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Question 1:What are the negative effects Artificial Intelligence could have on the world?
Based on these sources I believe the perceived negative futures and outcomes of artificial intelligence are straight out of a science fiction movie. This is because when most people hear the word AI they think of scary robots with red eyes which is a misconceived stigma that surrounds AI. People tend to be afraid of the unknown and fear tends to sell these negative views of AI which have spread like wildfire. Multiple sources suggest that an impact of AI is the increase automation within industries which removes the need for human operation of machinery. I can understand the fear of
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)
Good morning to my teacher and fellow classmates. Every day, a large portion of our population is at the mercy of a rising technology, yet few actually understand what it is.
Artificial intelligence. You know, like in the movie iRobot and Terminator ?
Thanks to books, movies and pop references, our society has formed its own fantasy of a world ruled by robots. We’ve been conditioned to expect flying cars and robotic maids whipping up our weekday dinner.
But if the age of AI is here, why don’t our lives look more like the Jetsons?
Well, for starters, that’s a cartoon. And really, if you’ve ever browsed Netflix movie suggestions or told Siri to book you an uber
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Good morning, everyone. Today I’m here to offer you something about artificial intelligence.
When I got my offer from BFSU, some of my relatives told me, “Learning language does no help to your job seeking. One of the WeChat articles says that machine translation will take over interpreters in the very near future.” I know that their skepticism is out of care and concern for me. They thought it would be difficult to make it as an interpreter. And even myself used to share the same concern about my future career, as an English learner.
We all know machine translation, you type in words or sentences, and the machine says “Here’s the translation”. Easy and quick, right? Well, I think that for
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SCMS – 4510 – 001
Dr. Bradford Eichhorn
November 21, 2018
Key Definitions of AI
In our everyday lives the growing abilities and applications of computer is expanding drastically, and the role of computers has been inverted. At the beginning computers role was only to understand what humans programmed it to understand and do; however, today we are learning more and more from computers than they are able to input into it. So, what is Artificial Intelligence? AI has become a big controversy by those who fear that it will evolve in ways that can only cause danger to us, while others believe it can improve our communities in ways that we
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TECH 393 Technology in World Civilization
May 16, 2019
In college homework becomes an everyday part of life. It’s expected that for every hour in class a person should spend two outside working on either homework or studying for that class. If person is taking three classes then this would amount to 6 hours of work every day, and 30 hours a week, not including class time. Class time plus expected study/homework time would amount to more hours in a week than a full-time job. A solution to reduce the workload of students could be using a progressing field of technology, artificial intelligence. With advanced enough artificial intelligence, it could be possible for a
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Artificial intelligence has been the subject of many bad '80'smovies and countless science fiction novels. But what happens when weseriously consider the question of computers that think. Is it possible forcomputers to have complex thoughts, and even emotions, like homo sapien? Thispaper will seek to answer that question and also look at what attempts are beingmade to make artificial intelligence (hereafter called AI) a reality.Before we can investigate whether or not computers can think, it isnecessary to establish what exactly thinking is. Examining the three maintheories is sort of like examining three religions. None offers enough support soas to effectively eliminate the possibility of
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15 March 2018
The Age of Artificial Intelligence
People have always relied on technology to make life easier. As time has passed, new
technology has been created with the intent of bringing benefits to society. Artificial intelligence
is a piece of technology that is expected to change the way the world runs. Developers have
already begun to work on AI. There are even some forms of AI in everyday life such as Siri and
Alexa. However, developers are looking to create artificial intelligence that goes far beyond
that. Artificial intelligence is meant to have the capacity of mimicking the human brain. AI will
simply have the
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coworkers, he strolled out of the bathroom, gesturing goodbye as he entered the elevator. Heading for the third-floor café was a daily ritual for Gordon, entailing impatience and suffering in the glacial pang of pain that preceded his caffeine injection. Coffee in hand, he hurried away and grabbed a seat next to a large, blue, hazy window. As he sipped away, Gordon had a marvelous view of the Central Securities Exchange, where every single share in America was being traded. Years ago, this place was managed by finance workers running around in a rush-hour frenzy; but now, it just housed a few engineers and P.R.I.S.M. – the artificial intelligence in charge of managing the market. Apart from
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Life must stay the way it is or should it?
We spend a great time studying history when let’s face it, it is mostly the history of stupidity so it’s a welcome change that people are instead studying the future of artificial intelligence. Intelligence is essential to what it means to be human, everything that our civilization has accomplish is a product of human intelligence, form learning to grow food to understanding the cosmos.
I believe there is no deep difference that more can be achieved by artificial intelligence to what can be achieved by a biological brain. It there for follows that computers can in theory amplify the human intelligence and/or exceed it. Artificial
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The Future of Artificial Intelligence
University of Windsor
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April 12th, 2019
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a multidisciplinary field of technology transforming the nature of activities presently exercised through human intelligence. Recent successes of AI include topics which surpass ideas of small home devices and extends into developments of high performing robots and security diagnostics and is in many ways connected to other enhancements in human kind. For example, employment, economy, communication, warfare, privacy, security, ethics, healthcare etc. However, we are yet to see how this will
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. Cell phones can make significant security and management challenges, particularly in the event that they hold private data or can get to the corporate system. Creating a mobile device action plan would require users to password-protect their devices, code information, and install security apps to avoid hackers from thieving data while the phone is on a public network.
