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Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 38 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Lecture 38 of 42 Natural Language Processing,

training BLEU score Experiments by Philipp Koehn Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 38 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Word-Based Statistical MT Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 38 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Statistical MT Systems Spanish Broken English Spanish/English Bilingual Text English Text Statistical Analysis Que hambre tengo yoI am so hungry Translation Model P/


Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 10. MNS Model 1 1 Michael Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial.

movements made by the experimenter or another monkey. F5 is endowed with an observation/execution matching system Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 10. MNS Model 1 4 F5 Motor Neurons F5 Motor Neurons/sees an object with related affordances. Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 10. MNS Model 1 5 What is the mirror system (for grasping) for? Action recognition Understanding (assigning meaning to other’s /


Computer Systems Lab TJHSST Current Projects 2004-2005 Third Period.

is an amalgamation of both group artificial intelligent robots and battery artificial intelligent robots. These groups stay together due/artificial intelligence will find the user controlled robot a turn it toward it and walk. 33 Computer Vision: Edge Detections Vertical diff., Roberts, Sobels Computer Vision: Edge Detections Vertical diff., Roberts, Sobels Michael Feinberg Abstract and paper needed 35 Optimization of a Traffic Signal The purpose of this project is to produce an intelligent transport system/


PSU CS 370 – Artificial Intelligence Dr. Mohamed Tounsi Artificial Intelligence 3. Solving Problems By Searching.

both squares Path Cost: each action costs 1. S1S1 S2S2 S3S3 S6S6 S5S5 S4S4 S7S7 S8S8 PSU CS 370 – Artificial Intelligence Dr. Mohamed Tounsi Real-world problems n Routine finding l Routing in computer networks l Automated travel advisory system l Airline travel planning system l Goal: the best path between the origin and the destination n Travelling Salesperson problem (TSP) l Is a/


10.1 © 2004 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems 8/e Chapter 10 Managing Knowledge for the Digital Firm 10 MANAGING KNOWLEDGE FOR THE DIGITAL.

behave as humans Includes natural language, robotics, perceptive systems, expert systems, and intelligent machinesIncludes natural language, robotics, perceptive systems, expert systems, and intelligent machines ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE What is Artificial Intelligence? 10.25 © 2004 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems 8/e Chapter 10 Managing Knowledge for the Digital Firm Artificial Intelligence:Artificial Intelligence: types of systems that would be able to learn languages and use a perceptual/


Michael Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence

Michael Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence Lecture 21. Reinforcement Learning Reading Assignments:* HBTNN: Reinforcement Learning (Barto) Reinforcement Learning in Motor / that is more informative than the evaluation function implemented by the external critic. “Build the Hill!!” An adaptive critic is a system that learns such an internal evaluation function. Sequential Reinforcement Learning Sequential reinforcement requires improving the long-term consequences of a strategy: Actor/


ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS

words and sentences understandable by a computer 2nd semester 2010 Dr. Qusai Abuein (12.3) The Artificial Intelligence Field Applications of artificial intelligence Robotics and sensory systems Sensory system such as vision systems, tactical systems and signal processing systems. Robots Machines that have the capability of performing manual functions without human intervention An “intelligent” robot has some kind of sensory apparatus, such as a camera, that collects information about the/


10.1 © 2004 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems 8/e Chapter 10 Managing Knowledge for the Digital Firm 10 MANAGING KNOWLEDGE FOR THE DIGITAL.

that behave as humans Includes natural language, robotics, perceptive systems, expert systems, and intelligent machinesIncludes natural language, robotics, perceptive systems, expert systems, and intelligent machines ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE What is Artificial Intelligence? 10.23 © 2004 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems 8/e Chapter 10 Managing Knowledge for the Digital Firm Artificial Intelligence:Artificial Intelligence: –Stores information in active form –Creates mechanism not subjected/


ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS

react to changes in the outside environment The Artificial Intelligence Field Evolution of artificial intelligence Naïve solutions stage General methods stage Domain knowledge stage Expert system or a knowledge-based system Multiple integration stage Embedded applications stage The Artificial Intelligence Field The Artificial Intelligence Field The Artificial Intelligence Field Applications of artificial intelligence Expert system (ES) A computer system that applies reasoning methodologies to knowledge in a/


