Artificial intellegence in movie
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...Artificial Intelligence in Movies Gender identity refers to the individual’s ive experience and private sense of their own gender. In psychology, gender identity refers to a person’s private sense of being either a man or a woman, both male and female or neither. Gender identities are not only inherent in the real world among individuals but also extend to other works such as art, movies, and music. It is typical of the movies to personify the gender identities through the various genres such as the science fictions, adventure, and natural intelligence films. Various gender theories have been developed to provide explanations and highlight the important aspects of gender...
A* Search algorithm - Artificial Intellegence - Discussion
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...Artificial Intelligence A* Search algorithm - Artificial Intelligence [Institute’s A* Search algorithm - Artificial Intelligence A heuristic resembles an algorithm except that it has a difference of a key. Heuristic is a rule of thumb that can be of help in order to solve a given problem. It considers the knowledge of the problem to aid the search process. (Jones, 2008) and aims at minimizing the number of nodes. A* Search is an uninformed search method which in similarity with the best-search method uses a heuristic function. The major type of heuristic involved in A * search is the admissible heuristic. The A* search uses a heuristic function that is a distance... Running Head: A* Search algorithm -...
Artificial Intelligent Neural Networks
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...intellegence is that it was the first to scuessfully use use artificial intligence in a nornla envronemtn wehre it wodul interact with daily activities of humans. Computer vision Computer vision is another aspect of artificial intelligence that is very necessary for use in cars using artificial intelligence to replace human drivers. Computer... Artificial Intelligent Neural Networks In this paper, the history of artificial intelligence is considered. Specifically, the development of artificial intelligence in robotics has been considered. The application of these developments in the development of unmanned or driverless cars has also been made. Consideration of computer vision, Artificial Neural...
Artificial lung
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...Artificial Lung Lungs are one of the most vital organs in the body. Unlike the kidneys, nobody can function with only one lung. Its mechanics are amazing to behold, they work in great harmony with the other body organs. The lungs chief purpose is to move oxygen from the atmosphere into the blood and move carbon dioxide from the blood to the atmosphere. Once the oxygen gets into the blood, it is quickly carried to the organs and tissues that are in need of it. In the current day and age that we live, diseases have plagued the human body, and the respiratory system has not been exempted. Many people have had to battle diseases that have affected their lungs and other parts of their respiratory...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) is considered as an important field of science that is concerned with making machines that discover solutions to complicated problems in a human-like approach. This usually engages using characteristics from people intelligence, as well as implementing them like algorithms inside a computer affable manner. In this scenario, a lot of supple or efficient tactics can be adopted relying on the requirements recognized; those proficiently control how artificial the intellectual actions come out. Additionally, artificial intelligence is usually connected to computer science however it has several valuable associations with other... Teacher...
Artificial Intelligence
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...ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICAL DEVICES The use of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Devices Affiliation Introduction This paper presents a detailed overview of artificial intelligence by giving particular attention to the use of artificial intelligence in medical science/devices. This paper starts with the overview of artificial intelligence, which is a science of making intelligent computers/devices. After that this paper discusses the applications of artificial intelligence in medical industry. It shows how medical industry is getting benefits by implementing the techniques of artificial intelligence. The basic aim of this paper is to discuss the use of artificial intelligence... ?THE USE OF...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Even though most people don’t seem to take much notice, technology is slowly impacting every element of how we live our lives. Computer engineering is the field of the future, always looking forward into how our machines can become faster, stronger, more intuitive as to our needs as humans. The field of artificial intelligence is at the head of that wave, trying to find a means by which to make machines capable of true thought. Once this achievement has been reached, many things will again change. However, the greatest challenge in this field has been to identify just what makes the ‘mind’, the thinking, caring, processing...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial intelligence is a discipline in computer science that focuses on the creation of machines that have the capability of displaying human intelligence. The desire to create intelligent machines affected the nature of humans for a considerable time. This culminated into extensive research on the creation of intelligent machines. Harris (2010) indicates that the research process has resulted in the creation of smart machines and computers that enhance the creation of artificial intelligence techniques. Researchers can create systems that understand human...
