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AI and Robotics

AI and Robotics

AI and Robotics Definitions and Ethical Consequences Artificial intelligence (also known as machine intelligence and often abbreviated as AI ) is intelligence exhibited by any manufactured (i.e. artificial ) system.

By Gabriel
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History of Computing 1

History of Computing 1

History of Computing 1 Foundation Computing If the automobile had followed the same development cycle as the computer, a Rolls Royce would today cost $100, get one million miles to the gallon, and explode once a year, killing everyone inside. Robert X. Cringely Quiz

By arleen
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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence. Berlin Chen 2004. Course Contents. The theoretical and practical issues for all disciplines Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be considered AI is interdisciplinary ! Foundational Topics to Covered Intelligent Agents

By medwin
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Animals as Machines

Animals as Machines

Animals as Machines. Descartes. René Descartes (1596-1650 ) French philosopher, mathematician and scientist Discourse on Method (1637) Part 5 discusses the nature of animals. Animals are machines. Physically animals are very much like people: same basic design, same organs

By jacob
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CHAPTER 9 LANGUAGE PROCESSING: HUMANS AND COMPUTERS

CHAPTER 9 LANGUAGE PROCESSING: HUMANS AND COMPUTERS

CHAPTER 9 LANGUAGE PROCESSING: HUMANS AND COMPUTERS. PowerPoint by Don L. F. Nilsen to accompany An Introduction to Language (8 th or 9 th edition, 2007/2011) by Victoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman and Nina Hyams. BOTTOM-UP AND TOP-DOWN PROCESSING.

By libitha
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Alan Turing

Alan Turing

Alan Turing. Enigma Chris Jager. Contents. Introduction Childhood & Youth The Turing Machine Second World War Turing Test Turing’s Death References Questions. Introduction. Paper not finished (yet) A lot of information about the works of Turing

By bernad
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CMSC 671 Fall 2002

CMSC 671 Fall 2002

CMSC 671 Fall 2002. Professor Marie desJardins, mariedj@cs.umbc.edu , ITE 337, x53967 TA: Yan Hao, yanhao1@umbc.edu. Today’s class. Course overview Introduction What is AI? History of AI Lisp – a first look. Course Overview. Course materials.

By Rita
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Visual Awareness

Visual Awareness

Visual Awareness. 9.012 Bryan C. Russell. What is it?. Hard to define (it feels like…) Francis Crick:

By Pat_Xavi
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Computing Machinery and Intelligence

Computing Machinery and Intelligence

Computing Machinery and Intelligence. By Alan M. Turing. Computing Machinery and Intelligence. Published in “Mind: A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy”, in 1950. “I propose to consider the question, ‘Can machines think?’”. About the paper.

By yered
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CS 4700: Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

CS 4700: Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

CS 4700: Foundations of Artificial Intelligence. Carla P. Gomes gomes@cs.cornell.edu http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Courses/cs4700/2008fa/ Module: Introduction (Reading R&N: Chapter 1). Overview of this Lecture. Course Administration What is Artificial Intelligence?

By lorant
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AI and Robotics

AI and Robotics

AI and Robotics. Definitions and Ethical Consequences. Artificial intelligence (also known as machine intelligence and often abbreviated as AI ) is intelligence exhibited by any manufactured (i.e. artificial ) system. .

By elden
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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence. Attacks on AI. Ian Gent ipg@cs.st-and.ac.uk. Artificial Intelligence. Attacks on AI. Part I : Lucas: Minds, Machines & G  del Part II: Searle: Minds, Brains & Programs Part III: Weizenbaum: Computer Power & Human Reason . Strong AI and Weak AI.

By mya
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Eric Hand March19.3m, 2010 Brains: a few key facts & concepts How facts & ideas about the brain may predict

Eric Hand March19.3m, 2010 Brains: a few key facts & concepts How facts & ideas about the brain may predict

Eric Hand March19.3m, 2010 Brains: a few key facts & concepts How facts & ideas about the brain may predict the Singularity Project Blue Brain: Supporting evidence & milestone for the Singularity?.

By patsy
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The Mind-Body Relation

The Mind-Body Relation

The Mind-Body Relation. Dualism : human beings are composed of a material body and an immaterial mind which are distinct from each other (Descartes) Problems: interaction? freedom? other minds?

By dolph
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ECE 6721: Emerging Computing Technologies

ECE 6721: Emerging Computing Technologies

ECE 6721: Emerging Computing Technologies. Lecture 2: Motivation and History . What is Unconventional Computer Architecture? What are Emerging Technologies?. Start by defining “Conventional” computer architecture Uses stored-program model of computation Implemented using silicon VLSI

By cholena
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The Chinese Room

The Chinese Room

The Chinese Room. Philosophical vs. Empirical Questions. The kind of questions Turing considers concern what a machine could, in principle, do. Could it simulate human conversation so well that a normal human would mistake it for a person? Could it simulate altruistic behavior?

By minh
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JavaScript Security

JavaScript Security

JavaScript Security. John Graham-Cumming. Living in a powder keg and giving off sparks. JavaScript security is a mess The security model is outdated Key examples Attacking DNS to attack JavaScript What are we going to do?. The JavaScript Sandbox. JavaScript security dates to 1995

By hunter
(210 views)

Artificial Intelligence 				Chapter 01

Artificial Intelligence Chapter 01

Artificial Intelligence Chapter 01. Introduction to AI. Recommended Textbook: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig 3rd Edition, 2009. Outline. Course overview What is AI? A brief history The state of the art. Course overview.

By nuru
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Artificial Intelligence CMSC671 Instructor: Professor Yun Peng ITE Building Room 341 (410)455-3816

Artificial Intelligence CMSC671 Instructor: Professor Yun Peng ITE Building Room 341 (410)455-3816

Artificial Intelligence CMSC671 Instructor: Professor Yun Peng ITE Building Room 341 (410)455-3816 ypeng@umbc.edu. Some material adopted from notes by Charles R. Dyer , University of Wisconsin-Madison and Tim Finin and Marie desJargins , University of Maryland Baltimore County.

By hazina
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Administrative Issues

Administrative Issues

Administrative Issues. Please send an email to qtipu@usc.edu so that you can be on the class mailing list: csci561@yahoogroups.com Please when sending homework-related emails use Subject: HW: question about … Quamrul Tipu: Office hours: Fridays, 2-4pm, SAL-211

By jerold
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