Artifical Intelligence in the field of computer science is the study, design and engineering of intelligent systems able to perceive their environment and take actions to optimize their chance of success in achieving a goal.

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Algorithm to create an TicTacToe game AI [closed]

What are the algorithms I could use to create an AI for the game TicTacToe. I have already used Alpha–beta pruning and Predictive modelling. What the other good Algorithms I can use to create this AI. ...
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How to solve this problem- Neural Net? Fuzzy? Other?

Hi I have a programming problem that I would like to solve using some artificial intelligence technique. I really dont know where to start. I would like some guidance as to what methodology to pursue. ...
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Algorithm to analyse and predict

I'm having a set of data's, say Question, Question's Main Category,Main Category followers, Question's Related Categories,Each Related Categories followers, Whether it got answer in 24hrs [Yes/No] ...
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Building a tool to fix compiler errors automagically [closed]

When a program doesn't compile, error messages are sometimes esoteric. Often a simple Google search leading to a site like stack exchange solves the problem. Now why can't we automate this? How ...
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Getting started with AI (Artificial Intelligence) [closed]

I recently got interested in Artificial Intelligence. In my daily life I am a software engineer at a company that develops mobile apps. I am wondering what is the best way to read up on AI? What are '...
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Getting started with object detection - Image segmentation algorithm

Just getting started on a hobby object-detection project. My aim is to understand the underlying algorithms and to this end the overall accuracy of the results is (currently) more important than ...
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Subsumption architecture vs. perceptual control theory

I'm a new person to AI field and I have to research and compare two different architectures for a thesis I'm writing. Before you scream (homework thread), I've been reading on these two topics only ...
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Algorithm, AI, or intelligent agent suggestions for ingesting poorly-formatted & variable data from different document types

Thanks for looking! Background I have been tasked with writing a program to normalize and ingest data from various sources to a common database. For the sake of simplicity, let's say that the ...
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How does one generate challenging different puzzles like the one in AirLock android game [closed]

here's the link of the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iatll.airlock I had studied AI in the final year of b.tech cs programme, and i do remember some algorithm of ...
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Looking for companies with strong R&D departments, specifically for A.I., but I can't seem to find many. Are there only a handful? [closed]

I plan to get a PhD in CS, concentrating in some subfield of artificial intelligence, not sure which one at the moment. I'm looking into R&D departments in industry, but there don't seem to be ...
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Machine Learning with sample data set

I have a question regarding Machine Learning in general. Consider the following scenario: Given a piece of text, we want a program to know whether the text is 'abusive' or not. To do this we can ...
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I don't understand value iteration

In class I am learning about value iteration and markov decision problems, we are doing through the UC Berkley pac-man project, so I am trying to write the value iterator for it and as I understand it,...
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Can a neural network provide more than “yes” or “no” answers?

Every example neural network for image recognition I've read about produces a simple "yes" or "no" answer. One exit node corresponds to "Yes, this is a human face," and one corresponds to "No, this ...
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Under which area of Artificial Intelligence is my knowledge store?

I've a maturing idea regarding a knowledge store. For the purposes of this question, the store would be used by a police force for the recording and querying of crimes. I believe that historically,...
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Tasks incorrectly categorized with online text classifiers

Context: Finding company to do the job The use case of an application I want to write is that a user will describe a task to be performed by some company, e.g., I want to move 10 boxes (...
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Language for Chess Position Evaluation (experimental) [closed]

My aim is to, via pattern analysis and statistics, (as well as piece mobility and position) build a chess position evaluation analyzer (rather than simply going brute force ply-searching). Id like ...
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Event driven language for Robotics [closed]

There are several options that are available like C, C++, Matlab and some more. But is there a language that naturally feels like Event programming? For example: If I see a red ball (Event) ---> Do ...
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Type of AI to tackle this problem?

I posted this on stackoverflow but want to get your recommendations as well as a user on overflow recommended I post it here. I'm going to say from the beginning that I am not a programmer, I have a ...
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Ways of Gathering Event Information From the Internet [closed]

What are the best ways of gathering information on events (any type) from the internet ? Keeping in mind that different websites will present information in different ways. I was thinking 'smart' ...
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Of what significance is the solution to the game of checkers in AI research?

I have been doing some research into artificial intelligence and I came across a 2007 paper titled "Checkers is Solved" on the game of checkers being solved by AI techniques after more than 16 years ...
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Recent programming language for AI? [closed]

For a few decades the programming language of choice for AI was either Prolog or LISP, and a few more others that are not so well known. Most of them were designed before the 70's. Changes happens a ...
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Create association between informations

I deployed a project some days ago that allow to extract some medical articles using the results of a questionnaire completed by a user. For instance, if I reply on questionnaire I'm affected by ...
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Identifying languages used by particular industries [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What technologies are used for Game development now days? I am new to programming and I don't know the differences between the major languages. I desperately want to get ...
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Transaction classification. Artificial intelligence

For a project, I have to classify a list of banking transactions based on their description. Supose I have 2 categories: health and entertainment. Initially, the transactions will have basic ...
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What technology/algorithm should be used to abstract meaning or keywords from a passage of text?