Artificial Intellengence
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...Artificial Intelligence Since inception mankind has aimed at making life easy and for this purpose it has created and computers to the benefit of human beings. It can also be defined as designing of intelligent agents. This is achieved through programming of computers in form algorithms. The first invented many things to make living comfortable. Artificial Intelligence in this regard is one of the steps that have been successfully implemented. Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be defined as the science of using step in this regard can be traced back to 19th century when Victor Frankenstein attempted... Introduction to Computer Literacy-INF 103 Jacqueline Minor Victoria L. Holland 01 of Research Paper:...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Background and Thesis ment The absence of moral reasoning in artificial intelligence products depicts a foreseeable disastrous future for humanity rather than a beneficial one. Aspects of human history that pays homage to religion; particularly Christian and Islamic religions give the indication that after creation, God gave humans the power to continue creation (Tweneboah, 2009). This was because God created humankind in His own image and God’s image (character) entails the power to create. The power to create was however limited to what is commonly referred to as invention. Through this power, humankind has been able to provide...
Artificial Intelligence
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...artificial intelligence, due to the above mentioned advantages. But while keeping in view the advantages, possible shortcomings of this adaption must be evaluated... If The Brain Is a Computer and the Mind Its Workings Brain emulation is the process called mind transfer. It is the hypothetical process of transferring or copying a conscious mind from a brain to a non-biological substrate, where with the help scanning and mapping a biological brain in detail and copying its state into a computer system or another computational device. For this we need a computer simulation model that could behave same as an original brain for all practical purposes. This stimulated mind can be linked to virtual reality by...
Artificial sweeteners
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...ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS Introduction An Artificial sweetener is considered as a substitute of sugar that is processed from a synthesized compound, or is the sweetness that is not natural (Weimblatt 1). The sweetener provides a sugar sweetness that is without calories. The Artificial sweeteners give the food humans eat a sweet taste, but they have a small amount of energy if it has any at all. Most of the people... are choosing the artificial sweetener since they cannot abide the amount of sugar in their diets. The people having difficulties on regulating their blood sugar levels, those suffering from diseases like diabetes and hypoglycemia, have no problem using the...
Artificial Intelligence
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...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, is the study of intelligent behaviour and the...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial Intelligence (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...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence was first coined in 1956 by John McCarthy. Artificial Intelligence (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
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...Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence After reading Hasker and a synopsis of Star Trek: Next Generation, a realization was made that many views and opinion are indeed present, especially in the world today. Since technology is evolving and improving everyday, the realization that artificial intelligence at its highest form may be achieved. In relation to Picard’s view of the mind/body problem, he exhibits behaviorism. Behaviorism which is more focused learning as only an acquisition of behavior based on environmental conditions. Since Data can learn and acquire a certain behavior through the environment, Picard believes that he...
Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) is considered as an important field of science that is concernedwith making machines that discover solutions to complicated problems in a human-like approach. This usually engages using characteristics from people intelligence, as well as implementing them like algorithms inside a computer affable manner. In this scenario, a lot of supple or efficient tactics can be adopted relying on the requirements recognized; those proficiently control how artificial the intellectual actions come out. Additionally, artificial intelligence is usually connected to computer science however it has several valuable associations with other areas...
Artificial neural network
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...artificial neural network (ANN) is a collection of data structures and programs that is nearly equal to the process of the human brain. A neural network generally includes a wide range of processors working in a parallel manner, each with its own small sphere of facts and uses the data in its local memory. Additionally, an artificial neural network can be viewed as a computer arrangement that is developed through numerous straightforward and highly unified processing constituents that manage information through their dynamic state reaction... ?APPLICATION OF NEURAL NETWORK TO SOLVING ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS Application of Neural Network to Solving Environmental Problems Affiliation Date Introduction An...
Measuring Artificial Intelligence
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...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 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: Film Review
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...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) 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...