Laurent Itti: CS564 – Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence. Exp. techniques in visual neuroscience 1 CS 564 Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence.

oxygenated blood The magnetic properties of blood change with the amount of oxygenation resulting in small signal changes Laurent Itti: CS564 – Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence. Exp. techniques in visual neuroscience 50 Vascular System Laurent Itti: CS564 – Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence. Exp. techniques in visual neuroscience 51 Oxygen consumpsion The exclusive source of metabolic energy of the brain is glycolysis: C 6 H 12/


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 34 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Lecture 34 of 42 Machine Learning: Decision.

assumptions regarding target concept –Basis for inductive generalization An Unbiased Learner Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 34 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Candidate Elimination Algorithm Using Hypothesis Space H Inductive System Theorem Prover Equivalent Deductive System Training Examples New Instance Training Examples New Instance Assertion { c  H } Inductive bias made explicit Classification of New Instance (or “Don’t Know”) Classification/


Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory 1 مديريت ريسك درس مهندسي نرم‌افزار 2 فصل 25 دكتر احمد عبداله زاده بارفروش تهيه كننده : پويا جافريان.

do not match Prototyping; development of scenarios; description of users 5 - User interfaces do not fit needs Simulation; benchmarking; modeling; prototyping; tuning 6 - Inadequate architecture, performance, quality Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory 34 10 ريسك مهم و روش‌هاي جلوگيري Preventive measuresRisk factor Increased threshold for changes; information- hiding; incremental development; change- management process; change control board 7 - Constant alteration of requirements Design recovery/


Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 7. Object Recognition CS564 – Lecture 7. Object Recognition and Scene.

and models) - Classical computer vision approaches: template matching and matched filters; wavelet transforms; correlation; etc. - Examples: face recognition. - More examples of biologically- inspired object recognition systems which work remarkably well Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 7. Object Recognition Extended Scene Perception Attention-based analysis: Scan scene with attention, accumulate evidence from detailed local analysis at each attended/


تخمین در پروژه های نرم افزاری

of $8,000 per month, the total estimated project cost is $368,000 and the estimated effort is 46 person-months. Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory تخمین مبتنی بر ابزار ویژگی های پروژه فاکتورهای کالیبراسیون LOC/FP داده های Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory مثالی از تخمین به کمک موارد کاربرد Using 620 LOC/pm as the average productivity for systems of this type and a burdened labor rate of $8000 per month, the cost per line of code is approximately $13/


Leigh Heyman, GCIA Artificial Intelligence Lab, MIT © 2001 Intrusion Detection Systems in the University: Methods and Issues L eigh Heyman - Artificial.

is invisible to the users.  Yes, because the users may find certain IP/port combinations blocked due to the information gleaned from the IDS. Leigh Heyman, GCIA Artificial Intelligence Lab, MIT © 2001 Summary  Intrusion Detection systems can help you secure your network  give a clear picture of the security landscape  help tune the security infrastructure in accordance  significantly improve most elements of the/


مقدمه فصل 1 درس مهندسي نرم‌افزار 2 دكتر احمد عبداله زاده بارفروش

Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory مدل فرآيند فرآيند مهندسي نرم افزار مجموعه اي از قدم هاي قابل پيش بيني براي توسعه نرم افزار را مشخص مي کند مدل فرآيند نرم افزار ، قدم ها و استراتژي توسعه نرم افزار فرآيند و روش مي باشد. براي مثال مدل آبشاري و مدل حلزوني دو مدل فرآيند توسعه نرم افزار مي باشند. Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory فرايند حل مسئله Artificial Intelligent Systems Laboratory Artificial Intelligent/


Managerial Decision Makers are Knowledge Workers

to describe objects, events, or processes in terms of their qualitative features and logical and computational relationships Decision Support Systems and Intelligent Systems, Efraim Turban and Jay E. Aronson Copyright 1998, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ 6.3 Artificial Intelligence versus Natural Intelligence Decision Support Systems and Intelligent Systems, Efraim Turban and Jay E. Aronson Copyright 1998, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ Commercial Advantages of AI Over/


