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How is AI different from general intelligence?

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This section of "Ask INDIAai'' allows users to submit questions and receive responses. The expert staff of INDIAai will respond to your inquiries. What is AI in gaming? AI in gaming is not limited to games featuring AI characters. Instead, using artificial intelligence to create more responsive, adaptable, and demanding games is of greater importance.


Step Into AI. What is Artificial Intelligence?

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In simple terms the AI or the Artificial Intelligence means the replicating the Human Intelligence. In deeply the artificial intelligence is a large concept that spread through a huge domain. Actually I assume there is no domain when we come to the AI, because it spread in each and every domain that exists. So, the artificial intelligence is the theory and development of computer systems with the ability to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision making and translation between languages. Also there are another two concepts that goes with AI very closely.


AI and you: The good, the bad and the ugly

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Machine learning has come a long way since computer scientists began taking an interest in programming a computer to play chess in the 1940s. It was only in 1997 that IBM's Deep Blue supercomputer became the first machine to beat then-reigning world chess champion Gary Kasparov. Since then researchers have been finding ways to make artificial intelligence (AI) more sophisticated and smarter, which prompts the question: Are humans at risk of being replaced by AI? The future of "static" chatbots, the kind that everyone finds annoying because it gives a set of templated answers, may be a thing of the past, as researchers at OpenAI have trained a model dubbed ChatGPT to interact in a conversational manner. The AI research and deployment company claims that the dialogue-based AI chatbot can provide lengthy answers to various questions, write a song on any topic (try eggs), create slogans and even help to debug programs.


AI-powered Chinese chess robot triumphs over grandmasters

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SenseRobot, a physical artificial intelligence-powered robot, made Chinese chess history recently when it beat two professional human rivals, during a livestreamed event to an audience of 850,000. The SenseRobot AI Xiangqi Championship, which was held in Shanghai, was the first Chinese chess competition that has featured an AI-powered robot that plays Chinese chess face to face with human grandmasters. Co-hosted by leading artificial intelligence software company SenseTime, developer of SenseRobot, and Shanghai Chess Academy, the championship had the robot play against Xie Jing, a world champion, and Gu Bowen, a national youth champion. SenseRobot beat Gu at a level-16 game, while Xie failed in his challenge against the robot in a game at level 26, the most difficult level of the game. "Unlike traditional AI Chinese chess software, I was most impressed with SenseRobot's agility and steady operation, as well as its ability to calmly play the game, just like a real player," said Xie, who is an apprentice of legendary grandmaster Hu Ronghua and currently serves as a coach and player for the Shanghai Chinese Chess Team.


How do you even cheat in chess? Artificial intelligence and Morse code

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It's the story that has rocked chess and shown no sign of abating. The cheating scandal which has engulfed the sport, involving five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen, is all anyone is talking about. On Monday, Carlsen explicitly accused fellow grandmaster and rival Hans Niemann of cheating for the first time in a lengthy statement on Twitter. The accusation comes weeks after the Norwegian withdrew from the Sinquefield Cup in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 19 following his surprise defeat to the American. "When Niemann was invited last minute to the 2022 Sinquefield Cup, I strongly considered withdrawing prior to the event. I ultimately chose to play," Carlsen wrote.


How do you even cheat in chess? Artificial intelligence and Morse code

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It's the story that has rocked chess and shown no sign of abating. The cheating scandal which has engulfed the sport, involving five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen, is all anyone is talking about. On Monday, Carlsen explicitly accused fellow grandmaster and rival Hans Niemann of cheating for the first time in a lengthy statement on Twitter. The accusation comes weeks after the Norwegian withdrew from the Sinquefield Cup in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 19 following his surprise defeat to the American. "When Niemann was invited last minute to the 2022 Sinquefield Cup, I strongly considered withdrawing prior to the event. I ultimately chose to play," Carlsen wrote.


How do you even cheat in chess? Artificial intelligence and Morse code - KTVZ

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It's the story that has rocked chess and shown no sign of abating. The cheating scandal which has engulfed the sport, involving five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen, is all anyone is talking about. On Monday, Carlsen explicitly accused fellow grandmaster and rival Hans Niemann of cheating for the first time in a lengthy statement on Twitter. The accusation comes weeks after the Norwegian withdrew from the Sinquefield Cup in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 19 following his surprise defeat to the American. "When Niemann was invited last minute to the 2022 Sinquefield Cup, I strongly considered withdrawing prior to the event. I ultimately chose to play," Carlsen wrote.


Chess Is Just Poker Now

The Atlantic - Technology

It was as if a bottom seed had knocked out the top team in March Madness: At the Sinquefield Cup chess tournament in St. Louis earlier this month, an upstart American teenager named Hans Niemann snapped the 53-game unbeaten streak of world champion Magnus Carlsen, perhaps the game's best player of all time. But the real uproar came the following day, when Carlsen posted a cryptic tweet announcing his withdrawal that included a meme video stating, "If I speak I am in big trouble." The king appeared to have leveled an unspoken accusation of cheating--and the chess world, in turn, exploded. Some of the biggest names in chess launched attacks on Niemann in the subsequent days, while others rushed to defend him. Niemann, by his own recent admission, has cheated at online chess at least twice before, when he was 12 and 16 years old.


From statistical learning to acting and thinking in an imagined space

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"If we really want to build a machine on the verge of human-level intelligence, we need to ditch current statistical and data-driven learning paradigm in favour of a causal-based approach." In the 1970s and early 1980s, computer scientists believed that the manipulation of symbols provided a priori by humans was sufficient for computer systems to exhibit intelligence and solve seemingly hard problems. This hypothesis came to be known as the symbol-rule hypothesis. However, despite some initial encouraging progress, such as computer chess and theorem proving, it soon became apparent that rule-based systems could not solve problems that appear seemingly simple to humans. "It is comparatively easy to make computers exhibit adult level performance […] and difficult or impossible to give them the skills of a one-year-old".


La veille de la cybersécurité

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ARTIFICIAL intelligence systems have mastered some of mankind's best creations and natural intuitions. These AI systems notched some of the first wins for the machines. Artificial intelligence and table games make a good pair because humans have been trying to develop perfect tactics for strategy games for decades or even centuries. Chess is "known as a game that requires strategy, foresight, logic--all sorts of qualities that make up human intelligence," IBM researcher Murray Campbell told Scientific American. Campbell and a team developed Deep Blue, a six-foot supercomputer that defeated chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov in a six-game series in 1997.