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...
How does Tolstoy use his characters to show how materialism and social climbing depict an artificial, materialistic life
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...artificial, materialistic life Leo Tolstoy's, works are the examination of man's struggle with himself as he lives his life one earth. The reader can find in his works the central preoccupation with the soul, a typical concern in the Great Russian novels. The Death of Ivan Illych is an excellent illustration of a man's total disintegration with the onslaught of death and the rejuvenation of the spirit, as the limbs die. The novella is surprising in its contemporaneity of the cultural issues articulated in it. One of the fallacies of present technology driven life is the craving to seek fulfillment... in the mechanical perfections of life. Ivan Illyich, the central...
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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...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 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 Artif...
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...
Measuring Artificial Intelligence
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...artificial life and the consistent research is, intelligent computers, for example, expert, Deep Blue , information systems like Cyborgs , robots and several other artificial intelligent systems that can perform better than the human brains at least in some contexts. All of these are for a fact great ground breaking achievements in Science and Technology and they are making human life better Cosy and comfortable. Since man got consciousness he has been seeking the power to control life and death. He wants to imitate God and struggles hard to create beings similar to himself. But many philosophical and...
Measuring Artificial Intelligence
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...artificial life and the consistent research is, intelligent computers, for example, expert, Deep Blue , information systems like Cyborgs , robots and several other artificial intelligent systems that can perform better than the human brains at least in some contexts. All of these are for a fact great ground breaking achievements in Science and Technology and they are making human life better Cosy and comfortable. Since man got consciousness he has been seeking the power to control life and death. He wants to imitate God and struggles hard to create beings similar to himself. But many philosophical and practical difficulties have appeared. The great obstacles... Once talking about the...
Digital Culture: The New Artifical Life
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...Artificial Life Introduction The discussion in Chapter pp. 3-7) of Christopher Adami’s book Introduction to Artificial Life focuses on how a theory of a living state could be verified through experiments based on the ‘elementary living object’ or the ‘simplest living thing’. The discussion centers on the problem inherent to the concepts of ‘elementary’ and ‘simplest’. In order for a particular living state to be accurately understood its characteristics should be universal. This universality brings about ‘predictive power’. These characteristics are found in a living state’s elementary objects. This point is elaborated in the ‘concept of mass’ example (Adami 1998, 3-4... ?Digital Culture: The New...
Artificial Intelligence in Art project (multimedia installation)
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...artificial intelligence in them seems to put life into them. Art can be colorful and descriptive. Addition of artificial intelligence makes the colorful and descriptive art, unique. Reference Ackley, D.H. & Littman, M.S., 1990. Learning from natural selection in an artificial environment. In International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Theory Track, Neural and Cognitive Sciences Track. Washington, 1990. IJCNN Winter. Bagga, A. & Baldwin, B., 1998. Entity-Based Cross-Document Coreferencing Using the Vector Space Model. In ACL-COLING ’98. Montreal, 1998. Barbieri, M., 1985. The semantic theory of evolution. London:...
Artificial Intelligence
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...life. However, for robots to be introduced into the human environment, practical competent systems that are safe, dependable and simple should be adapted (Whitby, 2009). Specific algorithms and strategies that are associated with the behavior of robots to assist, work and cooperate with humans are crucial. The physical robot can significantly influence the virtual world. Consequently, a precise and dynamic model will provide exclusive insights into the behaviors of the real world based on their physical system through haptic interaction (Harris, 2010). Artificial intelligence... ? Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Introduction Artificial intelligence is a discipline in computer science that ...
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 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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...life. Generally, the things that are invented or created by men are called artificial things. Careful consideration of the trend of human creation (invention) shows clearly that the ability for humans to create keep getting complicated by the day. The threat and big question therefore remains if humans would not keep getting complicated... ?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...
Artificial Intelligence
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...life extensively (ThinkQuest) and (Champandard). History of Artificial Intelligence The development of AI myths can be drawn back to early Egypt, however with the creation of the electronic computer during the year 1941; the technology eventually became available to build machine intellect. In this scenario, the word AI was initially discovered and used in the year 1956, at the Dartmouth seminar... activities (Harris) and (ThinkQuest). Considering a situation, robots will definitely play a superior role in our everyday lives in the upcoming era of technology. Additionally, in the approaching times, robots will progressively set off the business as well as technical worlds and into everyday...
Artificial Intelligence
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...life extensively (ThinkQuest) and (Champandard). History of Artificial Intelligence The development of AI myths can be drawn back to early Egypt, however with the creation of the electronic computer during the year 1941; the technology eventually became available to build machine intellect. In this scenario, the word AI was initially discovered and used in the year 1956, at the Dartmouth seminar, and from that time... Teacher 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...