Artificial Artifacts, Like Robots
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...Artificial artifacts, like robots of Learning Introduction In the recent past, scientific and industrial revolutions have yielded what man never thought would be in five or six centuries ago, 'The Robot”, 1 machine that has undergone tremendous advancement to the extent that by the year 2000 Robots started to resemble human beings. The main concern is not that it resembles man in physical appearance, but also the way we walk, talk, think and feel. This has earned them the name ' Humanoid Robot'. A good example of the said above is the Honada's As/Mo, a machine that not only resemble man in its looks, but also enjoy virtual humanoid properties such as behavior, visual...
Artificial Body Parts
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...Artificial Body Parts Artificial Body Parts The Human body as created by God is perfect with its all the organs and parts performing their respective functions. This normal and coordinated functioning of all the parts of a human body enables us to perform our daily routines efficiently as well as give our participation towards the society. However, in some circumstance when one of these parts is severed and could not function properly or is amputated such as a limb, the human body gets handicapped and usually relies on others to fulfill its needs. This not only disables a person to earn his bread and butter but, also makes his life miserable. With the...
Artificial liver device
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...Artificial Liver Device Chronic liver disease is the seventh leading cause of death in the US. Donor organs are running short, and there are approximately 17,000 people waiting in line to get a liver transplant. This study was done to identify and compare the results of different studies that tested for the affectivity, as well as the limitations, of artificial liver devices (ALDs). It was also performed to explore the principles governing ALDs, as well as to elucidate the steps for its construction. The results showed that ALD was an effective adjunct to liver transplantation, and can be used as a temporary replacement for damaged livers while awaiting...
Measuring Artificial Intelligence
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...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 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 Demand Creation
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...Artificial Demand Creation in Advanced Market Societies Artificial Demand Creation in Advanced Market Societies Abstract This paper will examine the statement given by John Kenneth Galbraith that in the modern day markets the demand is created by the large corporate houses producing the goods and is thus artificial. Introduction John Kenneth Galbraith, a noted American economist, a prolific author and a scholar proposed in his book The Affluent Society that in advanced market-societies, many consumers' wants and demands are created by large... Running Head:...
The Artificial Nigger
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...Artificial Nigger” by Flannery O’Connor is the story of an old man, Mr. Head and his grandson, Nelson who went to the city for a learning. The old man intended the trip to be an experience the young child would never forget and that will make him dislike going to the city. The boy has been proud that he was born in Atlanta so his grandfather decided that he should show him that there is nothing to be proud about such fact. The grandfather himself had been there three times but apparently had very bad experiences getting lost through the big stores, getting insulted many times before he found his way out and he thought his grandson should have some sense when he finally... ?Full Educating the Sage “The...
Artificial Intelligence Essay
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...Artificial Intelligence Competing or Complementary Author Institutional Affiliation Are the Symbolic and Connectionist Approaches to Artificial Intelligence Competing or Complementary The symbolic versus connectionist "debate" in AI circles has been on for too long now: it is time we arrived at a consensus, as it were. Consider as an example that archetypal problem of AI, that of developing a chat-bot. If we took a rule-based approach, we end up with a system that is too inflexible, and which produces the kind of responses that the stuff of many jokes and much ridicule; if we were to follow... SYMBOLIC VERSUS CONNECTIONIST: COMPETING OR COMPLEMENTARY Are the Symbolic and Connectionist Approaches to...
Artificial Nutrition and Hydration
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...Artificial Nutrition and Hydration Artificial Nutrition and Hydration Artificially provided nutrition and hydration (ANH) is a medical procedure that can be withheld or withdrawn like any other. A decade has passed since that heated discussion occurred. Today in Japan, end-of-life issues have become an even more urgent problem. Many people are living long lives and most of them die in hospitals connected to high-technology medical equipment. At the same time, the sanctity of life has begun to move from its central place to compete with quality of life issues in the health care arena as well as Japanese society. Earlier in Japan, as in many industrialized countries, the only ethical position... ...
