Artificial Intelligence Technology
With the research and development of artificial intelligence, he seeks to not only simulate but to supplement human thinking with a self-learning computer program.
At the scientific conference in Dartmouth, M. Minsky, J. McCarthy, A. Newell, and HA Simon were the first to speak of “artificial intelligence.” The definition often cited for artificial intelligence was given by one of the founders of the subject, Marvin Minsky, in 1966: “Artificial Intelligence is the science of making machines do things that would require intelligence if done by humans.” So, it is determined that artificial intelligence is a science and secondly that machines can take over human jobs that require human intelligence.
This device can solve simple problems. However, the results of the research apparatus cannot be generalized. In this case, Joseph Weizenbaum, an MIT researcher, simulated a therapy session. In the following years young science continued to be developed, which was produced by MYCIN in the early 1970s in another innovative system based on AI. The MYCIN is able to help doctors with diagnoses.
Advances in systems with artificial intelligence have been fueled by ever-increasing memory capabilities and computer processor performance. Another highlight is IBM’s “Deep Blue” supercomputer, which was developed in the 1990s. This system is no longer based solely on human input, but can also learn on its own. The computer was able to play chess in 1997 with the current world champion. After six games, the computer wins.
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