Importance Of Artificial Intelligence

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This world will never advance to such a place that Artificial Intelligence will take over and run the world because if Artificial Intelligence does take over the world then humans will be insignificant. Artificial Intelligence Achievement Year Leonardo da Vinci sketched pals for a humanoid robot 1495 Life Sized Automations 1700- 1900 Henry Ford installs the first moving conveyer belt 1913 Karel Capek coins the word "Robot" 1920 Lilliput wind up toy produced in Japan 1932 Alan Turing Releases his paper "On Computable Number" 1937 Elektro at the Worlds Fair 1939 The Three Laws of Robotics 1941 A Logical Calculus of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity 1943 Cybernetics 1948 Allan Turing Quoted on AI and Brain Surgeo reflects…show more content…
Why Or Why Not Will the law be kept? Why Or Why Not A robot may not injure a human or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. No Robotics are used during wars No It is easier to let a machine take the place of a human especially in dangerous situations. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. No Robots can’t think of themselves the can only do what they are programmed to do. Possibly If humans programme the robots to “understand” that they will harm a human it is possible to. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First and Second Law. No Robots get sent into dangerous situations where there existence is threatened. No Because a human life is more valuable than a robot. Robots can withstand more than humans can. Characteristics that Intelligent computers will have Characteristics of current computers Be able to reason That can understand narrow subsets of human language Have extensive contextual knowledge of the real world Solve problems in well-defined areas of…show more content…
These ideas have come to reality. The first idea for some kind of robotic mechanism was from Leonardo da Vinci, many thought his idea would come to naught but it was the first step to our evolutionary developments that have now lead to artificial intelligence. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence started out as theories. And there development will continue as theories as we speculate on how we can create more human-like computer systems. Systems that think for themselves and supposedly have souls. But if we were to create computer that would think for themselves they would most likely think for us and we would eventually be surprised by such
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