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Introduction To Artificial Intelligence. CSC 415-515. What Is (Artificial) Intelligence?. What is intelligence? The ability to learn or understand from experience The ability to acquire and retain knowledge The ability to respond quickly and successfully to a new situation

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what is artificial intelligence
What Is (Artificial) Intelligence?
  • What is intelligence?
    • The ability tolearn or understand from experience
    • The ability to acquire and retain knowledge
    • The ability to respond quickly and successfully to a new situation
    • The ability to use reason to solve problems

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what is artificial intelligence3
What Is Artificial Intelligence?
  • If intelligence is learning, understanding, retaining, responding, and using reason then what is AI?
  • Is mimicking such phenomena using a machine an expression of artificial intelligence?

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the turing test
The Turing Test
  • Place both a human and a machine mimicking human responses outside the field of direct observation and use an unbiased interface to interrogate them. If the responses are distinguishable, the machine is not displaying intelligence.

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two foci of ai
Two Foci of AI
  • Symbol processing
    • An early thrust of AI research
    • Stereotyped by expert systems, knowledge bases, and inference engines
  • Connectionist processing
    • Typified by emergent computation
    • Often leads to representations possessing large degrees of parallelism

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an ai processing paradigm

Sensor Systems

Response Planner

Effector Systems

An AI Processing Paradigm

Input

Stimulus

Output

Response

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some key contributors a note on origins
Some Key Contributors: A Note on Origins
  • McCulloch and Pitts (perceptrons)
  • Turing, von Neumann, Shannon, and McCarthy
  • Rosenblatt (perceptron learning)
  • Minsky and Papert
  • Widrow and Hoff (Adaline)
  • Zadeh (fuzzy logic)
  • Werbos, Rumelhart, McClelland, Hinton, Parker, Le Cun
  • Grossberg, Hopfield
  • Holland, Goldberg, De Jong, Koza

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what will we study algorithms and representation
What Will We Study? Algorithms and Representation
  • Sensor systems
    • Primarily one- and two-dimensional signal sources such as sounds, image data, sunspot counts, or values in a chaotic time series
    • Other sensor data representation such as ensemble codes and transforms
  • Response planning
    • Motion planning—TSP, resource allocation, scheduling
    • Search strategies—Swarms, GAs, Neural networks
  • Effector systems
    • Robot action control

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robot demos
Robot Demos
  • Simple line following
  • Find-and-grab
  • Robot tag
    • Robot-to-robot communication (basis for cooperation)
    • Multi-sensor processing
  • Two sensor, line following

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