German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH) Saarbrücken, Germany Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz Course Generation.

provider for mathematics Generator of interactions such as exercises and experiments Learning resources: –LaplaceScript format German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence Tianxiang Lu - KELWICE German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence Tianxiang Lu - KELWICE Use Case 2: An E-Learning System or content Provider (e.g. MathCoach) wants to provide not only static content, but also some dynamic services. –E.g. Course Generator to generate more/


CPSC 433 Artificial Intelligence CPSC 433 : Artificial Intelligence Tutorials T01 & T02 Andrew “M” Kuipers note: please include.

T01 & T02 Andrew “M” Kuipers amkuiper@cpsc.ucalgary.ca note: please include [cpsc 433] in the subject line of any emails regarding this course CPSC 433 Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems Designed to function similar to a human expert operating within a specific problem domain Used to: –Provide an answer to a certain problem, or –Clarify uncertainties where normally a human /


10.1 © 2004 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems 8/e Chapter 10 Managing Knowledge for the Digital Firm 10 MANAGING KNOWLEDGE FOR THE DIGITAL.

that behave as humans Includes natural language, robotics, perceptive systems, expert systems, and intelligent machinesIncludes natural language, robotics, perceptive systems, expert systems, and intelligent machines ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE What is Artificial Intelligence? 10.23 © 2004 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems 8/e Chapter 10 Managing Knowledge for the Digital Firm Artificial Intelligence:Artificial Intelligence: –Stores information in active form –Creates mechanism not subjected/


SCILL: Spoken Conversational Interaction for Language Learning

Glass (jrg@csail.mit.edu) Spoken Language Systems Group MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab Steve Young (sjy@eng.cam.ac.uk) Speech Group CUED Machine Intelligence Lab Conversational Interfaces Language Generation Speech Synthesis /Automated Language Understanding Once translation ability exists from English to target language, can create reverse system almost effortlessly English Sentence Interlingual Representation parse Mandarin Sentence generate Corpus Pairs Grammar Induction Utilizes /


1 Do we need robot morality?. WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? 1.Pragmatic definition of intelligence: “an intelligent system is a system with the ability to act.

secondary question, would it be possible to do so? 2.Should intelligent systems have free will? Can we prevent them from having free will?? 3.Will intelligent systems have consciousness? (Strong AI) – If they do, will it drive them insane to be constrained by artificial ethics placed on them by humans? 4.If intelligent systems develop their own ethics and morality, will we like what they come/


MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory The Choices We Make Frédo Durand MIT CSAIL.

from 3D scenes –Including a flexible style description tool –Ensuring model independence MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory First step: pure line drawing System for rendering line drawing from 3D scenes –Including a flexible style description tool –Ensuring model independence Goal: Decouple style from technique MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Style in line drawing © ITEDO www.itedo.com Occlusion and nature  thickness MIT Computer/


人工智慧 50 年 By Shang-Sheng Jeng 思索指南 Why not in traditional chinese character? 什麼是智慧 ? IQ (Intelligence Quotient, 智慧商數 ) EQ (Emotional Quotient, 情緒商數.

Bundeswehr University Munich builds the first robot cars, driving up to 55 mph on empty streets. 1980s Lisp machines developed and marketed. First expert system shells and commercial applications. 1980 First National Conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) held at Stanford. 人工智慧的前 50 年 1981 Danny Hillis designs the connection machine, which utilizes Parallel computing to bring new power to AI, and/


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Monday, 21 Aug 2006CIS 490 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Lecture 0 of 42 Monday, 21 August 2006.

