Taking A Look At Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence is the theory and development of computer systems that are able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as, visual perception, speech recognition, decision making and translation between languages. In the aspects of Artificial Intelligence are the ability to interact with the environment through sensory. This means that the A.I. (Artificial Intelligence), of choice, has the ability to make decisions in unforeseen circumstances without any human intervention.
Finance major, Mr. Welch emphasized "As technology advances it opens doors for all kinds of possibilities." However advanced technology becomes, Artificial Intelligence has improved drastically from modern technology to what is possible in
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Only two years after the appearance of integrated circuits, the
Intel Corporation introduced microprocessor chips that led to large-scale integrated circruity (LSI) and very- large-scale integrated circruity (VLSI). More importantly, LSI and
VLSI heightened the scientists interest in the development of Artificial Intelligence. A modern day example of the scientific chip can be shown by the United States Military
Drones. Drones are an aircraft that uses computer technology to fly from point to point without a pilot on the inside. The key ingredient in a Drone is the autopilot, a technology that first came into se as flying aid in the 1930s. In starting with commercial jetliner, pilots could set waypoints and the autopilot would fly an entire route. Only sixty years later in the 1990s, aerospace technology could automate an entire flight, including takeoff and landing. The brain of the autopilot in the Drones- the "embedded compute", or single-chip microprocessor. Thanks to the scientific chip the U.S. Military is able to use the Drone to fly to a certain location, hunt down, and wipe out the enemy without sending a pilot in a

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