might not resemble humans, they are mainly used in assembly industries as software programs. They are used to automate work, which would take a lot of energy and time when done using hands. Examples of robots that do not resemble human beings are the Google, while those resembling humans are the ASIMO. An android can be described as a robot or a synthetic organism that is designed to act and look likes a normal human being. The term android is used only on robots... Cyborgs & Al...
AI Week 11 Criminal DB 153
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...Running Head: Application of Criminal Background Checks when Hiring. Department The in this article tackles an issue that is increasingly becoming controversial in the United States; whether past criminal record should be used to turn down a job applicant. Employers are required to be very fair in their decisions when it comes to hiring and observe all the legal expectations diligently. They have to balance between their business requirements, applicants’ suitability and at the same time meet legal requirements such as giving equal opportunities and being fair to all applicants. One important aspect of recruitment is to ensure candidates hired can complete the tasks expected of them... Head: Application ...
Describe some of the current development in AI(Artificial Intelligence) research. What are some of the main challenges? could machine ever develop human-like rationality and/or consciousness?
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...AI focuses on establishing the effects of Artificial Intelligent on various social aspects such as war, economy and crime. Challenges of Artificial Intelligence Research Research in the field of Artificial Intelligence faces various challenges. First, most of the religious leaders in the society oppose the idea of replacing human labour with machines in different aspects of the production process in an economy. The replacement of the humans by machinery interferes with the labour... Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial Intelligent refers to computer systems that are designed to perform various tasks in the society. The computer systems have various devices that enhance their performance based ...
Early Asian American filmmakers made films for a number of reasons. Describe one of those reasons and show how the film you select reflects that reason. Movie: Wo Ai Ni Mommy
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...Ai Ni Mommy Early Asian American filmmakers made films for a number of reasons. Describe one of those reasons and show how the film you select reflects that reason. Asian American film-making has a distinct flavour compared with mainstream films. One of its characteristics is its endeavour to highlight Asian sensibilities and sentiments to the unacquainted American audience. Bringing exposure to the differences and commonalities between Asian and mainstream American culture is another objective. Films such as Shopping for Fangs (1997), Rea Tajiris Strawberry Fields (1997) and Sunsets (1997) by Eric Nakamura and Michael Idemoto are composed of a “sassy melange of cinematic styles”. (Soe... Movie: Wo...
AI Week 13 Eye moving DB 153
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...Shifting Healthcare Expenses to the Public al Affiliation) Employers strive to shift the burden of their employees’ health care costs to the public sector. This is due to an increase in expenditure in healthcare. High-risk workers put burden on their employers, as they require huge benefits from the health care plans. The employees should seek for alternative ways in the management of their health problems. If an individual falls ill due to the nature of their work, then the employer should assume liability for the healthcare costs. The individuals should develop an attitude of independence and buy their private insurance. Various governments have limited fiscal budgets and pressure... Healthcare...
Artificial intelligence ( AI ) and the Turing test
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...Turing test refers to the proposal made by Alan Turing in response to the question whether machines have the capability to think. The tests suggests that instead of focusing on the question whether machines can think, we can instead seek to find out if a digital computer can actually imitate a human being. This was referred by Turing as “The imitation Game”. Turing himself thought that very soon we shall have computers who would pass this Imitation Game. Turing described the test as follows. There are three components to it: a person, a machine and an interrogator. The interrogator is in a separate room from the machine and the computer. The interrogator is allowed to communicate with both... test...
AI Week 14 YUM DB 153
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...Stock Performance Verses Executive Pay al Affiliation Stock Performance Verses Executive Pay There exist factors that affect performance of the company. In order to counter negative external effects a firm may revolve to adjusting its policies in order to stabilize its operation. The article indicates a correlation between executive pay and overall company performance. The company stocks determine what the firm may pay its top most executive. Bonuses are offered to executives in an event the company performance is above its competitors. A reduced pay may indicate external effects on company’s return on stocks. The article brings on the notion that the most paid CEOs are those whose firms... Performance ...
