Artificial Intelligence – challenging human minds with rational agents!

It has become challenging for humans to beat computer systems and logics formulated behind them. Developed by humans for the excellence of processes in day to day life and for the care of population.

There are four ways of approaching Artificial Intelligence:

  1. Thinking humanly – cognitive science
  2. Thinking rationally – logic
  3. Acting humanly – turing tesing
  4. Acting rationally – rational agent

Thinking or acting deals with thinking processes or behavior, while humanly or rationally means humanly or to do the right things.

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The AI approach has been taken to such a level where robots and software are communicating with human in their language. In fact the AI’s approach is to act rationally and to build rational agents, and these agents are nothing but the robots and software.

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Gestation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was from 1943-1955, where the AI developed in a cogitative process. First work on AI was started by Warren McCulloch and Walter Pitts in 1943, where the duo developed and worked on artificial neuron model where the neurons where either on or off to function.

“How AI has become an Industry” and entire processes has been given a cobwebbed connection to increase the production and output by many folds. None of the major processes in industries are free from software applications and machines that are guided by codes.

Challenges to be handled in future:

Though this ever growing technology is helping each and every one of us and at the same time it is keeping humans away from the nature and that’s where the natural processes are evolving and leading to a world of so many unexpected disorders, health issues.

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