Category: History of Ai

Expert Systems Part 2

Expert Systems Make Mistakes Investors and developers may be deterred by legal concerns regarding the possibility of errors in expert systems. Currently, there is a lack of agreement on what testing is required to assess the accuracy, dependability, and effectiveness of such systems. Additionally, there are no official bodies that

Japan’s Fifth-Generation Computer System Project

During the 1980s, Japan embarked on an ambitious project called the Fifth Generation Computer System (FGCS) to achieve the ‘AI dream ‘ while the United States was experiencing an AI Winter. Japan had lagged behind the US in technology for years and played follow-the-leader. In 1978, Japan’s Ministry of International

History of AI Applied to Chess

Chess is widely recognized as a game that requires intellect, and many early computing experts believed that a machine capable of playing chess would signify true artificial intelligence. While the Turing Test presents a significant challenge for determining machine intelligence, chess has also been a valuable pursuit for AI researchers,

The Turing Test Part 3

Alternatives to the Turing Test  Numerous individuals have suggested their own version of the Turing test to address the perceived or possible limitations of the test originally proposed by Alan Turing. The alternatives either narrow the test’s scope to make it more achievable or shift it to an area where

The History of Artificial Intelligence

Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been researched for decades and is even one of the most inaccessible topics in Computer Science. This is partly due to how big and nebulous the topic is. AI varies from machines qualified for thinking to search algorithms employed to play board games. It has

Expert System Architecture Part 4

13.6 Distinguishing Features of Expert Systems Quick Availability and Opportunity to Program Itself Expert systems are created faster using everyday language for the rule base (with an untouchable engine) than conventional programs. Users and experts can create them without the need for professional developers or explanations of the subject. The

Expert Systems

Expert Systems Overview Expert systems are computer programs that aim to mimic human expertise in specific knowledge areas. They typically have three critical components: a knowledge database containing facts and rules that represent human knowledge and experience, an inference engine that processes consultations and determines how inferences are made, and

The Turing Test Part 2

Inception of the Turing Test The concept of the Turing test is a captivating topic that prompts reflection on whether a computer could genuinely replicate human behaviour to the extent of being deemed sentient. Passing the test requires the machine to possess a range of complex abilities, such as comprehending


IMPROVE WEBSITE RANK USING SEO – (CHAPTER- 2) BACKGROUND | Part – 2 2.3 Background of Search Engine Optimisation 2.3.4 Off-Site Optimization (Link Building) Backlinks, or BL, are a crucial factor in the ranking algorithms of major search engines. A backlink refers to a hyperlink originating from an external site