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    The ontogenesis of machines into sentient beings is a direct consequence of the machine’s ability to learn, react and adapt to the changes in its environment. My goal is to use machine learning and artificial intelligence to create perceptive systems and solutions that are scalable, replicable and sustainable. My decision to study machine learning and AI is a culmination of my experience in a multitude of fields. My tryst with computers began in high school when we were asked to develop software that made learning enjoyable. By virtue of being a student, I knew that in order for a concept to be better understood it was necessary for the teaching methods to be interactive. Therefore I developed software in C++ that used visual aids which made…

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    used branches of artificial intelligence is machine learning. Machine learning strives for the machines to be able to learn without being explicitly program. Machine learning algorithms hold great importance in many fields. They are being used to create healthcare…

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    INTRODUCTION: The ability of a machine to act and react like humans and resemble the intelligence like them is Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is not a system but it is embedded inside the system like computer. It is a broad branch of computer science which defines the study of intelligent agents. Like humans, the machines also perceive its environment and take the actions accordingly to achieve their goals. The term “Artificial Intelligence” is applied when a machine mimics “cognitive”…

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    AI: Machine Learning By Taha Shakeel, B12101132 [1]Artificial Intelligence is a part of computer science. We can define it as something other than ourselves example a machine, depicting intelligence. The word intelligence is vague and does not provide with a solid explanation as to what is intelligence. It can be summed up to say a computational model displaying rationality, human like behavior. It can also be thought of as “The extension of human intelligence through the use of computers, as in…

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    STATEMENT OF PURPOSE My motivation to study machine perception is a long-term passion for mathematics, programming, and the human brain. Before knowing much about machine intelligence, my primary motivation was to take part and securing the first place in Bangladesh Mathematical Olympiad for three times. Following this achievement, I graduated in Electrical Engineering taking major classes on theoretical signal processing at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. Additionally, I…

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    The Semantic Gap

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    Overview of the Semantic Gap - What is it? The semantic gap is the difference between human perception of observations, activities, and objects and their computational or machine-based representations(). It is a split between high level features, or semantic information, and low-level features, of which there are many types. High-level features can include keywords, concepts, categories, or ontologies - virtually all things that lead to determining meanings of text-based information and…

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    Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the science and engineering of making computer machines able to perform tasks which normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, and translation between languages. AI is the area of computer science focusing on creating machines that can engage on behaviors that humans consider intelligent. It is the branch of computer science that aims to create intelligent machines. Artificial intelligence is the simulation of…

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    But there have also been studies on the consequences of such intelligent machines such as taking over humans jobs; a study conducted in 2013 investigated ”how susceptible are jobs to computerization” and claims that within few decades 47 percent of todays jobs will be taken over by automation. Herbert Simon once said “Machines will be capable, within twenty years, of doing any work a man can do”. Which then raises the question; if machines can do almost any work a man can do, what would humans…

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    With the deeper study on these specific topic and thoroughly discussions with professor and graduate student, I became interested in deep learning and the wide use of surveillance camera drove me determine to focus action recognition. Deep learning, which aims to achieve intelligence in machines, and the field of Neural Networks, which mimic the properties of biological neurons, are powerful tools which can make computer think as human, recognize the movement and respond promptly. After weeks…

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    Since the dawn of innovation in artificial intelligence, there have been many people concerned about the machines becoming far too powerful. Michael R. LaChat affirms this concern in his article titled “Artificial Intelligence and Ethics: An Exercise in the Moral Imagination,” stating that we must be careful to not overstep our boundaries and most notably “Don’t play God.” This fear, while supported by pop culture media, is already being accounted for. Industry professionals like Google’s…

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