The Future of Artificial Intelligence
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...artificial intelligence would definitely challenge (for some) that which when defined as "alive." It is however unclear whether an intelligent electronic entity would be alive and legally entitled to certain rights. There is no evidence however that intelligent life, as it applies to human-like intelligence, is sustainable without a soul. Nor is there evidence that a soul is necessary. In deed there could not be anything like the human beings. Moreover, there is no complete definition of a soul at all. For some it is a vehicle by which people relate to a higher... Running Head: The Future of Artificial Intelligence The Future of Artificial Intelligence Corey Welly Kennedy-Western The Future...
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...
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 requires skills of understanding how knowledge can be represented and the methods of how to use that knowledge. The main aim of AI is to improve human life and reduce risks faced by humans (Millington & Funge 235). According to the late pioneer of Artificial Intelligence, Allan Newell, man-made world would be permeated by systems to cushion it from danger. With the advent of new age computers, the dream of smart computers has become a reality. There are many resins and advantages why people should study AI. One of the main ones is because scientists want to extend the range of things and tasks that can be performed by computers. The ‘ability’ of computers... Artificial...
Artificial Intelligence
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...life can respond to their environment but are not aware of themselves. Thus, while self-organization is a building block of consciousness, it isn’t the source. One indication of artificial intelligence is the ability to solve a problem that requires generalization, but biological intelligence includes progression. To define progression, it is helpful to think of animals... 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
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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 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...
Artificial Heart, History and Function
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...artificial heart-pump that was seen to bypass the heart of a dog for more than one hour. Many other inventions have followed since these discoveries were made. This created discoveries both in the USA and in other places all over the world leading to the now fully functional artificial heart. Patients eligible for receiving these hearts are those whose hearts are on the verge of collapsing due to a collection of problems associated with heart failures. The main disadvantage of these hearts is that they do not operate like the natural hearts where they have to be powered making the user to lack ability to continue with active life... Lecturer: Artificial Heart, History and Function An artificial heart...
Benefits of artificial intelligence to the society
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...artificial intelligence, many benefits can be achieved and these benefits are unlike simple computer systems as computerized machineries with artificial intelligence are much more efficient than simple computers. They are able to perform much complicated and complex tasks as compared to simple computers (Russell and Norvig, 2003). They can be used in many fields of life and can prove helpful in many areas. No one negate the benefits related to artificially intelligent machines as people can gain many profits with their support. The first and foremost benefit associated with artificial intelligent systems is the fact that heavy... ? Benefits of Artificial Intelligence to the Society Teacher: Benefits of...
Clash of science and religion
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...artificial life-form. Over the years, discoveries on human robotics have been made to justify that man can develop a more complex form of human. McRae (2010) is of the assumption that creating an artificial human being is automatically perceived as act that provokes God. From a religious perspective, creation of an artificial human is the worst form of religious mockery (McRae, 2010). Regardless of religious criticism, scientific evidence depict that an artificial human being may possess... Conflict between Science and Religion Affiliation Conflict between Science and Religion The compatibility between science and religion is minimal. Numerous scientific discoveries have been cited as unethical by...
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 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...
Artificial Intelligence in Terminator Movie
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...artificial intelligence is so much more powerful than familiar concepts of mechanism that the old metaphysical puzzle of how mind and body can possibly be related is largely resolved. Insights drawn from this source clarify the nature of human purpose, freedom, and moral choice, and help one to understand how it is possible for the character of a human life to depend upon the degree of self-knowledge enjoyed by the person concerned." (Boden 1977, p. 4). Thus, Sky net's first priority was to negate the terminators with any "degree of self-knowledge" so that the mission was much more important for them than their own selves. Theory 2... Why did sky net build terminators with its built in learning ability...
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 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...
Ethical issues with the artificial intelligence of computers
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...life advance with development of artificial intelligence or not? What are possible ethical implications of artificial intelligence of computers? Finally, what beneficial types of artificial intelligence should be invented and how they are applied? This paper seeks to investigate and provide solutions to these concerns. Artificial intelligence of computers seeks to enhance and promote the value of human life. Various positive results in the modern society can emanate with the utilization of artificial intelligence. For instance, intensive production and indirect reduced costs of production are evident in factories, industries and production lines. Operations better suited... ? ETHICAL ISSUES WITH THE...
Artificial reefs on the gulf coast and why funding should remain for them.