UK LAND LAW (question is in the instructions box)
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...Ai-Ai was in conformity or in breach of Lakshmis covenants in the initial... Introduction A lease is generated for a period of time and can be determined (ended) by one of the parties by giving notice1. A fixed term lease is a lease that is meant to be held for a fixed and determinate period of time. This paper will examine important pointers of law and provide recommendations on how these pointers of law will affect Lakshmi. It therefore provides advise to Lakshmi on how to deal with matters and provide solutions to the problems and issues at hand. Issues The issue relates to the kind of lease and whether it is valid or not. The fundamental question relates to whether the lease transferred by Troy to Ai...
How can Artificial Intelligence enhance life in the 21st century. Are there any drawbacks If so, what are they, and how can they be overcome
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...AI 2 b. The main problems with AI ... 3 c. Areas of AI application .. 4 d.Two branches of AI development .. 4 e. Phases passed by AI 4 f. Human-level AI .. 5 g. AI offers endless opportunities 6 3. Conclusion .. 7 4. References .. 8 Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to enhance life in the 21st century. Moreover, AI developments are aimed at making the human life easier and more convenient. The term Artificial Intelligence was introduced by John McCarthy in 1956. Today, AI is widely applied in genetic programming, image recognition, expert systems, scalability, logistic planning, vision systems, and evaluators... Table of Contents Introduction .. 2 2. Body a. Weak arguments against AI 2 ...
What Can Computing Do 'Beyond the Office'?
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...AI) has emerged as a future of computing in the field of information technology. Basically, the AI is a science that is aimed at developing artificial intelligence into machines and as a result automating their actions. In other words, a significant goal of this paradigm is to develop human like intelligence in machine to reinstate and help out humans in daily tasks. Hence, AI is considered as an important field of science that is concerned with making machines that find out solutions to complex issues and problems in a human-like fashion. This usually involves making use... of the characteristics of human intelligence, and putting into practice them like algorithms within a computer friendly...
Health disparities
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...AI/ANs), in the Northwest and in the entire US experience some of the greatest disease rates and demonstrate the poorest health among ethnic groups in the US. In the US census conducted in 2000, approximately 4.1 million Americans termed themselves as either fully or partly AI/ANs (Kunitz 161). This figure essentially represents at least 1.5% of the US population while, in the Northwestern states, AI/ANs constitute approximately 3.7% of the entire population. Throughout the initial half of the 20th century, AI/ANs had a shorter life expectancy than the general population and constantly suffered from increased prevalence of disease... Health Disparities American Indians, as well as Alaska Native...
Health disparities
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...AI/ANs), in the Northwest and in the entire US experience some of the greatest disease rates and demonstrate the poorest health among ethnic groups in the US. In the US census conducted in 2000, approximately 4.1 million Americans termed themselves as either fully or partly AI/ANs (Kunitz 161). This figure essentially represents at least 1.5% of the US population while, in the Northwestern states, AI/ANs constitute approximately 3.7% of the entire population. Throughout the initial half of the 20th century, AI/ANs had a shorter life expectancy than the general population and constantly suffered from increased prevalence of disease... Health Disparities American Indians, as well as Alaska Native...
Media Review
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...Ai Media Social Policy Apparently, social media policy is de d as a of conduct that givesout the necessary guide lines particularly on employees or employers who use the social media as a medium of communication in terms of work and or on private matter (Flynn 3). As such, Ai Media Social policy represents an official guide for both people and organization that have involved themselves with Ai –Media social media account. Through it synonym, Ai-Media has varying social media platform such as Face Book, Twitter and YouTube. Initially, Ai Media social policy begun in 2011 through the...
