What is artificial intelligence and how its works?

By Subham Roy | Views: 1390

Humans are more intelligent than other animals on our planet. They became tired after a long period. We can't upgrade ourselves by putting some logical code inside our brains or changing our body parts to become strong. But the machines can do it.

 

John McCarthy was an American computer scientist and known as the father of Artificial intelligence. He first used the word "Artificial intelligence" in his conference meeting in 1996.

 

We, humans, are trying to make our Artificial existence by giving it the same intelligence as we have. These days, we use this Human changing existence technology. Artificial intelligence is like a newborn baby. It doesn't have an idea about any languages, behaviour, thinking abilities, feelings etc. But we can teach them by using machine learning, How to behave, talk and give them some decision-making abilities and how to respond to someone's question using their intelligence.

 

We use many things based on Artificial intelligence. An iPhone assistance called "Siri" and for Android Phones assistance called "google", and Alexa but these days, we have all heard about the Tesla cars are also based on Artificial intelligence. Inside the vehicle, there is a pilot mode that helps to drive the car automatically without someone sitting in the driving seat.

 

To develop this type of Artificial intelligence you need to learn Python. Python is an interpreted high-level general-purpose programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability with its use of significant indentation. Its language constructs as well as its object-oriented approach aim to help programmers write clear, logical code for small and large-scale projects.

 

How does Artificial intelligence work?

Before understanding the working of A.I, firstly, we need to understand our brain called the Human brain. The brain sends and receives chemical and electrical signals throughout the body. Different signals control different processes, and your brain interprets each. Some make you feel tired, for example, while others make you feel pain. The neurons have two ends, one to receive signals and another to send signals. The same rule followed by the Artificial intelligence technology: the programmer creates numbers of Artificial neurons that behave the same as the Humans neurons from one side of the neurons get information and process it inside by complex logical programs and then give output according to the program.


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