 No late submissions except with documented excusal (medical, etc.)  See also: state space, constraint satisfaction problems Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Monday, 21 Aug 2006CIS 490 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Problem Area  What are intelligent systems and agents?  Why are we interested in developing them? Methodologies  What kind of software is involved? What kind of math?  How do we develop it (software, repertoire of/


C463 / B551 Artificial Intelligence Dana Vrajitoru Introduction.

subject. It hasnt been passed yet. http://www.loebner.net/Prizef/loebner-prize.html Artificial Intelligence – D. Vrajitoru Thinking Rationally Systems capable of reasoning, capable of making logical deductions from a knowledge base. This requires/Solver (puzzles), Geometry Theorem Prover, Samuels checkers player. 1958 – McCarthy invented Lisp. Artificial Intelligence – D. Vrajitoru History of AI The early systems were successful on small problems but failed on larger ones. 1958 – Friedbergs machine evolution/


1 History of Artificial Intelligence Dana Nejedlová Department of Informatics Faculty of Economics Technical University of Liberec.

the board so that each square is covered and each domino covers exactly two squares? 15 Limitations of Artificial Intelligence David Hilbert (1862 – 1943) and Kurt Gödel (1906 – 1978) –Gödel‘s Incompleteness Theorem (1931) Consistency of a formal system cannot be proved within the system, because it can contain statements with self- reference – logical paradoxes of the type: –This statement is false/


CS.462 Artificial Intelligence SOMCHAI THANGSATHITYANGKUL Lecture 01 : What is AI.

2003 Course Structure What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial IntelligenceChapter 14 Artificial Intelligence Computer Encyclopedia (Artificial Intelligence) Devices and applications that exhibit human intelligence and behavior including robots, expert systems, voice recognition, natural and foreign language processing. It also implies the ability to learn and adapt through experience. Artificial IntelligenceChapter 15 Artificial Intelligence Wikipedia The term Artificial Intelligence (AI) was first used/


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 1 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Lecture 1 of 42 William H. Hsu Department.

Internal Model (if any) Knowledge about World Knowledge about Actions Observations Predictions Expected Rewards Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Lecture 1 of 42 CIS 530 / 730 Artificial Intelligence Term Project Topics 1. Game-playing Expert System  “Borg” for Angband computer role-playing game (CRPG)  http://www.thangorodrim.net/borg.html http://www.thangorodrim.net/borg.html 2. Classic Trading Agent Competition (TAC/


Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 830: Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence Friday, May 5, 2000 William.

sciences –See work by: Goldberg, Horn, Schwefel, Punch, Minsker, Kargupta Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 830: Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence Class 45: Meta-Summary Data Mining / KDD Problems –Business decision support Classification Recommender systems –Control and policy optimization Data Mining / KDD Solutions: Machine Learning, Inference Techniques –Models Version space, decision tree, perceptron, winnow ANN, BBN, SOM Q/


Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 1. Introduction and Overview 1 The Aims of the Course: We will use the.

plasticity; Self-organizing feature maps; [NSLJ] Kohonen maps  Higher level vision 1: object recognition {Background TMB 5.2}  Introduction to NSL: modules; SCS schematic capture system; Maxselector model[NSLbook] {Homework} Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 1. Introduction and Overview 13 Syllabus Overview 2  Schemas for Reaching and Grasping; Affordances [TMB 2.2, 5.3] {Background TMB 2/


Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 830: Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence Lecture 1 Wednesday, January.

fundamentals Natural language processing (NLP) and language learning survey Practicum (Short Software Implementation Project) Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 830: Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence Problem Area –What are intelligent systems and agents? –Why are we interested in developing them? Methodologies –What kind of software is involved? What kind of math? –How do we develop it (software, repertoire of/


Artificial Intelligence Lecture 1:Introducing AI and course material Faculty of Mathematical Sciences 4 th 5 th IT Elmuntasir Abdallah Hag Eltom.

look at the Chinese Room thought experiment and the arguments around it. Weak Methods Weak methods in Artificial Intelligence use systems such as logic, automated reasoning, and other general structures that can be applied to a wide range/: Philosophy Psychology Biology Linguistics AI Programming Languages A number of programming languages exist that are used to build Artificial Intelligence systems. General programming languages such as C++ and Java are often used because these are the languages with which/


1 Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications Stuart Aitken Artificial Intelligence Applications.