Artificial Heart, History and Function
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...Artificial Heart, History and Function An artificial heart serves the function of replacing the heart especially during heart transplants or when there is a permanent need to replace the heart. Some inventions may have preceded this but the first artificial heart that came to be implanted in a human being successfully was a Jarvick-7 model designed by Robert Jarvick. That was in 1982 (Vlad, Ciupa and Nicu 321). However, in 1953, a heart-lung machine was used. This was during a successful operation which was done by Dr. John Heysham Gibbon who carried out the operation. Most of the problems that came as a result of the Jarvick inventions were associated with the bodies rejecting... the...
Artificial Intelligence: What Went Wrong
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...Artificial Intelligence: What Went Wrong? As a civilization or a society evolves and progresses, there are challenges on every step of success which the people of the civilization have to face and find probable solutions for the challenges so that they can proceed and revolutionize their past so that they can live a better future. Sometimes the people get stuck with such challenges that it takes almost ages to solve that challenge; while on the other hand certain challenges can easily be handled. A challenge which has persistently remained a challenge for a number of decades is the process of understanding oneself, decoding what is inside our bodies and brain, the working...
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
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...Artificial Intelligence (AI) 7 4 Research Methodology 9 5 Results 12 After the through introduction the description of operation management model of telecommunications operators. A simple overview of AI techniques is provided in the upcoming topics and the research method is also introduced in the later parts of this studies. A detailed analysis of the application of AI in telecommunications is also provided in the study. Finally, a discussion and conclusions are given in the end. 2 Introduction The telecommunication engineering is considered as the most specific and high technology service industry. The constricted integration and Information... ?Contents 2 2 Introduction 2 3 Overview of Techniques in...
The Future of Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence The Future of Artificial Intelligence Corey Welly Kennedy-Western The Future ofArtificial Intelligence A Final Project Presented to the Faculty of the School of Computer Science Kennedy-Western University In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelors in Computer Science Corey Welly Lewis Center, Ohio Abstract The emerging technology and programming techniques related to Artificial Intelligence has continued to advance and provide new data in the quest to building a viable and working artificially intelligent machine. Through the introduction of viable neural networking solutions, this has made the possibilities even... Running Head: The Future of...
Bakelite: Defining an Artificial Material
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...artificial material What are the household uses of Bakelite materials? a. It is used to make shaving brush, baby teething ring and a pen used by mothers to check off purchases b. It is used in industries in harnessing electricity for lighting, production, manufacturing, and transportation. c. It is used in manufacturing electrical and household materials such as utensils and electrical wires d. It is used to make materials such as shellac and celluloid The correct answer is (a) because the question is centered on household uses not commercial uses. In this case, the household use of this material is as stated in (a) above. 2. What did Friedel argue about Bakelite, and not Baekeland... Defining an...
Artificial Intelligence in Terminator Movie
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...artificial intelligence and computer science. Cognitive learning theories emphasize the relationship between new information and previously learned information, and so the terminators with their built in learning ability switched off are to mould their deeds based on previous learning or set programmed data. Sky net is a big military computer in the film... Why did sky net build terminators with its built in learning ability switched off The question "Why did sky net build terminators with its built in learning ability switched off" assumes greater significance for a student of cognitive science, as it equips him/her with a number of possible answers based on his/her understanding of the theories of...
Video Games and Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Jones provides us with an excellent and explicit comparison between human intelligence and animal intelligence, he states that even though animals can perform some intelligence driven actions such as communicating and solving simpler problems but humans on the other hand can perform decision making for different scenarios by using many aspects of the intelligence endowed to them (2). He states that the human intelligence is far more equipped and complex and this concept can be utilized firmly in the presentation of an analogy between an artificially intelligent computer infrastructure and simple structure. He goes onto add that a powerful... ?Your Your 2 December Video Games and...
