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An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

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PAUL WOODS: Artificial intelligence is really exciting for me and it’s probably, for me it’s different than what most people would approach this because it’s really, for me it’s about the application of artificial intelligence in everyday life one knows really… Common processes or practice we come across everyday. Not necessary thing about changing the world but changing the next 15 minutes in the work place. And I think the thing that I see is so much innovation coming through, different technology, different platforms that we work with their customers where artificial intelligence is starting to rear its head There is an example helping people design more effective PowerPoint slides to communicate message with their customers or consumers.
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This artificial intelligence now coming through PowerPoint that, allows you not have to be a graphic designer but you still create a beautiful slide or a beautiful way of send… Presenting a message. So it’s not about curing cancer or autonomous cars. But it’s a thing… Like the really low level things that we do everyday single day and how it impacts our life. I think that’s really exciting. It’s going to have a big impact.
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Is research progressing at the pace I thought it would? I think there is two different ways to think about this question. So do I think that… There are some absolutely extreme amazing examples of how far we’ve gone. Absolutely and I think they have happened a lot faster than I thought they would. I think fundamentally. Artificial intelligence still has a long way to go as well. In terms of how to read, how to reapply in the best way for humanity. And I think some of the challenges we are trying to solve with, artificial intelligence are significant and that will take a lot of work and a lot of effort. So it’s definitely making progressing.
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But I think there’s still a long way to go.

Definition of Artificial Intelligence

The widely accepted definition of AI is:

“the study and design of intelligent technological agents that can perceive their environment and act to achieve their goals.”
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