has knowledge of salience, and the KA process, this knowledge must be authored Browsing of the ontology Search Natural language dialogue 13 Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications Process Models BindsTogetherMove RNA Transcription 14 Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications Process Descriptor Q: Name the process A: [ RNA Transcription ] Q:Select the type of Process that describes the/


November 28, 2012Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Lecture 18: Neural Network Application Design I 1 CPN Distance/Similarity Functions In the hidden.

signals only become meaningful when we define an external interpretation for them. This is analogous to biological neural systems: The same signal becomes completely different meaning when it is interpreted by different brain areas (motor cortex, visual cortex etc.). November 28, 2012Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Lecture 18: Neural Network Application Design I 28 External Interpretation Issues Without any interpretation, we can only use/


A New Artificial Intelligence 3 Kevin Warwick. Classical AI Humans like to compare ourselves with others Humans like to compare ourselves with others.

in the file. Each of those slots is a sub-frame with further levels of information. If we have a frame based artificial intelligence system used to describe a house – the initial frame is the house If we have a frame based artificial intelligence system used to describe a house – the initial frame is the house Within the house are slots, dining room, kitchen, lounge. Each/


The future of AI Fausto Giunchiglia A few insights into the possible futures of Artificial Intelligence To be Cited as: “The future of AI”, Fausto Giunchiglia.

University of Haifa. Thursday February 14 Artificial Intelligence? 2 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX University of Haifa. Thursday February 14 Artificial Intelligence: our community IJCAI 1969 (Selected List) HEURISTIC PROBLEM SOLVING THEOREM PROVING PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS AND MODE FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS PHYSIOLOGICAL MODELING INTEGRATED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS PATTERN RECOGNITION--SIGNAL PROCESSING QUESTION-ANSWERING SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER UNDERSTANDING MAN-MACHINE SYMBIOSIS IN/


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Wednesday, 10 Dec 2008CIS 530 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Lecture 41 of 42 Wednesday, 10 December.

, it does not follow that Schanks computer really understands stories. Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Wednesday, 10 Dec 2008CIS 530 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Searle’s Account of Intentionality It is a “causal product” of the right kind of biological system. ADDING PROGRAM 2 3 5 adding Not a “causal product” of the symbol manipulation Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Wednesday, 10/


Artificial Intelligence LECTURE 3 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LECTURES BY ENGR. QAZI ZIA 1.

of the data (in this case, the causes of the condition) need to be found. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LECTURES BY ENGR. QAZI ZIA 33 Data driven: 1. A system that analyzes astronomical data and thus makes deductions about the nature of stars and planets would / data and determine conclusions of its own. This kind of system has a huge number of possible goals that it might locate. In this case, data-driven search is most appropriate. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LECTURES BY ENGR. QAZI ZIA 34 Generate and Test The /


Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 730: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Lecture 1 Friday 22 August 2003.

–Other traffic, pedestrians –Customers Discussion: Performance Requirements for Open Ended Task Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 730: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Review: Course Topics Overview: Intelligent Systems and Applications Artificial Intelligence (AI) Software Development Topics –Knowledge representation Logical Probabilistic –Search Problem solving by (heuristic) state space search Game tree search –Planning: classical, universal –Machine/


1 Artificial INTELLIGENCE Imagine the Possibilities… © Copyright Park Avenue Financial Group 2009.

text is about. This computer program can think and speak. Presents digital information in a conversational, synthetic interview environment. © Copyright Park Avenue Financial Group 2009 6 What is Artificial Intelligence?What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems: A “knowledge engineer” interviews experts in a certain domain and tries to embody their knowledge in a computer program for carrying out some tasks. One of the first expert/


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Wednesday, 23 Aug 2006CIS 490 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Lecture 1 of 42 Wednesday, 23 August.