Hi and thanks for looking! Background I have a project wherein I need to abstract meaning from a passage of text to determine what the text is seeking and then match that text to a list of search ...
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How to create a Semantic Network like wordnet based on Wikipedia?

I am an undergraduate student and I have to create a Semantic Network based on Wikipedia. This Semantic Network would be similar to Wordnet(except for it is based on Wikipedia and is concerned with "...
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User intentions analysis

I'm going to work on some project that would do a user-action recognition based on what he/she does in the system. As far as I understand there are two main parts here: Intercept the user actions (...
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What algorithm(s) can be used to achieve reasonably good next word prediction?

What is a good way of implementing "next-word prediction"? For example, the user types "I am" and the system suggests "a" and "not" (or possibly others) as the next word. I am aware of a method that ...
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Some Insight on the Field of Knowledge Representations and Reasoning [closed]

I started following an MS in computer sciences after about two years of work for a software company. I worked primarily in data warehousing and business intelligence related software development ...
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Evolutionary behavioural programming resources [closed]

A while ago I made Conway's Game of Life. I'd like to make something similar (in C++), where each cell would exhibit behaviours such as: Movement Reproduction Killing of other cells (moving onto ...
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What's the best/most efficent way to create a semi-intelligent AI for a tic tac toe game?

basically I am attempting to make a a efficient/smallish C game of Tic-Tac-Toe. I have implemented everything other then the AI for the computer so far. my squares are basically structs in an array ...
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What makes a language more suited to Artificial Intelligence? [closed]

I've always read that LISP is well suited for Artificial Intelligence, but I never found out why.
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How to create an Intelligent Agent [closed]

I am currently doing my Honours in Computer Science and taking Artificial Intelligence as a subject. As part of completing the subject I have to develop my own basic intelligent agent. I have yet to ...
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Programming a chatterbot - understanding language [closed]

I hope this is an answerable question. Let me give it some context: I am a psychology student and a programmer. I'm going to look into creating a artificial intelligence in the form of a chatterbot. ...
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What is the required background to apply Machine Learning to Finance?

I'm interested in machine learning in relations to the stock market (predicting future values of stocks etc). What topics would I need to learn - e.g. what branch of AI to look into etc? and what ...
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Searching for entity awareness in 3D space algorithm and data structure

I'm trying to do some huge AI system just for the fun and I've come to this problem. How can I let the AI entities know about each other without getting the CPU to perform redundant and costly work? ...
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What's the best way to learn image processing? [closed]

I'm a senior in college that hasn't done much image processing before (except for some basic image compression on smartphones). I'm starting a research project on machine learning next semester that ...
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Should I get a Math bachelors and then go into Computer Science? [closed]

This is my first question. I love Mathematics; I love the logic and the problem solving. At the same time, I enjoy Computer Science and hope to go into Artificial Intelligence research after I get my ...
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How to do TDD for something with many permutations?

When creating a system like an AI, which can take many different paths very quickly, or really any algorithm that has several different inputs, the possible result set can contain a large number of ...
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The relation between Business Rules Engines and Constraint Programming languages

If one looks at (perhaps older) manuals of Drools or some other rule engines, one of the illustrations of their added value is solving puzzles such as the Miss Manners puzzle (manual of Drools). Now, ...
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What is the difference between artificial intelligence (AI) and swarm intelligence?

I understand that when we try to implement swarm intelligence, it basically has multiple independent units communicating and with each other. What I am unsure of is if swarm intelligence an extension ...
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Is there a reason for initial overconfidence of scientists and engineers working on artificial intelligence in the 1960s?

I just started an AI & Data Mining class, and the book. AI Application Programming, starts off with an overview of the history of AI. The first chapter deals with the history of AI from the 1940s ...
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Data Mining Books [closed]

I'm passionate about data mining, I have read some books like Programming Collective Intelligence, and I would like to know more good books, specially practical ones, about data mining in conjunction ...
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Implementing a machine learning algorithm to detect the region of an address

I have 10,000 addresses from a city, which all have a region field in the database. When a new address is entered, then I want my software to automatically detect the region of the address . I think ...
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Simple method for reliably detecting code in text?

GMail has this feature where it will warn you if you try to send an email that it thinks might have an attachment. Because GMail detected the string see the attached in the email, but no actual ...
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Why is Prolog good for AI programming? [closed]

I am researching programming languages used for AI programming. I know that LISP is taught as an AI programming language in my university, but Prolog rarely is. I am kind of fond of Prolog, but I'm ...
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Good introduction to artificial intelligence? [closed]

I have been told that as part of my degree year I will be learning about Artificial Intelligence. My lecturers have recommended a couple of books: Artificial Intelligence: A Systems Approach (...
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Are there any A.I. resources that explain the concepts and present source code?

Are there any A.I. resources that explain the concepts and present source code, similarly to AI Horizon? I've read books and research papers but they generally present a conceptual approach, without ...
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Genetic programming [closed]

I recently was browsing Reddit and came across a post linking to a "JavaScript genetic algorithm" example. I've really been fascinated with the concepts of genetic algorithms and programming, however ...
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Can symbolic AI 'learn' a data model?

Perceptrons, a simple form of supervised machine learning, must be trained with a set of known good inputs before they can "learn" by adjusting internal weights assigned to inputs, based on the ...