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...life will also be attracted in the area (Bortone, Brandarini and Otake, 251). A typical scenario is that bigger fish will head for the reef in order to feed on the smaller ones that arrived earlier thus the common saying that larger fish are usually right behind the smaller ones. Some areas such as Florida used to establish artificial reefs by sinking any object for instance refrigerators, fridges, washing machines among others. This was a haphazard approach of building... Contents Contents 2 3 Introduction 3 Artificial Reefs on the Golf Coast 4 Benefitsof Artificial Reefs 5 Summary 7 Works Cited 9 Artificial Reefs on the Gulf Coast and why Funding should remain for them Abstract This paper seeks to pre...
Artificial Insemination Restrictions Based on Financial Stability
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...artificial insemination, the couples relationships and capabilities should be investigated. This will guarantee that the baby will be raised in a steady environment. It will also establish whether the biological father or the donating father will participate in the child’s life. Therefore, information on the economic resources is exceedingly relevant for assessment of parental capabilities... 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,...
Thchnology as a route to immortality
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...Artificial life projects include self-reproducing automata, like NASA’s self-reproducing factories (166) and advent of artificial life in self-reproducing silicon humans as man’s successors. Conclusion With the new inspiration of artificial intelligence being to create man’s successors, the aspect of human immortality will no longer be a religion mythology especially with the creation of living machines. With A-Life, Descartes’ dream of isolating immortal mind from mortal body will prolong man’s life. Works Cited The religion of technology... existence both on earth and in heaven (148). Consequently, technology or machine represented secondary individuals with additional perfectionism that...
Death of Ivan Ilych and Metamorphosis
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...Life and Inevitability of Death. In the Death of Ivan Ilych Tolstoy was able to show the two types of lives: the artificial life and the authentic life. The artificial life as represented in the story by the characters of Ivan, Praskovya, and Peter. In the story they live in a material world. Artificial life is the deception that hides the true meaning of life and leaves one terrified and alone in the moment of death... . The authentic life includes the bonding with others, having relationship with someone and being ready during the time of death. While artificial life leaves one alone and empty. In the story of the Death of Ivan Ilych,...
Artificial intelligence will never be a safe option to substitute human thinking and abilities.
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...artificial intelligence. Position I strongly support artificial intelligence because it makes solving real life problems quick and easy. Once you feed the computer with the required information, the computer gives the response immediately. Doctors are able to diagnose diseases easily and fast with the use of computers... Introduction Artificial intelligence is a branch of science that concerns itself with working on computers such that they act like human beings. It includes programming computers; to play games, to understand the human beings natural language, to solve real issues that human beings may solve and using a lot of intelligence among other things. The most important point about...
Video Games and Artificial Intelligence
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...artificially intelligent gaming techniques (2). Artificial Intelligence (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... ?Your Your 2 December Video Games and Artificial Intelligence Jones provides us with an excellent and explicit comparison between human...
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...
A Philosophical Review of Nature's and Animal Rights
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...artificial life form is a complicated issue. While it can feel pain, which qualifies it as an inherently worthy creature, it cannot avoid pain, which disqualifies it from moral consideration. However, this artificial life form, for Singer, does not have any biological interests since it is not natural, and it is immobile or not able to respond to feelings of pleasure or pain... ?Running Head: Environmental Ethics A Philosophical Review of Nature’s and Animal Rights Case Analyses Submission Question 1 As stated by Gary Varner, biological interest has been defined by Feinberg (1974) as “an interest, however the concept is finally to be analyzed, presupposes at least rudimentary cognitive equipment....
Artificial Intelligence techniques used in autonomous car
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...life but actually they are machines which are intended to replicate human and animal behavior (Harris; Berlin). Artificial Neural Networks According to (Stergiou and Siganos), an artificial neural network is a data processing model that is inspired by the method of biological nervous systems information processing. Neural Network is also a renowned and heavily researched area of the AI. Stergiou... ID # 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...
Ethical Issues With The Artificial Intelligence Of Computers
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...artificial intelligence of computers From a philosophical point of view, the goal of developing advanced artificial intelligence into computers leads to the creation of an independent, intelligent computer entity. However, there is the issue of how this creation can be classified – in terms of what it is and what it is to be accorded. For instance, such an artificially intelligent computer would be referred as ‘alive’, which raises the ethical issue as to whether such an entity would be recognized as alive, thus entitled to given rights. In this case, the issue is not supported – by any substantial evidence – regarding whether it is intelligent life... intelligent computer would also raise...
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...artificial means, always represents a natural way of preserving life... not a medical procedure.” It is rare for Vatican officials to publicly discuss ongoing legal matters (Vinci, 2005). Yet a Vatican official declared that “the end of life is a question only in the hands of God. This is our belief. It is not something that must be in the hands of politicians or in the hands of physicians... but in the hands of God only.” It is clear that the question of life and death is deeply rooted in the society. Generally, death in any manner is a sad thing for the kith... Ethical Principles violated in Terri Schiavo’s Case According to the Pope, “the administration of water and food, even when provided by...