A Contemporary Artist From The Art 21 PBS Web Site
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...Ai Weiwei, 2012). Introduction The first season of Art21 was premiered in 2001 its seasons being produced in every two years and has been able to spread in more than fifty countries. In this context we will cover season six which is the current one in 2012 in which Ai Weiwei was interviewed. He is known to be an outspoken activist of human rights and in this episode he was featured in the theme of change. His art included photographs, sculptures and also public artworks... Contemporary Artist from the Art 21 PBS Website Affiliation) Art 21 refers to art in the twenty first century which mainly features visual artists and art in the contemporary art. It is a non-profitable organization which is an...
Artificial Intelligence
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...AI, is the study of intelligent behaviour and the attempt to replicate such behaviour in an engineered artefact (Whitby, 2009). This study seeks... Artificial intelligence has left the perception of fringe research to become part of everyday life with unlimited interactions between humans and machines illustrated in daily activities. Research into artificial intelligence has provided solutions to significant challenges facing various industries such as communication, transport, manufacturing, and the healthcare. This paper seeks to illustrate modern trends of artificial intelligence with regard to its application in day-to-day activities. Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence abbreviated AI,...
Turing test
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...AI and GPS Provide an account of Turing Test and its strengths and weakness. ACCOUNT OF THE TURING TEST AND ITS STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES Dictionary.com states the Turing Test as: “A procedure to test whether a computer is capable of humanlike thought.” This refers to the fact that this is a procedure to assess how much reasoning can be performed by a computer and how intelligibly can it perform in order to logically evaluate situations and circumstances. Alan Turing, the creator of the Test conducted an Imitation Game. According to the game a person sits remotely from a room in which a person and a computer are placed... ? of the of the of the Turing Test, Chinese Room Argument, Searle’s Account of AI...
Organizational Analysis (Amnesty International)
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...AI) focuses on equality assurance. The research delves on functions of AI and Canada’s AI functions. Canada’s AI reduces societal abuses. Social justice goals and the presence or absence of activities designed to work toward social justice. Amnesty International’s International Secretariat monitors and controls the global daily operations (Clark, 2010). Generally it provides leadership for more than 78 global AI locations. With an estimated 3,150,000 worldwide members, the agency touches lives of over 149 nations. AI continues to be successful in achieving its aim to reduce human rights... Amnesty International March 27, Amnesty International Introduction Canada’s Amnesty International (AI)...
The nature of computing
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...AI) has emerged as a future ofcomputing in the field of information technology. Basically, the AI is a science that is aimed at developing artificial intelligence into machines and as a result automating their actions. In other words, a significant goal of this paradigm is to develop human like intelligence in machine to reinstate and help out humans in daily tasks. Hence, AI is considered as an important field of science that is concerned with making machines that find out solutions to complex issues and problems in a human-like fashion. This usually involves making use... of the characteristics of human intelligence, and putting into practice them like algorithms within a computer friendly...
Condition monitoring - fault detection and diagnosis
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...AI) Applications in Condition Monitoring AI techniques have been applied to a number of different industrial systems including condition monitoring. It must be recognised that the application of conventional techniques such as time domain, frequency domain and envelope analysis do not always yield satisfactory fault detection. In order to drive... ?The Exploitation of Information Technologies for Machinery Condition Monitoring Introduction to Condition Monitoring Condition monitoring is carriedout in various industries to ensure the reliability and state of machine health. Principally condition monitoring allows maintenance personnel to monitor machine health by measuring certain key variables that are...
Artifical Intelligence
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...AI One of the hardest topics of debate in Artificial Intelligence is what sort of subject it is. Some researchers reckon that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science, whose goal is to work alongside psychology and neurobiology to explain the workings of mind and brain. Others believe AI to be part of engineering, whose raison d''tre is to make tools. [1] Emerging as it does from many fields - philosophy, mathematics, psychology and even neurology - AI raises basic questions about human intelligence, memory, the mind/body problem, the origins of language, symbolic reasoning, information processing, and so... Artificial Intelligence A recap from its nascent stages to what future holds for it History of...
