- The Turing Test is a test to determine a machines ability to think and therefore imitate human behaviour.
- Advancement in AI technology was slowed due to the computers lack of processing power and inability to store information as well as the price.
- Expert systems have been used for many years to streamline knowledge, and make decisions.
- Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of a computer to think and learn.
- AI can be categorized based on ability and functionality.
- Autonomous technologies are one of the most widely used applications of AI. They include: nanobots, driverless cars, and UAV.
- Robots are a type of autonomous technology that automate process with little, or no human interaction.
- Machine learning and deep learning use algorithms, and neural networks to imitate the way humans learn.
- What is artificial intelligence, and what are some of the capabilities?
- List some of the different classifications of artificial intelligence.
- How can we use artificial intelligent systems to help in decision making?
- Define robotics and explain how they are being used.
- What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of robots?
- What are expert systems and how are they used?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of expert systems?
This assignment is designed to help you understand the different applications of AI in business.
In this assignment you will research the different applications of AI in business and discuss the benefits. Complete the following questions in a separate document.
- Research applications of AI for your particular field of study.
- Write a few paragraphs on the examples found and explain how they are a benefit to business. Make sure to provide references to the resources you use.
- Share your examples with the class.
Chapter 13 Attributions
Healthcare Techniques Through Deep Learning: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities by Dur-E-Maknoon Nisar, Rashid Amin, Noor-Ul-Huda Shah, Mohammed A. Al Ghamdi, Sultan H. Almotiri, Meshrif Alruily is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license
Human- versus Artificial Intelligence by J. E. (Hans). Korteling, G. C. van de Boer-Visschedijk, R. A. M. Blankendaal, R. C. Boonekamp, & A. R. Eikelboom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license unless otherwise noted.
Information Systems for Business and Beyond (2019)-Chapter 13 & Chapter 4 by David Bourgeois is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
Protecting artificial intelligence IPs: a survey of watermarking and fingerprinting for machine learning by F. Regazzoni, P. Palmieri, F. Smailbegovic, R. Cammarota, and I. Polian, licensed under CC BY 4.0
Robots with Artificial Intelligence and Spectroscopic Sight in Hi-Tech Labor Market by Evgeniy Bryndin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License unless otherwise noted.
The History of Artificial Intelligence by Rockwell Anyoha, Harvard University SITN Boston is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0