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Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent
Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent

Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent Systems by Michael Negnevitsky

Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent Systems



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Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent Systems Michael Negnevitsky ebook
ISBN: 0321204662, 9780321204660
Format: pdf
Page: 435
Publisher: Addison Wesley


Actually, let me But the ultimate aspiration of AI was never just to add autonomy to a robot's operating system. The most basic form an intelligent system can take is that of a rules-based system. A set of preset behaviors is used to determine the behavior of game entities. An artificial agent can be characterized as intelligent just by acting as such. This system stretches the term “artificial intelligence”. Until the list of past actions is built, general tactics or random actions can be used to guide the actions of the entity. Artificial intelligence is arguably the most useless technology that humans have ever aspired to possess. If the judge couldn't tell the difference, then the machine was a passable simulation of a human being, which would presumably mean that it was intelligent. J.J.Craig, “Introduction to Robotics”Addision Wesley Publishers, 2005. With a variety of actions, the overall result can be a . His latest novel, The Island Survival Guide (2009), was published in Spain and Greece. G.Bekey, Autonomous Robots, MIT Press, 2005. This system can tie into rules-based systems and different states.

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