2. In the article 60 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2019, predictions offered by cybersecurity experts were grouped under six categories. Select a category and summarize the key points.
Artificial intelligence is a dual-use technology. In 2019, black hat hackers and cybercriminals will make malignant chatbots that endeavor to
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intelligences, we will still be
wondering alone, searching for meaning and purpose of life.
Two major advancements are expected in the next century. These are Artificial Intelligence and
Nano technology. In a hundred years, we will have smart enough programs that will drive cars, fly
planes, navigate ships, operate on human bodies and do house works like cooking and laundry.
However, AI will not be anything like we tend to believe and ASI will be restricted to discussion tables.
Computers, laptops and smart phones will be replaced by something much more sleek, simple and
In 100 years life for humans will be very different. We will be a world filled with Electronics,
Smart robots, Solar cars and Artificial intelligences. Even though we will have everything we will still be
humans that are lost and alone, searching for meaning and purpose for life. We can all have guess on
what the world will be like in hundred years, but, we will never know until we get there.
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Artificial Intelligence (Article)Artificial Intelligence (AI), a term that in its broadest sense would indicate the ability of an artifact to perform the same kinds of functions that characterize human thought. The possibility of developing some such artifact has intrigued human beings since ancient times. With the growth of modern science, the search for AI has taken two major directions: psychological and physiological research into the nature of human thought, and the technological development of increasingly sophisticated computing systems.In the latter sense, the term AI has been applied to computer systems and programs capable of performing tasks more complex than straightforward
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Theories suggested by Ray Kurzweil in his book “The Age of Spiritual Machines” explore the way
in which the complexity of technological advances is predicted to permanently alter human
relationships through artificial intelligence. These theories have inspired me to embrace these
advances and push the boundaries of my own imagination. As the Earth’s resources are running
out at an exponential rate, designers now face a challenge with designing sustainably which, has
lead me to try to overcome this obstacle. Product Design Engineering merges my contrasting
interests in both Sciences and Arts, and allows me to look at design from a more holistic point of
view, not simply aesthetic.
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intelligent than its creator. And so, too, will the intelligence that we are creating come to exceed the intelligence of its creator; the Law of Accelerating Returns predicts it.Alan Turing, a British mathematician who helped crack Germany's Enigma code during World War II, was on the forefront of artificial intelligence. He devised a test, duly called the Turing Test, in which a human judge interviews both a computer and one or more human foils using terminals. If the human judge is unable to reliably unmask the computer, then the computer wins. In Turing view, thinking involves conscious intentions.The human brain has about 100 billion neurons. With about 1000 connections between each neuron
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investigating it more. Doctor Nemur’s over-ambitiousness, and also “a shrew of a whife… could become famous” (p6) causes him to want to become famous for inventing a surgical procedure for artificial intelligence. The two doctors, being concentrated on the initial period of intellectual progression, were both unaware of the rapid regression that would occur to the subject. However, this was not revealed until the subjects were actually in the stage of mental regression, meaning that the dangers of the experiment could not be discerned until it is observed that it has happened. This occurs in the story as “Everyone is upset… may mean” (p10) when Algernon’s behaviour begins to change. This
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syllogistic sumary of computer's abilities well done.Can Computers understand?1) Thinking is the hallmark of understanding.2) Only special machines can think.3) If something can think it can understand.4) Only special machines that can think can understand.5) "Mental" states and their resulting actions are products of the center of activity (brain).6) To understand, thoughts must be produced by the brain.7) A computer's mental states and events are controlled by a program.8) The program is not a product of the computer.9) A computer does not produce "thoughts" in its brain.10) A computer cannot understand.John Searle addresses the point of the ability of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to
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A WHAT IS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT OPERATING AS A FIRM TODAY IN TERMS OF MARKETPLACE THREATS TO ONE’S SECURITY?
The world has become a global village, everything, everyone, and every business is now interrelated. Any firm that chooses to operate in isolation and not move with the trend is likely to fizzle out of business.
The emerging changes in technology today has brought about changes in the way businesses are been run. Prior to the emergence of the internet and the new innovation like the internet of things, artificial intelligence, data mining and cloud computing to mention but a few. Business owners were not prone to the kind of security threats that accompany operating
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A biometric technique fulfills two main aspects of Information security which is needed for privacy as well as the security of information: 1) Identification 2) Authentication. Now, Cognitive Biometric technique is developed which is working on brain response. Other biometric technologies are currently developing which are based on the way of walking, hand veins, odor and palm prints.
Very soon, biometric technology will be the most secure and reliable solutions of all security threats which we are facing recently. Artificial Intelligence will also play an important role to establish most secure and reliable biometric techniques.
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creature as being somewhat similar to artificial intelligence and robots. AI and robots can learn, can speak. If advanced enough, they can create their own behaviours. However, ultimately, they aren’t human.
Biology, morals, spiritualism, genetics. These are some ideas around human nature. As mentioned earlier, the creature was never born, and therefore no genetics to speak of. He appears to lack a moral compass, showing no remorse for the deaths he’s caused. In fact, even as he killed a young child, he expressed delight.
The child still struggled, and loaded me with epithets which carried despair to my heart; I grasped his throat to silence him, and in a moment he lay dead at my feet, I gazed