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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Watson Information Encoding [closed]

IBM's Watson has a lot of book information encoded into a 'database' that Watson searches in real time. Does anyone know how that information is coded? It seems hard to imagine how humans could type ...
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Is there any evidence that lisp actually is better than other languages at artificial intelligence? [closed]

There seems to be a long-held belief (mainly by non-lispers) that lisp is better than most languages at AI. Where did this belief originate? And is there any basis in fact to it?
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What applications for self-adaptive programs can you think of? [closed]

Hey everyone! By self-adaptive programs, I mean the programs which are able to adapt to specific situations. For example they are able to repair them selves or are able to change their behavior ...
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programming an expert system

I need to program an expert system that, according to a series of complex possibilities, returns a well defined result, together with some kind of diagnostic of what that results means. What is the ...
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How to implement software for my vehicle [closed]

I'm developing a Driver Safety Monitoring System which is kind of small software which would be implemented inside a car with connections to few cameras. What I want to know is to implement this ...
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“Gödel, Escher, Bach” still valid today? [closed]

I have just completed a course on computability and logic which was an interesting course. The lecturer recommend a few books on his slides, which include "Gödel, Escher, Bach". I can see the book is ...
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What 's the minimal requirement for a code be considered an AI implementation?

I'd like to know at what point can be considerated an AI implementation? I means, what is the minimal requeriment for that? Can you give a simple code example?
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Programming as a conversation [closed]

I have often wondered if it would be possible to write a programming language that would work as a conversation. I would tell the computer that I want to store coordinates and it would ask what ...