Ethics of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
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...Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Introduction Humanity’s strong desire to have heightened efficiencycoupled with short period of undertaking any venture has prompted man embark on intensive research intended to come up with appropriate machines. These encompass robots and other similar machines whose behavior ought to mimic that of a reasoning person in quest of undertaking complex and even challenging tasks in the industrial sector. However, the possibility of devising machines, which are capable of reasoning like human beings raises numerous and varied ethical issues (Bostrom, & Yudkowsky, 2011). These include aspects relating to safety of real human beings... such that they will...
Benefits of artificial intelligence to the society
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...Artificial Intelligence to the Society Teacher: Benefits of Artificial Intelligence to the Society Artificial intelligence can be defined as the intelligence that machines have. Artificial intelligence is also a scientific discipline in which, scientists try to develop machines with intelligence that is based on human intelligence (Boden, 2006). The intelligence that is provided to artificial beings such as computerized machineries is based on human development. This concept gain reputation on the basis of an ideal world in which, people’s jobs can be eased out with the help of machineries. With artificial intelligence, it is perceived that machines can perform better than humans... ? Benefits of...
Artificial Insemination Restrictions Based on Financial Stability
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...Artificial Insemination Restrictions Based On Financial Stability Artificial insemination has become well established in today’s world and many of the infertile couples have a way of getting children. This procedure is also common in unmarried females who want children. The procedure is, however, extremely costly, and only those with economic capabilities can afford. The procedure has provided infertile women with an opportunity to conceive children. Those who engage in this procedure often get in touch with their moral values and make their own decision. They make decisions according to their moral standards. However, those who want to conceive children...
Artificial Intelligence in Art project (multimedia installation)
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...Artificial intelligence in multimedia production Data: Introduction Artificial intelligence an approach used to design intelligent agents. Intelligent agents are systems that are able to perceive their environments and use the perception results to maximize on its chances of success. Multimedia is an approach that combines sound, visuals, animations, text, and graphics into an object. Both artificial intelligence and multimedia are used to express and simulate human minds and thoughts in particular (Isahara & Ozaku, 1997). Both fields are aimed at placing creations into the minds of human in real time. Artificial...
Catholic Church and Artificial Birth Control Methods
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...Artificial Birth Control Methods When birth control methods were introduced as a way of controlling human population in the world, different people and organizations took different sides about it. Some decided to support it while others decided to oppose it. All of these interest groups had their reasons for taking sides. The Catholic Church has opposed it for a long time and discourages their faithful from using any of the birth control methods with special regard to contraception. The Catholic Church imposed a ban on birth control methods since the early days of the bible. The Catholic Church is emphatic on the notion that birth control is not only wrong but also a grave sin... Catholic Church and...
Artificial Intelligence Research Paper and Proposal
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...Artificial Intelligence technologies in knowledge management has been recognized as a major area of research especially in the areas of tacit to explicit knowledge conversion, speech to text conversion and information indexing, knowledge retrieval from text/data mining, intelligent knowledge search engines, etc. [Liebowitz, J. 2001. p.1-6] A research by Kaminka and Pynadath (2002. p.83-91) presented techniques of on-line... Running Head: Overhearing, Plan Recognition and the YOYO algorithm Overhearing, Plan Recognition and the YOYO algorithm - Converting Tacit Knowledge to Explicit in organizations Research Proposal (Style: APA) Writer ID #: 19714 Order No. 323725 11 November 2009 Table of Contents...
Artificial Intelligence techniques used in autonomous car
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...Artificial Intelligence techniques used in Autonomous cars Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged to be the future in the field of information technology. This paradigm of the science is proposed to develop artificial intelligence into machines and thus automating their actions. 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 purpose of this paper is to present a detailed analysis of autonomous cars with a particular focus on AI techniques used in the development of these cars. These cars use...
Artificial intelligence ( AI ) and the Turing test
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...Artificial Intelligence researchers and developers. However, there are other competitions which are considered to be more challenging and practical to achieve. Reference: Oppy, Graham., Dowe, David. “The Turing Test”. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2003. Stanford University. 21 April 2009. ... 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 ...
