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Artificial Intelligence: Machines, man and intelligence - Analytics Magazine


Discussions of artificial intelligence often veer in strange directions. On the one hand, you have the sort of doomsday scenarios that are staples of science fiction – a disobedient Hal 9000 goes on a killing spree, for instance. Or, at the other end of the spectrum, you have marketing departments adding "A.I." to the most pedestrian of electronic devices in an attempt to capitalize on media hype. Thank you, but my toaster does not need A.I. [1]. To better understand what A.I. is, and isn't, this first installment in the series will examine the technology's development from its most basic building blocks, starting with a reflection on the fundamental differences between machines, mankind and the notion of intelligence itself.

Chinese AI will develop Chinese artificial consciousness


If the experts are to be believed, AI will develop its own consciousness. A closer look suggests they got it backwards – human consciousness will be embedded in AI. What kind of consciousness will Chinese AI reveal? Philosophers have traditionally debated consciousness along two lines: Plato, Descartes, and modern neuroscience claim that the brain produces consciousness and that it is the result of biological evolution. On the other hand, Indian philosophy, as well as Aristotle and some of those working in quantum physics, argue that consciousness is intrinsic to the universe and that it preceded life. The closest Chinese equivalent to the Western word consciousness is xin, literally "heart-mind." In the Chinese view, xin does not develop naturally but must be cultivated. Xin is rooted in Confucianism, which means it has an ethical connotation. A closer look at xin may shed light on how the Chinese will develop AI, and whether it leads to artificial consciousness.

When artificial intelligence meets human stupidity


Could it be based on the structure and function of the human brain? What makes us what we are? Our learning, Our memories and Our Emotions Which part of our brain is difficult to be replicated? Common sense, Decisions, Intuitions, Free-will, Morality and Consciousness What is our brain made of? A brain is composed of approximately 100 billion neurons.

What Is the Difference Between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning?


In today's buzzword-filled world, the distinction between artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) has become unclear. What is the difference between AI, ML, and DL? Let's find out. Artificial intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm, and has disrupted many industries, such as business intelligence, fintech, science, and many more. As with any other emerging technology, there is considerable hype around AI. In the process of using artificial intelligence as a marketing term, the difference between machine learning and deep learning has become unclear. Due to the similar nature of these terms, there is a lot of confusion surrounding their meaning. What is the Difference between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning?

What is AI? - In a simple way


The simplest way to discuss about AI is by considering the perspective of humans. We know that humans are the most intellectual creatures in this world. So, it is better to compare Artificial Intelligence with Human Intelligence to get a clear vision of AI. AI, a wide branch of Computer Science, is used to create intelligent machines that can recognize human speech, detect objects, solve problems and learn like humans. Humans can write and read text-data in any language.