Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The study of computer systems that model and apply the intelligence of the human mind.
A behavioural approach to determining whether a computer system is intelligent.
The equality of two systems based on their results.
The equality of two systems based on their results and the process by which they arrive at those results.
The first formal instantiation of the Turing test, held annually
A program designed to carry on a conversation with a human user.
A knowledge representation technique that represents the relationships among objects .
A structure that represents alternatives in adversarial situations, such as game playing.
Searching down the paths of a tree prior to searching across levels.
Searching across levels of a tree prior to searching down specific paths.
Software that uses a specific set of information.
A software system based on the knowledge of human experts.
A software system based on a set of if-then rules.
The software that processes rules to draw conclusions.
Artificial Neural Network
A computer representation of knowledge that attempts to mimic the neural networks of the human body.
In an artificial neuron, the sum of the weights multiplied by the corresponding input values.
The process of adjusting the weights and threshold values in a neural net to get a desired outcome.
Using a computer to recognize the words spoken by a human.
Natural Language Comprehension
Using a computer to apply a meaningful interpretation to human communication.
Using a computer to create the sound of human speech.
Languages that humans use to communicate, such as English.
The set of fundamental sounds made in any given natural language.
The plot of frequency changes over time representing the sound of human speech.
The ambiguity created when words have multiple meanings.
The ambiguity created when sentences can be constructed in various ways.
The ambiguity created when pronouns could be applied to multiple objects.