The first part of my presentation is definitions and goals of Artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs. It is related to the similar task of using computers to understand human intelligence It is ok, but what is the intelligence? Intelligence is the computational part of the ability to achieve goals in the world. There is not a solid definition of it because we cannot yet characterize in general what kinds of computational procedures we want to call intelligent.
Case Study – Bill and Melinda Gates 1. What do you think Bill and Melinda Gate’s personality traits are for each of the Big Five dimensions? Compare the two. The purpose of big five is to categorize the personality traits into different dimensions which can help us to understand better how people behave to others and how react in their life. The Big Five Model of Personality categorizes traits in different dimensions such as Surgency, adjustment, conscientiousness, and openness to experience (Lussier, 2013).
The two methods that I will be talking about are the big five personality model and the Myers Briggs assessment. I also will be telling which one I think is more accurate. Summary I have chosen two articles to use that go into detail of what the big five personality model is and what Myers Briggs assessment. These two articles also allow me to be to decide which one is the most accurate. Critical Analysis The first personality method I will be talking about is the big five personality test which uses five major dimensions to do the test.
On the other hand, there are more researches and uses of how AI will go along with humans and our society. I also believe that Artificial Intelligence will continue the successful and effective job in the future. Before going into the argumentation, I would like to provide the definition of AI. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a technology that realizes human learning, reasoning, perception, and understanding ability of natural language by a computer program. In 1950, John McCarthy who is the father of Artificial Intelligence and the computer science, came out with the term “Artificial Intelligence”.
It seems that the software work well with the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses. However, it may be challenging to apply the technology in social science, and humanities courses, where reflective essay is commonly used to assessed the students’ critical thinking on certain topics. Winerip (2012) suggests that automatic grading system could be easily manipulated and it fails to understand what is good writing. Automatic grading system efficiently eliminates the high student-teacher ratio problem, and works productively in STEM courses, further improvements are needed to enhance the quality when grading essay questions. Peer Assessment Peer assessment, employed by major MOOC platforms such as Coursera, edX and Udacity, is believed to effectively ease the problem of
Introduction An American computer scientist and inventor, John McCarthy coined Artificial intelligence (AI); after playing a seminal role in defining the field dedicated to the development of intelligent machine in his 1955 proposal for the 1956 Dartmouth Conference. From Samsung’s Bixby to piloted driving cars, artificial intelligence (AI) is developing rapidly. AI is the reproduction of human intelligence processes by computer systems to react and works like a human. It can perform tasks efficiently compared to humans, which enables businesses to gain deep understanding out of their information. Artificial Intelligence can be categorized in many ways, we look into two examples.
Academic Plagiarism in Computer Science STUDENT NAME: Beebi Siti Salimah Binte Liyakkathali STUDENT NUMBER: 5281878 SUBJECT: IACT 201 - Professional practice & ethics LECTURER: Dr Lawrence Sim Tables of Contents Introduction 1 Academic plagiarism 1 Legal Rights of the Original Author 2 Legal Rights of the Plagiarist 2 Comparison of policies on academic plagiarism on different approach to tackle plagiarism 3 Using the Act Utilitarianism to Argue ‘For’ Plagiarism 4 Using the Theory of Kantianism to Argue ‘Against’ Plagiarism 4 In my opinion 5 Good policy in tackling plagiarism 5 Reference 6 Appendix A 7 My Experience, Knowledge and Views about the seriousness of Academic Plagiarism 7 Introduction Plagiarism derived from
One of them is David A. Balota. He is a professor of psychology and brain sciences. He is also a professor of neurology. He has performed various studies on visual word recognition, semantic memories and priming on implicit memory tests. Another contributor to this article is Melvin J. Yap, who is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at National University of Singapore (NUS).
EFFECT OF CONCEPT ATTAINMENT MODEL IN LEARNING SOCIAL SCIENCE, AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON 9th STANDARD STUDENTS O. K. PRAVEEN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, SREE KERALA VARMA COLLEGE, THRISSUR Abstract Concept attainment model has been developed, based upon the studies made by Jorome.S.Bruner and his associates Jacqcline Good now and George Austihn, mainly about the nature of concept and the strategies of concepts formation.Concepts are the key building blocks for the structure of significance of the various academic disciplines. The theoretical significance of cognitive concept in psychological theory parallels the seminal role of valence in chemistry and give in biology or energy in Physics. Concepts are the distillate of sensory experiences and the vital link between external inputs and overt behavior. They are vehicles of thought. They are the critical components of an individual’s cognitive structure.