What do we mean when we say someone is
intelligent and is there any scientific basis for
There are, in short two types of theories of
Charles Spearman who hypothesized that each
individual might have a g factor, a general
The second set of theories of intelligence
stipulate that intelligence is divided in distinct
What is intelligence.
What is artificial
Artificial intelligence is the study of programmed
systems that can simulate, to some extent, human
activities such as perceiving, thinking,
learning and acting.
It is related to the similar task of
using computers to understand
human intelligence, but AI does not
have to confine itself to methods
that are biologically observable.
The main idea of a thinking machine came from Alan
Turing, who proposed the Turing test. The term
“artificial intelligence” was first coined by John
McCarthy in 1956.
When will Computers
become truly Intelligent?
To date, all the traits of human intelligence have
not been captured and applied together to spawn
an intelligent artificial creature. Currently, Artificial
Intelligence seems to focus on lucrative domain
specific applications, which do not necessarily
require the full extent of AI capabilities. This limit
of machine intelligence is known to researchers
as narrow intelligence.
Humans Information processing of serial nature proceed very
slowly in the brain as compared to computers also unable to retain
large amounts of data in memory.
It will increase technology 2-5 times more faster.
It will become the era for
prove and not for deduce.