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Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial intelligence is the study and design of intelligence agents where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives it's environment and takes actions that maximizes its chances of success. 

In the field of artificial intelligence (AI), computer science is being leveraged to create intelligent machines that more closely resemble humans in their functions. The knowledge engineering that allows computers to simulate human perception, learning, and decision-making is based on access to categories, properties, and relationships between various information sets. Neural networks, a significant area of AI research, is currently proving to be valuable for more natural user interfaces through voice recognition and natural language processing, allowing humans to interact with machines similarly to how they interact with each other. By design, neural networks model the biological function of animal brains to interpret and react to specific inputs such as words and tone of voice. As the underlying technologies continue to develop, AI has the potential to enhance online learning, adaptive learning software, and simulations in ways that more intuitively respond to and engage with students.


[The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (SAIL)]: Artificial Intelligence: Principles and Techniques - What do web search, speech recognition, face recognition, machine translation, autonomous driving, and automatic scheduling have in common? These are all complex real-world problems, and the goal of artificial intelligence (AI) is to tackle these with rigorous mathematical tools.

 

[OpenAI]: Discovering and enacting the path to safe artificial general intelligence.

 

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