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Keywords: Augmented Reality, AR Applications, Virtual Reality, Business Intelligence. I. INTRODUCTION The
Abstract Digital Humanities has emerged as a new discipline at the intersection of humanities and computing and is still in the development phase. Historically, the discipline of Digital Humanities is said to have developed out of the discipline of humanities computing which simply involved using computers as a tool for modelling humanities data for our better understanding of it. However, the scope of Digital Humanities spans a wide variety of work areas ranging from curating the digital repertoire of primary texts, study of linguistic features, textual analysis and hypertext editing to cultural analysis, data mining, visualization and production of distributed knowledge. It is now a well-established fact that Digital Humanities depends to
Machine Ethics Tarun Verma 4. Arguments against AI Vatsal Singhal 5. Arguments for AI Lohitaksh Parmar 6. AI in Society Nalin Gupta 7. Conclusion Introduction Artificial Intelligence, as defined by Oxford Dictionary, is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception,
Software agents play an important role as research objects in distributed AI(DAI) as well as in Agent Oriented Software Engineering(AOSE). Knowledge-based System(KBS) are being examine for Learning Software Organizations (LSO) as well as Knowledge Engineering(KE). Ambient intelligence(AmI) a new research area for distributed, non-intrusive, and intelligent software system both from the direction of how to build these system as well as how to designed the collaboration between system. Lastly computational intelligence(CI) plays an important role in research about software analysis or project management as well as knowledge discovery in machine learning or
Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems Prof. Sandeep Kaur Dept. of Computer Science, Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Gehal, India email@example.com Abstract: Artificial Intelligence is a branch of Science which deals with helping machines finds solutions to complex problems in a more human-like fashion. This generally involves borrowing characteristics from human intelligence, and applying them as algorithms in a computer friendly way in the words Artificial Intelligence’s scientific goal is to understand intelligence by building computer programs that exhibit intelligent behavior. This paper presents some back ground and potential of Artificial Intelligence and its implementation in various fields and its history. We discuss issues
Abstract: Applied Informatics covers the theory and application of informatics in various scientific, technological, engineering and social fields. It aims to inspire new multidisciplinary research, with the foundations of informatics like information theory, statistical modeling, machine learning, etc as the driving core. This paper mainly focuses the applications of Applied Informatics in the various emerging scientific fields. Keywords: Applied Informatics, Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition I. INTRODUCTION Informatics is the study of the structure, behavior and Interactions of Natural and engineered computational systems.
Review of Multidimensional Laplace Transform and its Related Theorem 1. M. V. Dekate, 2. S.S. Adsad 3. J.R. Sontakke, 4. A.A. Lakha 1.2.3.Department of Mathematics 4Department of Mathematics Datta Meghe Institute of Engineering Technology And Research (Wardha) M.S.
Therefore, it is often described as being a relatively new approach that investigates language in use with the aid of computers. However, since computer is merely an automaton, for its interpretation still human's interaction becomes the primary means. Corpus linguistics has largely been accepted as an important way of analyzing language in different fields such as lexicography (Hanks, 2012), syntax (Roland, Dick, & Elman, 2007), cognitive linguistics (Gries & Stefanowitsch, 2007), and applied linguistics (Hunston,