Making Artificial Intelligence to see the world that humans do

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A Northwestern University team developed a new computational model that performs at human levels on a standard intelligence test. This work is an important step toward making artificial intelligence systems that see and understand the world as humans do. "The model performs in the 75th percentile for American adults, making it better than average," said Northwestern Engineering's Ken Forbus. "The problems that are hard for people are also hard for the model, providing additional evidence that its operation is capturing some important properties of human cognition."The The platform has the ability to solve visual problems and understand sketches in order to give immediate, interactive feedback.


Amzi! inc. Embeddable Extendable Prolog, Logic Server, Knowledge Engineering, Rule Engines, Artificial Intelligence

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Amzi! 10.x is now an open source release. The very stable 9.x release of the software will remain as a supported commercial version. Amzi! Prolog source code debugger showing call stack, variable bindings, source code at a REDO port, index of predicates, and executing code. Amzi! Prolog Logic Server is an embeddable, extendable, highly portable implementation of ISO standard Prolog, including full support for ISO modules enabling large-scale application development. A rule language and reasoning engine that is embeded in Excel, allowing for the development of rule and pattern-matching applications integrated with Excel spreadsheet data.


Louisiana Tech University computer scientist to present groundbreaking research

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IMAGE: Dr. Ben Choi, associate professor of computer science at Louisiana Tech University, will present his research on a groundbreaking new technology that has the potential to revolutionize the computing industry... view more RUSTON, La. - Dr. Ben Choi, associate professor of computer science at Louisiana Tech University, will present his research on a groundbreaking new technology that has the potential to revolutionize the computing industry during a keynote speech next month at the International Conference on Measurement Instrumentation and Electronics. Choi will present on a foundational architecture for designing and building computers, which will utilize multiple values rather than binary as used by current computers. The many-valued logic computers should provide faster computation by increasing the speed of processing for microprocessors and the speed of data transfer between the processors and the memory as well as increasing the capacity of the memory. This technology has the potential to redefine the computing industry, which is constantly trying to increase the speed of computation and, in recent years, has run short of options. By providing a new hardware approach, the technology will push the speed limit of computing using a progressive approach which will move from two values to four values, then to eight values, then to 16 values, and so on.


Search Results for "Artificial intelligence learning" – eLearningworld

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The working-process to accomplish this Forbus explains in the following way: "Given a new situation, the machine will try to retrieve one of its prior stories, looking for analogous sacred values, and decide accordingly."


Making A.I. Systems that See the World as Humans Do

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A Northwestern University team developed a new computational model that performs at human levels on a standard intelligence test. This work is an important step toward making artificial intelligence systems that see and understand the world as humans do. "The model performs in the 75th percentile for American adults, making it better than average," said Northwestern Engineering's Ken Forbus. "The problems that are hard for people are also hard for the model, providing additional evidence that its operation is capturing some important properties of human cognition." The new computational model is built on CogSketch, an artificial intelligence platform previously developed in Forbus' laboratory.