Model (if any) Knowledge about World Knowledge about Actions Observations Predictions Expected Rewards Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Wednesday, 23 Aug 2006CIS 490 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Term Project Topics, Fall 2006 (review) 1. Game-playing Expert System  “Borg” for Angband computer role-playing game (CRPG)  http://www.thangorodrim.net/borg.html http://www.thangorodrim.net/borg.html 2. Trading Agent Competition (TAC/


인공지능 : 개념 및 응용 Artificial Intelligence: Concepts and Applications 6. 전문가 시스템 도용태 김일곤 김종완 박창현 공저 전문가 시스템 (Expert Systems) 특정의 문제를 해결하기 위해 특정의 전문적인 지식을 기.

, transfer and transformation of problem-solving expertise from experts and/or documented knowledge sources to a computer program for constructing or expanding the knowledge base Usually also the System Builder Usually also the System Builder 인공지능 : 개념 및 응용 Artificial Intelligence: Concepts and Applications 6. 전문가 시스템 도용태 김일곤 김종완 박창현 공저 The User Possible Classes of Users Possible Classes of Users  A non-expert client seeking direct advice - the ES acts as a Consultant/


Artificial Life and Evolving Intelligence Laura M. Grabowski, Ph.D. Department of Computer Science The University of Texas-Pan American.

Pop Culture References Alife and Evolution Conclusion Intro to Artificial Life Avida Evolving Intelligence Evolutionary Computation Subfield of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Methods apply principles of Darwinian evolution to problem- solving EC methods can produce patentable, human-competitive solutions EC systems contain One or more populations of individuals Competition for resources Alife and Evolution Conclusion Intro to Artificial Life Image source: http://sci2s.ugr.es/keel/links/


Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 23: MNS Model 2 1 Lecture 23: MNS Model 2 Michael Arbib and Erhan.

-forward network to approximate human perception of color. Features Actual processing: The hand image is fed to an augmented segmentation system. The color decision during segmentation is done by the consulting color expert. NN augmented segmentation system Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 23: MNS Model 2 12 STS hand shape recognition Color Coded Hand Feature Extraction Step/


Liliana Rogozea Artificial intelligence. Liliana Rogozea Human intelligenceArtificial intelligence an interesting challengean interesting challenge.

and a lot of organizations try to mark out the principal direction where we must interfere. Using artificial intelligence could help medical system or sick people but also brings a number of ethical problems like: responsibilities, informed consent, respect the patient right.Using artificial intelligence could help medical system or sick people but also brings a number of ethical problems like: responsibilities, informed consent, respect the/


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Monday, 20 Nov 2006CIS 490 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Lecture 37 of 42 Monday, 20 November.

versus epochs (Example 1) Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University Monday, 20 Nov 2006CIS 490 / 730: Artificial Intelligence Overfitting in ANNs Other Causes of Overfitting Possible  Number of hidden units sometimes set in advance  Too few hidden units (“underfitting”) ANNs with no growth Analogy: underdetermined linear system of equations (more unknowns than equations)  Too many hidden units ANNs with no pruning Analogy: fitting/


Probabilistic Reasoning ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence Spring 2007 Lecture #9.

having won the lottery has increased by 13.1% thanks to our knowledge that he is happy! ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2007)Page 34 Expert Systems Bayesian networks used to implement expert systems Diagnostic systems that contains subject-specific knowledge Knowledge (nodes, relationships, probabilities) typically provided by human experts System observes evidence by asking questions to user, then infers most likely conclusion ECE457 Applied/


Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 11. Five Projects 1 Michael Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial.

coding (linked to multi-electrode recording). We expect to show that population coding is an emergent property from our modeling of development and learning in the mirror system. Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 11. Five Projects 21 Recognizing Novel Actions Prediction to guide modeling:  learning a variation on a movement can be done more efficiently by/


Machine Learning Foundations of Artificial Intelligence.

the examples in the training set Multiple Inductive Hypotheses Rewarded Card Example (Continued) Foundations of Artificial Intelligence 24 Inductive Bias  Need for a system of preferences – called a bias – to compare possible hypotheses  Keep-It-Simple (KIS/t extend to other domains  Lessons from EURISKO (fleet game) Foundations of Artificial Intelligence 41 Explanation-Based Learning  Explanation- based learning (EBL) systems try to explain why each training instance belongs to the target concept.  /


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