Life Philosophy. What is My Philosophy? How Do I Live My Life?
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...artificial life in a laboratory setup. Science is still searching for answers about the secrets of our life. Nobody knows where our life rests; is it in our heart or is it in our brain. Nobody knows. Even though science was succeeded in treating the diseases, and extending the life up to certain extent, still it is unable to prevent the death. In short, science is still searching in the darkness to unveil the miseries of life. The inability of science to unveil the miseries of life forced me to think about an almighty, who was responsible for all the creations on earth. Even though science has said so many things about the origin of this universe, none of its argument has... "What is my philosophy? How...
The Safety and Reliability Issue of Robotic System with Artificial Intelligence
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...artificial intelligence do not have the ability to realize the differences between ? and ? or 1/8 and 1/6. To conclude, robots controlled by artificial intelligence are extremely useful in assisting human in conducting dangerous missions. Since robots are machines, it has no emotions or life. So it can... The Safety and Reliability Issue of Robotic System with Artificial Intelligence “Robots are physical agents that perform tasks by manipulating the physical world. They are equipped with sensors to perceive their environment and effectors to assert physical forces on it” (Niemueller and Widyadharma, p.2). The huge success of robots in doing extremely risky works with utmost precision has developed huge...
What are the strengths and weaknesses of an artificial kidney based on the use of proximal convoluted tubule cells?
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...artificial kidney, based on the use of proximal convoluted tubule cells. This alternative is being widely studied and experimented, since it has shown some rays of hope that it might emerge as a viable alternative for addressing the problem. The discovery of this bio-artificial kidney has shown some potential of saving the life of people who have acute renal failures (Fawcett, 2004 n.p.). The study undertaken with 10 patients with acute kidney problems indicated that the artificial kidney that is based on the use of proximal convoluted tubule cells, is well tolerated by the adult human body, and has the potential of improving their conditions (Fawcett, 2004 n.p.). However, despite... ? Artificial kidney...
The Safety and Reliability Issue of Robotic System with Artificial Intelligence
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...life. So it can concentrate fully on what it does at a particular movement and therefore the chances of committing errors are extremely low. Moreover, robots can perform works at a rapid pace so that it can be used in manufacturing units for increasing productivity and also to perform dangerous and sophisticated jobs. At the same time robots, controlled with artificial intelligence cannot perform any jobs when it face unfamiliar circumstances. The memory of robots cannot be compared with the memory of the human. When it comes to quick decision making in unfamiliar conditions, robots fail drastically and therefore its reliability can be ensured only for...
The Themes of The Last Days of Socrates and The Death of Ivan Ilych
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...artificial life represented by Peter, Praskovya among others in Ivan’s society. The authentic life usually cultivates mutual affirmation of human relationships, which usually break down isolation and give room for interpersonal contact. The artificial life is defined as the depreciation which usually hides the true meaning of life and leaves one terrified of death. The artificial life usually leaves people empty and alone while the authentic life fosters strength through comfort and solidarity through empathy and also creates a bond as it prepares people to meet their death. Gerasim is too confident and not afraid of death and is able to lessen the pain felt by Ivan by sharing... The Themes of ‘The Last ...
The Safety and Reliability Issue of Robotic System with Artificial Intelligence
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...artificial intelligence, it is incapable of segregating life forms with other objects. In other words, many robots are incapable of differentiating human from other objects. Under such circumstances, a person accidently comes in the vicinity of a robot could be treated... ? The Safety and Reliability Issue of Robotic System with Artificial Intelligence Zihao Deng ENL213 Lisnyczyj Laura December 13, ABSTRACT This paper reviews the safety and reliability issues associated with Robotic System with Artificial Intelligence. The applications of robotic systems with artificial intelligence are growing day by day. Unlike human, robots can perform complicated works with utmost perfection. Moreover, robots can...
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...
Legal approch to bioethics " Justice in end-of-life cases
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...Life Network Act ("Trillium Gift of Life Network Act (R.S.O. 1990, CHAPTER H.20)," 1990)in s.7 (1) states that death should be determined by at least two physicians; in accordance with accepted medical practice. Dickens analyzes existing legal approaches in death determination and indicates that the current process embraces what is known as the brain death concept(Dickens, 1985).This approach permits the withdrawal of artificial life support and organs procurement in brain dead patients. Ethical principles: Legislators’ death determination and brain death recognition... Legal Approaches to Ethics: Final Assignment “Justice is an elusive word” - Stephen Waddams. Justice is one of Beauchamp and...
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...
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