The Chinese Room Argument
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...AI is an abbreviation of ‘artificial intelligence’. It is a theoretical machine that has the ability to skillfullydisplay human behavior and able to successfully perform any intellectual task done by human beings. This artificial intelligence (AI) is grouped into two depending on their ability, aims and objectives to be achieved; that is the strong and weak AI. That which has an equivalent ability or superior than the human intelligence in relation to solving problems is referred to as strong AI. While on the other hand the weak is also able act intellectually but within a limited or narrow focus, or that which is made for specific task. Strong AI is intended to try and be like human... as it...
The Mote in Gods Eye and The Left Hand of Darkness
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...Ai, and Estraven, are found to live as aliens in the planet called Gethen. Genly Ai, is portrayed as an envoy from earth, travels Gethen to find out their reply to join with the coordination of planets, what ever he narrates from his point of observation made in the unknown planet. The result structures the story... on what are the studies he had made about the culture, gender roles and the customs of the population in the planet. As a result him mind travels through lot of ambiguities as to either he could accept the Gethens as aliens or human beings. Particularly the concept of shifgrethor, which means all are individuals and every one sustains their pride, prestige and relationship with...
Are connectionist models and symbolic models competing or complementary appraoaches to artificial intelligence?
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...AI Are connectionist models and symbolic models competing or complementary approaches to artificial intelligence? Artificial Intelligence is a field where one of the objectives is to make machines and computers more intelligent by allowing them to reason, understand, and interact with the immediate environment much in the same way as humans. In recent years, there have been many advanced in the field to the extent that robots which can have basic interactions with humans have been developed. However, a lot still remains to be done since the real goal is yet far from the reality we have around us. To achieve that goal of artificially intelligent machines, several models for AI have been... Approaches to...
Artificial Intelligence
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...AI) is the scientific attempt to build computational models of cognitive processes. It aims to study the computations that make it possible to reason, perceive and act. It differs from psychology because of greater emphasis on computation. In Artificial Intelligence, the aim is to make electronic computer systems to perform tasks that would usually be considered intelligent if done by a human. It is mainly concerned with the analogy between particular computer programs and how they emulate the human mind (Russell & Norving 65). The scientific goal of Artificial intelligence is to solve real world problems faced by humans using knowledge... Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial Intelligence...
Video Games and Artificial Intelligence
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...AI) and the gaming arena together, have been a sought after area of research since the discovery of AI. Even though, the main objective of the domain of AI which is of creating an interactive human like robot is far from the reality but the field has definitely revolutionized the world of video games, making them more life like and innovative ( Calero & Martin vii). Furthermore, the authors state that the video games provide an interactive real world environment... to the player by depicting complex behavior, where perceptions are under total control, through the utilization of enhanced resolution of photo realization and state of the art multiprocessor architecture (vii). Before delving into...
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...Ai A Bi Ai Bi ABi B Ai B A B ¼ of the offsprings (25%) will express the disease phenotypically. ½ of the offsprings (50%) will be carriers of the trait, while the rest 25% will be normal. 4. Sex-linked traits Sex-linked traits are those traits that are transmitted through the sex chromosomes. An X-linked disorder will be manifested in all males with the trait but the females can be carrier. For a daughter to be color-blind, the father must manifest the trait phenotypically while the mother can be a carrier. This supports Ken’s case because Ken must... Biology Assignment: Genetics al Affiliation My family pedigree tree Huntington disease The pattern of inheritance for Huntington Disease in my family is...
Natural Language Processing
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...AI) is to construct a natural language processing system which can interact with users through a natural language dialogue. The problem is difficult because, as the Speech Act theory points out, there are so many ways by which a user can phrase his/her utterances to such a system. There has been much research conducted on developing theories, and designing computational models for understanding natural-language discourse. Many theories have concentrated on the themes of semantics, structure and intention and especially... and social background. These most likely are unable to be accurately perceived to mean something added by a machine as we know that although a computer might in theory...
