Articles about ai
Movies such as War Games and Terminator have been provoked the question, can machines take the place of humans? In the past works of science fiction have proven to be predictors for future developments such as Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (1931) in which things like the helicopter were described many years before their actual development. Of course the same works of fiction often get a lot wrong, they are fiction after all.
Before going into the actual advantages and disadvantages for artificial intelligence, it would be best to come up with a clear idea and definition of what exactly constitutes 'artificial intelligence', better known as "AI".
Uniwar is an interesting addition to the App Store's list of strategy games. But how well does it stack up?
Genre: Turn based strategy
Players: Offline single player vs AI / Online Multiplayer via Internet
Price: $0.99 - You can't beat this price for a paid iPod Touch / iPhone application from...
“Her” is a movie that falls in the drama/comedy genre and features the story of a working man that falls for the intelligent operating system on his computer. The movie was produced by the director Spike Jonze and starred Joaquin Phoenix as the main character. The voice of the...
Call of Duty Modern Warfare and its recent successor, Modern Warfare 2, it's not surprising that developers are aiming for similar things these two games achieved and what they think made these game such phenomenons. Crazy, over-the-top moments, ranking, customizing, and rewarding systems dominant in Call of Duty games...
Adaptive learning is a type of artificial intelligence system where learning is personalized according to the needs of each individual student. Unfortunately, these systems are currently expensive and they require datasets tha are not easy to come by. Plus research has not yet proved its effectiveness. This technology has not demonstrated its worth yet, since a large investment is needed upfront.
The world we live in changes on a daily basis; what used to take a decade to flip how we go about our lives on its head now takes a couple of years. In this ever-accelerating technological environment we find ourselves in, it's worth keeping tabs on what's on the horizon. This article sheds some light a technology that has emerged from being the domain of science ficiton to meeting us face-to-face in our daily lives, namely artificial intelligence.
On top of having a simple present and future tense, Spanish has two simple past tenses: preterite and imperfect. The word "simple" means that they are the basic past tenses, not that they are necessarily easy to understand. They are simple in that they don't have helping verbs to...
The Departure is the first book in a new series, The Owner. Set in the future, probably the 22nd or 23rd century, Earth is a dystopian world governed by the Committee, an elite formed from the two powers that created the world government, Pan Europa and the Asian Alliance.
Total War: Rome II is the latest edition to Creative Assembly's long beloved and time-sucking Total War series. For fans of the series, the months, days, and hours oozed by as this game slowly chugged towards its release date of September 3rd, 2013. Now that it is here, it seems as though the game should not have been as anticipated as it was. Those familiar with the original Rome: Total War will feel at home with much of how the game is conducted. The game follows the annals of history, players shouldn't expect a lot of change to the general plot. Much of the same factions are present as in the first game, as well as many of the same mechanics. In fact, much of Creative Assembly's efforts seemed to be making the game more beautiful as well as tweaking some of the gameplay of the original to fix the problems it had and make the end game more manageable. Overall, it feels much like the first game in a shiny new wrapper. Not that that is a bad thing.
Here's one quick way the technological singularity, strong AI (or "artificial general intelligence") could happen, to convince even the most skeptical of readers that it is absolutely possible.
We all love the taste of something sweet - whether it be a slice of cake, biscuit or just a bit of sugar in our afternoon tea. As the famous Mary Poppins saying goes, 'A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down'. But how good is sugar for us and what natural alternatives are available?