Implanting Artificial Limb in the Body
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...Artificial Limb in the Body Advances in prosthetics come as welcomed news to many, but certain risks are associated with the most cutting edge technology. New surgically implanted devices attach too the bone seem to be more effective solutions than traditional prosthetics which often cause significant discomfort impeding the purpose of the devices. Osseo-integrated implants attach directly to the vacant part of the bone with a cylinder to persuade the bone to fuse with the metal. The prosthetic device connects to the metal protruding from the skin, but the protrusion encourages infections that often require follow-up surgeries. As healing occurs, the skin produces a pocket... Summary of Implanting...
Computers: More than Just an Artificial Need
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...Artificial Need Computers are intrinsic in today’s lifestyle. There is hardly any place present where it is not possible to access a computer. The invention of computer is one of the most important and influential inventions in the history of mankind. The influence this machine has on human race is undoubtedly unmatched. It is too hard to even imagine our lives without computers and that truly is a very difficult job now because of the ease this machine provides in a daily life. The basic intention of inventing computers is to discover ease in calculations. After awhile the term ‘ease’ became the key in upgrading the simple calculator to a whole new machine what today... ? Computers: More than Just an...
Evolution intellegence design
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... Evolution and Intelligent Design Ever since Darwin proposed his theory for the origin of the species, a debate has raged in the scientific and religious communities about the authenticity of the origins of human beings from the biological processes of evolution and natural selection or the presence of an outside influence which guides the path of biological development. In recent times, the idea of an ‘invisible hand’ (which has religious and spiritual connotations) guiding the development of human beings and other animals has surfaced under the label of Intelligent Design (Wikipedia, 2006). Fundamentally, the concept of intelligent design has to do with the premise that certain aspects... Evolution...
Ethical issues with the artificial intelligence of computers
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...ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE OF COMPUTERS Introduction The ethical and moral concerns related to the potential future establishment of devices, with general intellectual abilities, extensively outperforming those of human beings are reasonably different from ethical issues emerging in modern information and automation systems. Such artificial intelligence would not be just a different technological innovation; it would rather be another most crucial development ever created, and would result to explosive development in all technological and scientific sectors, as the artificial intelligence would operate with superhuman capacity and efficiency. Additionally, to the level... that ethics is a...
Ethical Issues With The Artificial Intelligence Of Computers
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...Artificial Intelligence of Computers Ethical Issues with the Artificial Intelligence of Computers Introduction Artificial intelligence refers to any intellectual creation that outperforms the abilities of the human brain in different fields: general wisdom, social skills and scientific creativity. This kind of intelligence is what has been packaged into a computer, which performs functions that may be very challenging to the functionalities of the human brain (Bostrom, 1998). Different scholars and authors have expressed optimism that a super-intelligent computer may be created within a few decades from now. This could result from the increased hardware functionalities... Ethical Issues with the...
The Thought Experiment in the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
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...Artificial Intelligence Turing’s Imitation Game Introduction The Turing’s imitation game, also known as the Turing’s test is a well-known experiment designed to determine a machine’s ability to display intelligence equivalent to that of a typical human being. It was introduced by Alan Turing (1950) to deal with the question whether a machine can have the ability to think. Since the term “thinking” was too abstract, Turing chose to use a different term; whether a machine can have the ability to “imitate” a typical human’s response to a series of simple questions. However, this is limited to a text only channel such as a keyboard and display screen to display the results... ? Thought experiments in...
Artificial nutrition and hydration and end of life decision making
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...Artificial Nutrition and Hydration and End of Life Decision Making al Affiliation Artificial Nutrition and Hydration and End of Life Decision Making There are end-of-life decisions that prove to be challenging, not only to the dying persons; but more so, to the family members tasked to make crucial life changing decisions. One of the more common decisions that need to be made involves a medical intervention known as artificial nutrition and hydration (ANH). According to Ersek (2003), “artificial nutrition is any non-oral means of administering nutrition to a person. Methods encompass both enteral and intravenous (i.e.,...
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