Philosophy of mind.
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...AI) under... ?John Searle’s Case against Artificial Intelligence: ‘Only a Machine Could Think’ Introduction Searle’s (1980) reply to the query “Could a machine think?” by saying, “… only a machine could think” (p. 417, 431) could be easily misconstrued to mean that Searle’s reply is affirmative. Yet, further examination of his reply would show that he is in fact strongly saying otherwise – a stance that has triggered varied counter reactions until now. Though Searle’s replies may not be strong enough to have sufficiently pinned down the persisting claim of functionalism and computationalism that machines/computers can fully think, his argument nonetheless has continually put Artificial Intelligence (AI)...
Ancient Chamorros on the Island of Guam
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...ai chelu hu                                                                       my brother/sister I asagau-mu, i malangu-mu                                              Your wife, is your illness despensa yu sa tihu tungo...                                               forgive me, for didnt                                                   know ya si yuos hu pega i kanai-nai                                          may the lord lay his hands gi chetnot i asagua mu                                                      upon the illness of your wife Un na attok i piniti-mu                                                      Youve hidden all your...
Artifical Intelligence
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...AI) has emerged to be the future in the field of information technology. Basically, “it is a science of making intelligent machines that perform tasks and better and faster than humans can” (Harris M. C., 2010, p. 6). This paradigm of the science is proposed to develop artificial intelligence into machines and thus automating their actions. In fact, AI has already been heavily used in a wide variety of disciplines and applications such as medical, business applications and so on (Millington & Funge, 2009, p. 4). In addition... , an important mission of artificial intelligence paradigm is to create human like intelligence in machine to reinstate and assist humans in everyday tasks. The basic...
Artificial Intelligence: Film Review
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...AI) is the fusion of the two popular personalities in the movie industry-Steven Spielberg and Stanley Rubrick. Rubrick is considered as more intellectual filmmakers while Spielberg is the most commercial. These qualities of these two personalities, instead of fusing to create an outstanding film, collided making the film neither sufficiently stimulating nor... Artificial Intelligence: Film Review Starring Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law, Frances O'Connor, Brendan Gleeson and William Hurt. Directed by Steven Spielberg. A Warner Bros. Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures release. USA (2001) Science Fiction, Rated PG-13 for some sexual content and violent images. Running time: 145 min. Artificial Intelligence (AI...
Using current primary literature, discuss the aromatase-inhibiting anticancer drugs
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...AI) drugs target the aromatase enzyme in the human body. Most of the development and use of these drugs have been for cancers of the breast, as well as a selection of other cancers, found to express aromatase enzyme activity. Aromatase synthesizes estrogens. Estrogens play a key role in the development and growth of breast tumors. Hence, estrogen is a key target in breast cancer drug developments. In order to understand the rationale, structure and mechanisms of AI drugs, it is necessary to provide an overview of the structure, function, and tissue locations of the aromatase enzyme. The paper will, then, continue with a discussion of the molecular structures, binding methods... The aromatase-inhibiting...
The Use of Metaphors in the Book, The Left Hand of Darkness by Le Guin
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...Ai at the beginning. Later he discovers the darkness, which is the dirty deeds by the same government he so much admired. The government sent off transgressors to a concentration camp where even he was sent to. Ai, together with other prisoners... The Use of Metaphors in the Book, “The Left Hand of Darkness” by Le Guin The book left hand of darkness is a mind blowing extrapolative piece of work that looks into the themes of gender, politics, duality and climate by the female writer, Le Guin. It is a modern classic novel that is based on a world, planet Gethen, where humanoid inhabitants are androgynous or bisexual. These inhabitants can later mature into full male or female once in a month in their...
