Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Artificial intelligence study project
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Artificial intelligence study project

518

Published on

Artificial intelligence case study.

Artificial intelligence case study.

Published in: Technology, Spiritual
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
518
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
33
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • John McCarthy – one of the leaders of AI research for many decades
  • Nick Bostrom. Ethical Issues in Advanced Artificial Intelligence. Cognitive, Emotive and Ethical Aspects of Decision Making in Humans and in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 2, ed. I. Smit et al., Int. Institute of Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, 2003, pp. 12-17 http://www.nickbostrom.com/ethics/ai.htmlMohamed Farouk EL-Kayssoumi "Artificial Intelligence A.I.", presented to Dr/AtefGhalwashNick Bostrom. Existential Risks of Artificial Intelligence. http://www.downtheavenue.com/2006/05/existential_ris.html
  • Computer generated characters, film composed of 60% computer generated elements and 40% live action.
  • Transcript

    • 1. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Study project by: Victoria Gnatoka RBS, March 7, 2011
    • 2. WHAT IS AI? Artificial Intelligence (1956) “the science of engineering and making intelligent machines” (John McCarthy) Tries to simulate and reproduce human thought behavior: thinking, speaking, feeling, reasoning
    • 3. Central property of humans, intelligence— the sapience of Homo sapiens — can be so precisely described that it can be simulated by a machine CENTRAL IDEA OF AI
    • 4. Understand common sense Manipulate qualitative data Deal with exceptions Understand relationships between facts Use human language for interaction Deal with new situation using previous learning AI CAN
    • 5. Information systems: storing, retrieving, working with data Artificial intelligence technologies: generating and displaying knowledge and facts DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IS AND AI
    • 6. In business applications, Al capabilities are often integrated with systems that serve the day-to-day needs of the enterprise, such as inventory tracking, manufacturing process controls, and customer service databases. Subjects of AI are not subject to human problems of illness or fatigue, and, if they are well designed, can be less prone to inconsistencies and mistakes. Machines can be used to take on complex and stressful work that would be otherwise performed by humans Machines can complete the task faster than a human assigned to do the same task BENEFITS
    • 7. Understanding complex software can be made in to easy-to- understand types with the aid of artificial intelligence Less errors and defects, less costs Minimized time and resources. Time and resources are not wasted but effectively used to achieve the end goal Their function is infinite Predicting outcomes allows the AI program to improve business intelligence BENEFITS (2)
    • 8. A.I. may be the last invention humans ever need to make Technological progress in all other fields will be accelerated by the arrival of advanced artificial intelligence A.I. will lead to more advanced A.I. Artificial minds can be easily copied RISKS
    • 9. Emergence of A.I. may be sudden A.I. are potentially autonomous agents A.I. need not have humanlike motives A.I. may not have humanlike psyches Loss of human fertility :) RISKS (2)
    • 10. AI CANNOT: Fast, intuitive judgement v.s. conscious, step-by- step deduction Use intuitive "working assumptions“ Fast intuitive interpretation of data Human brain non-conscious and sub-symbolic nature v.s. A.I. rationality
    • 11. IS THERE ANY SOLUTION? "We must execute the creation of Artificial Intelligence as the exact application of an exact art. And maybe then we can win.*" *Eliezer Yudkowsky. "Artificial Intelligence as a Positive and Negative Factor in Global Risk", 2006
    • 12. WORLDWIDE FAMOUS USES OF AI Thinking machines and artificial beings appear already in Greek myths – the bronze robot Talos of Crete A common feature in fiction – Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein is one of the most famous creatures Genetically engineered Na’vi human hybrid bodies Avatars in James Cameron film
    • 13. WORLDWIDE FAMOUS USES OF AI (2) Second life – a virtual world accessible on the Internet, developed by Linden Lab (2003). Enables users to interact with each other through avatars – digital persons, created and customized by the users and resembling a real or an alternate identity. 20 million registered user accounts.
    • 14. WORLDWIDE FAMOUS USES OF AI (3) Specialized projects: brain simulation, cognitive architectures, games, knowledge and reasoning, motion and manipulation, natural language processing, planning, multipurpose projects (software libraries, cloud services).
    • 15. WORLDWIDE FAMOUS USES OF AI (4) Examples: Robotic helper for the elderly or handicapped in daily life activities Prosthetic arm mind-controlled through existing nerves A surgical robotic system NeuroArm that can do delicate brain surgery NASA’s man on Mars delivering samples of soil and ice for analysis
    • 16. WORLDWIDE FAMOUS USES OF AI (5) Digital secretary Ultra Hal or Helen A floor cleaning robot Self driving vehicles Solution for alternative route info to escape traffic jams Machine translation, etc.
    • 17. REAL LIFE STORY
    • 18. INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CENTER (IEC) COMPANY BACKGROUND Founded in 1989 in Riga, Latvia Is represented in 12 countries with more than 100 offices in total (Russia, Ukraine, China, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, etc)  Around 200 employees  Each year about 100 000 students participate in different programs offered by IEC  Mission: to promote cross-cultural awareness through work, volunteer and trainee programs worldwide  Industry: education and work programs worldwide (e.g. Work&Travel, Au Pair, Trainee programs, Camp USA,etc)  Information technologies
    • 19. IEC VIRTUAL TRAVEL CAFE  1994 – next to Riga IEC office was opened one of the 1st Internet cafes in Riga on Kalku str.20. Aim: to give students who participate in programs access to internet sites with the information about programs, countries etc  1998 – Internet cafe turns into Virtual Travel’s cafe offering the following services to the public: Internet virtual travels, 3D cinema  2002 – Robot appears in IEC Virtual Travel Cafe
    • 20. AI AT IEC  Name: Randel (IRI-3000)  Weight: 300kg  Producer: Internationalrobotics http://internationalrobotics.com/index.html  Description: World class mobile communication robot Vertical, adult size, programmable robotic personality Has a beautifully designed outer body Price: $85,000
    • 21. RANDEL AT IEC USE  Entertainment  Marketing activities  Exhibitions PROS  Attention  Loyality and trust  Fun CONS  Unexpected behaviour  Expensive maintenance  Human help always needed  Loose potential clients
    • 22. TALKING TO RANDEL Karlis: -Randel, what’s my name? Randel: -Don’t you know? Karlis: - How do you think? Randel: - How do you think I think? Stranger: - Divide 999 999 by 13! Quick! Randel: - Why? Stranger: - I really need it! Please! Randel: - 76 923. Stranger: - Correct... Anyway I do not believe... Randel: - Then why do you come here every day?
    • 23. RANDEL’S LIFE TODAY • 2005 Virtual Travel cafe is closed • 2005 – 2009 Robot is “working” in IEC office • 2009 Robot is sent to the IEC Moscow office • 2010 Robot gets his virtual prototype on the IEC Russian webpage (www.iec.ru)

    ×