Coined by John McCarthy, the term “Artificial Intelligence” was first used in 1956. AI has gradually come to be used extensively, wherever the same was found to be applicable.
Simulating human intelligence, Artificial Intelligence or AI is an integral part of computer systems. The top programming languages for AI are – Python, R, Lisp, Prolog, and Java.
AI enables computers to learn, reason, and self-correct. That is, behave as like a human as possible.
While Artificial Intelligence or AI is often used along with Machine Learning or ML, they are two separate things. Implemented within the system itself, AI is best described as the study of ways and means of training computers so that they are able to do those things which a human can do better at the moment.
ML, on the other hand, is the learning which involves a machine learning on its own without being specifically programmed for the same. In ML, the system can learn automatically, improving from its own experiences.
While AI and ML are not the same thing, ML can definitely benefit from AI.
Recognizing the importance of AI, many nations are focusing on stepping up the funding and research in AI.
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AI at all possible levels is essential for getting a cutting edge in technology. The adoption of AI is indeed a common goal for all nations – the under-developed, the developing, as well as the developed.
Currently, AI is dominated by a so-called “duopoly” of China and America. While the other countries are gradually catching up, they still have a long way to go when it comes to Artificial Intelligence.
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