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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ABSTRACT

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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial intelligence (AI) :-

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History :-

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Categories of AI :-

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Typical problems to which AI methods are applied :-

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American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) :-

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APPLICATIONS OF AI :-

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Classes of intelligent agents

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8.1 Simple reflex agents

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8.2 Model-based reflex agents

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8.3 Goal-based agents

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8.4 Utility-based agents

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Learning agents

9.1 Expert system

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Categories of Expert Systems

10.1 Interpretative ES

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10.2 ES for Abnormal Condition Recognition

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10.3 ES for Prediction and Forecast

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10.4 ES for Design and Management Solutions

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10.5 ES for Control and Monitoring

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10.6 ES for Analysis and Reporting

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10.7 ES for Manufacturing

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10.8 ES for Marketing and Trade Management

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10.9 ES for E-Learning

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Acting humanly: The Turing test

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Applications

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12.1 Military

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12.2 AI techniques at Air Force Research Lab

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12.3 Games

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12.4 Combat Oriented AI

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12.5 The Understanding & Exploitation of Terrain

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12.6 Efficient Use of Teamwork

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12.7 The Ability to Hunt

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12.8 The Survival Instinct

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CHATTABOT

CONCLUSION

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REFERENCES

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ABSTRACT
Artificial Intelligence is the study of how to make computer do things which at the moment
people do The better. primary goal of artificial intelligence is to improve computer behavior so
that it can be called intelligent. The origins of Artificial Intelligence

usually incorporate the

theories and thoughts proclaimed by several ancient Greek philosophers and scientists. Artificial
Intelligence (AI) is a field of study based on the premise that intelligent thought can be regarded
as a form of computation-one that can be formalized and ultimately mechanized. To achieve this,
however, two major issues need to be addressed. The first issue is knowledge representation, and
the second is knowledge manipulation. Within the intersection of these two issues lies
mechanized intelligence. AI combines precision and computational power with pure logic, to
solve problems and reduce error in operation. Already, robot expert systems are taking over
many jobs in industries that are dangerous for or beyond human ability. I highlight that the
potential applications of Artificial Intelligence are abundant. They stretch from the military for
autonomous control and target identification, to the entertainment industry for computer games
and robotic pets.
I am presenting the evidences of the artificial baby i.e.Yotaro baby simulator. There are bright
chances that intelligent machines will be able to perform critical tasks. But there is another side
to artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence can help alleviate the difficulties faced by man but
intelligent machines can never be human.