Artificial Intelligence by Peggy Thomas

By Peggy Thomas

For the previous fifty years researchers were striving to create machines that rival the pondering ability of people. In man made Intelligence learn the way AI specialists simulate the human mind and build clever robots. this day AI touches each point of our lives from enterprise and medication to exploration and leisure.

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It can find the pattern in what sells and what does not faster than hundreds of human analysts can. Expert systems even manage billions of dollars in the stock market. The former editor of the Wall Street Journal, William Peter Hamilton, was a whiz at predicting movements in the stock market. His investment instincts beat the market by nearly 3 percentage points every year between 1930 and 1997. There was only one catch: Hamilton died in 1929! All of his amazing predictions were based on his knowledge but were produced by VirtualHamilton, another ANN expert system.

On January 3, 2004, the first of two NASA rovers landed safely on Mars and began to explore the surface of the Red Planet. These two rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, are identical robotic vehicles about the size of golf carts. Riding on six wheels, the rovers’ sturdy bodies contain all they need to survive for three months. Their computer systems monitor their health to make sure the insides do not get overheated during the hot Mars day and do not freeze during the cold nights. Each is equipped with X-ray, infrared spectrometry, microscopes, and other geological instruments to collect soil and rock samples and test for evidence of water.

When the robot poked its camera though the plaster, it discovered . . another door! Into tiny airshafts, hot lava, or freezing ice, robots are capable of going anywhere, even into outer space. On January 3, 2004, the first of two NASA rovers landed safely on Mars and began to explore the surface of the Red Planet. These two rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, are identical robotic vehicles about the size of golf carts. Riding on six wheels, the rovers’ sturdy bodies contain all they need to survive for three months.

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