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Lesson 13 - Lesson 13 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence AI Definitions An attempt to emulate the human reasoning and thought processing by a

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Lesson 13: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence AI: Definitions An attempt to emulate the human reasoning and thought processing by a computer Pattern-matching methods which attempt to describe things, events, processes in qualitative terms for computational purposes That branch of computer science dealing with symbolic, non-algorithmic methods of problem solving Human Problem Solving/Memory To understand AI: study human problem solving Humans have limited short term memory Use lots of graphs, analogies, associations to reduce the number of chunks of information required to store Memory chunk= digit, symbol, word, picture; a unit of stored data/information Chunk= 5-7 small chunks Long term memory: unlimited, complex Some significant AI outputs/products Expert Systems o Systems that imitate (substitute) the reasoning process and knowledge of an expert in solving specific types of problems- and can reason and explain o A computer-based information system that employs human knowledge captured in a computer to solve problems that usually require human
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