Part 1: IntroductionIntelligenceDefining A.IHistoryTuring TestA.I ApplicationsMulti-disciplinary domain
2IntelligenceDictionary definition.(1) :the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations : REASON; also:the skilled use of reason (2) :the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment or to think abstractly as measured by objective criteria (as tests) -Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary
3Playing games:DraughtsIs a computer more intelligentif it beats you in a game of draughts?
4Playing games:ScrabbleIs a computer more intelligentif it beats you in a game of scrabble?
5IntelligenceTypes of intelligence (Multiple intelligence theory, Howard Gardner)Linguistic-verbal intelligenceLogical-Mathematical intelligenceMusical intelligenceSpatial intelligenceIntrapersonal intelligenceInterpersonal intelligenceNaturalist intelligenceBodily-Kinesthetic intelligence"What makes life interesting, however, is that we don’t have the same strength in each intelligence area, and we don’t have the same amalgam of intelligences. Just as we look different from one another and have different kinds of personalities, we also have different kinds of minds." Theoretical foundationsfor recognizing differenttalents and abilities in people
6Defining A.IThere is no agreed definition of the term artificial intelligence. However, there are various definitions that have been proposed. These are considered below.