What is Artificial Intelligence ?


 Artificial Intelligence :

These days, there is a general debate about what is artificial intelligence and its real and perceived impacts on our day-to-day lives. Although there have been a massive amount of studies and articles written on the subject, it is nevertheless still difficult to Sometimes lack of the current state of the technology, much less accurately predict where it might lead us in the future. This lack of certainty is the cause of both high hopes and a great deal of anxiety, and there is a great deal of speculation as To whether many of us will lose our jobs to robots.

In computer science, artificial intelligence (AI), sometimes called machine intelligence, is the intelligence that machines display, in stark contrast to the natural intelligence that humans display. In layman’s terms, the term “artificial intelligence” is used to describe machines/computers that mimic human “cognitive” functions related to other human thinking, such as “learning” and “solving problems.”

The ability of a digital computer or computer controlled robot to perform tasks typically associated with intelligent creatures.”

Types of Artificial Intelligence (AI) :


(A). Weak AI or Narrow AI: It focuses on a narrow task, that is, machines that are not too smart to do their jobs can be built in such a seemingly clever way. An example is a poker game in which a machine defeats a human being, in which all rules and actions are fed into the machine. Here you need to manually enter each possible scene in advance. Every weak AI will help build a strong AI.

(B). Powerful AI: A machine that can actually think and perform tasks like a human.


(A). Reaction Machine: This is one of the basic forms of artificial intelligence. It has no past memories, nor can it use past information for future action. An example is Deep Blue, the IBM chess program that beat Garry Kasparov in the 1990s. Deep Blue can identify pieces on the chess board and make predictions.

(B).  Limited memory: These AI systems can use past experience to provide information for future decisions. Some of the decision-making functions of autonomous (self-driving cars) vehicles are designed in this way. Observations can inform actions that occur in the near future, such as changing lanes. These observations are not stored permanently.

(C). Theory of Mind: This type of AI should be able to understand people’s emotions, beliefs, thoughts, expectations, and social interactions.

(D). Self Conscious: In this category, the AI ​​system is self-aware and conscious. A self-aware machine knows its current state and can use this information to infer the feelings of others. This type of AI does not exist yet.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Jarvis AI: Everything you need to know :

Jarvis is a home artificial intelligence system built by Mark Zuckerberg
*It can control the music, doors, lights, etc. of Facebook CEO’s home.
*Jarvis can be controlled by app, Messenger bot and voice.

What is Jarvis?
Jarvis is an artificial intelligence system that Zuckerberg has built to control his home and perform basic tasks such as turning lights off, controlling the temperature of a particular room, playing music, opening doors, and more. The home AI uses natural language processing and speech recognition to understand the context of the user’s voice and commands in order to perform the tasks it is required to perform. It also has facial recognition, so you can open the door for a known guest, or tell each member of the Zuckerberg family whether Max is asleep or playing.

After a year of coding, here's Jarvis.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Why did Mark Zuckerberg build Jarvis?
Building Jarvis, running 365 miles, is Zuckerberg’s personal challenge in 2016; his past annual challenge was to learn Mandarin, read two books a month, and meet a newcomer every day.

Priscilla's experience with Jarvis has been a little different…This one is based on mishaps she endured while I built Jarvis.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, 20 December 2016

What can Jarvis do?

Jarvis can tell you the schedule of the day, teach the language, tell you what the rest of the family is doing, prepare toast, set up video conferences and play movies. Jarvis can also remind you, for example, to go to the gym. It can even make suggestions, such as making a toast and making a joke when you want to have breakfast.

After seeing Jarvis from my perspective and Priscilla's, we thought it would be funny to do one from the AI's perspective too. Morgan Freeman is absolutely brilliant.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday, 21 December 2016

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