A. There is no specific age to learn anything. Since we all know that Artificial Intelligence is the future, we should start learning it from a young age.
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A. Artificial intelligence can be divided into two different categories: weak and strong. Weak artificial intelligence embodies a system designed to carry out one particular job. Weak AI systems include video games and personal assistants such as Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri. Strong artificial intelligence systems, on the other hand, are systems that carry on the tasks considered to be human-like. These tend to be more complex and complicated systems. They are programmed to handle situations in which they may be required to problem solve without having a person intervene.
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A. The technology is being applied to many different sectors and industries. AI is being tested and used in the healthcare industry for dosing drugs and different treatment in patients, and for surgical procedures in the operating room. Other examples of machines with artificial intelligence include computers that play chess and self-driving cars.
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A. The goals of artificial intelligence include learning, reasoning, and perception. An AI based machine is programmed to think like humans and mimic their actions with the help of learning and problem-solving on their own. The basic expectation from an AI based software is that it should make the work of humans easier by using its ability to rationalize and take actions that have the best chance of achieving a specific goal.
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A. In 1956, John McCarthy officially coined the term Artificial Intelligence (AI) which was defined as "the science and engineering of making intelligent machines." After a brief lull, termed as ‘AI Winter’, when all progress relating to it’s development had virtually stalled due to technological limitations and shortage of funds, AI started its second innings in the 2000s. Since 2010, AI is progressing well thanks to improvement in computing powers, data volume and advanced algorithms.
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A. Yes there’s a posibility, some companies are working on AI systems that can predict how long an individual will live. They use parameters like cholesterol, inflammation markers, haemoglobin count, albumin levels along with 17 other chemical indicators. Indicators such as photos, videos and audio recordings are also taken into consideration.
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A. Fundamentals are enough to proceed as cost python is very vast. One can simply learn the parts that are relevant to data science and machine learning. Also, one can learn the concepts of machine learning without python. However, to implement those concepts, one needs to learn at least one language.
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A. Artificial Intelligence is the concept of machines being able to carry out tasks in a way that we would consider “smart”. It comprises perception systems, robotics, vision, NLU systems, probabilistic reasoning systems, learning systems etc. No, Machine learning is not similar to Artificial Intelligence, instead it is a branch of artificial intelligence. ML is one of the ways in which we expect to achieve AI.
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A. Python or R are the main languages. However, other languages and technologies like Lisp, Prolog, Java, Matlab and C++ can also be learnt. A good understanding of the concepts in object oriented programming and database technology is recommended.
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A. Yes, AI and ML provide us with the ability to amplify our ability to extract insights from data and perform complex tasks at a large scale. This amplification of our intelligence accelerates our decision making process and enables the individuals to perform tasks that would require teams of people.
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