Measuring Artificial Intelligence
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...AI systems. Devising an Intelligence Quotient... Once talking about the possibilities of creating ‘thinking machines’, Turing properly said that this task should start by defining of what is understood as ‘machines’ and of what is ‘think’. Regarding the pursuit of modeling intelligence, two large avenues were opened by researchers in almost the same epoch: Symbolic Artificial Intelligence – SAI – and Connectionist Artificial Intelligence – CAI – based respectively on symbols and rules and in artificial neurons. It seems that the time is come to start thinking (and acting) to establish a standard of comparison, that could objectively tell how far we have gone along the road of constructing ever better AI ...
Artificial Intelligence
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...AI) is the technology of empowering machines and enhancing them to such a point that they would be able to think, act and respond in similar manner as a human being would. Scientists would perhaps say that artificial intelligence is the attempt to create artificial life by way of enhancing computer capabilities to match those of humans. Today, AI has been introduced to many aspects of life development such as: computer programming, gene programming, image recognition, vision systems, logistic programming and many more. AI aims to get as close to human functionalities as possible so... Introduction The term Artificial Intelligence was first coined in 1956 by John McCarthy. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is ...
Mental Health Nurses are the Best People to Aid Recovery of Depressed and Cardiac Patients
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...Ai, Rollman & Berger 2010). They can absorb negative effects and provide a defence against risk factors. Moreover, they may disrupt the mechanisms through which risk factors work (Ai et al. 2010, 27). Defensive factors can be classified into three groups: community; peers and family; and the individual. Beforehand, the lived experience... ?Mental Health Nurses are the Best People to Aid Recovery of Depressed and Cardiac Patients Introduction The relationship between a patient and a mental health nurse in clinical practice is the foundation of successful mental health outcome, and necessitates the creation and maintenance of open communication and trust. The role of the mental health nurse in patient...
Research on an artwork of Aiweiwei (See documents attached)
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...Ai Weiwei Art is an ity of its own kind. Various artists seem to project what they think about the society through their artistic work. In some situations, the audience are not able to interpret the correct meaning of a given art, owing to the fact that artists often look into the environment with varied lens from the common one used by the society. The artistic works of Aiweiwei tends to challenge viewers because of the wrong impression that they give the art pieces. While the common notion about artistic interpretation tends to bend towards contextual meaning, Aiweiwei art pieces tend to address unique concerns of the society. I have observed that art pieces of Ai Weiwei seem... An Artwork of Ai...
Patriotism and the novel "The Left Hand of Darkness"
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...Ai that by patriotism he does not mean love for one’s country but fear. “…when I say patriotism, I mean fear. The fear of the other. And its expressions are political, not poetical: hate, rivalry... ?[Your full July 22, Patriotism and the novel "The Left Hand of Darkness" Le Guin has not only been able to convey to the reader the true meaning of humanity and truth but has also at some points in the novel discussed what true patriotism should mean. Humanity defines how humans should be humane in all senses and truth defines the boundaries that help them remain humane- a concept that the reader grasps throughout the novel. Another theme that Le Guin has made his character, Estraven, argue about is...
Minds, Brains and Programs
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...AI) can be identified with strong and weak connotations. The weak AI is defined as a principal value of the computer in studying mind giving a very powerful tool. Additionally, with the use of weak AI, developing and testing of hypothesis can be carried out in a very precise and rigorous manner... ? Turning test refers to the question whether machines can think. Additionally, this test also refers some kinds of behavioral tests for the presence of intelligence, thought, or mind. Searle (1980) defines the basic purpose of the Turing test is to construct a clear fundamental rules for determining the status of subjects of any species. More precisely, he considers it as a game having some possibilities of...
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...AI is the computer artificial intelligence that will help in the protection of health information in the future. This can be possible through the usage of intelligent computers that allow voice commands. Furthermore, direct communication between the computer and human can be made possible through implanting software chips.... Unit 7: Issues in Telenursing Practice The nurses can ensure this by being pleasant and must refer to the with their first s so that a sense of personalization is established. Furthermore, the nurses should be alert throughout the interaction so that they can easily understand what the client is trying to communicate. Unit 6: Additional Resources The link that I provided is an overv...
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