Turban12_tif - Chapter 12 Artificial Intelligence and...

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135 Chapter 12 Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems True-False Questions 1. CIGNA Behavioral Health built a Web-based benefit management system known as Provider eCare Online and adopted rule-based intelligent systems that can automate certain decision-making events. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 534 2. In business, repetitive activities can be automated to achieve higher accuracy at lower cost. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 535 3. Artificial intelligence encompasses many definitions and is an area in management science. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 535 4. Deep Blue is the first computer that demonstrated its intelligence in an area that requires human intelligence. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 535 5. Artificial intelligent systems have the learning capabilities as humans have. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 537 6. It is easier to duplicate and disseminate natural intelligence than artificial intelligence. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 539 7. The basic objective of computer vision is to generate pictures. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 543 8. The purpose of an intelligent computer-aided instruction (ICAI) is to learn. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 543 9. Inexact knowledge and imprecise reasoning are important aspects of expertise in applying commonsense to decision-making situations. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 544
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136 10. A genetic method starts with a deliberately generated population of solutions. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 544 11. Expertise is often acquired from training, reading, and experience in practice, and the level of expertise determines the performance of a decision. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 546 12. Expert systems (ES) must have the ability to examine their own reasoning and provide proper explanations as to why a particular conclusion was reached. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 547 13. The second-generation expert systems can be integrated neural networks with rule-based inference. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 547 14. Expert systems allow knowledge to be transferred more easily at a lower cost. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 548 15. Acquiring knowledge from experts is often a bottleneck in expert system construction. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 554 16. The knowledge base of an expert system and the knowledge base of an organization are the same. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 554 17. The blackboard of an expert system is used for recording intermediate hypotheses and decisions. Answer
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