CCT 396 - January 30th, 2013.doc

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University of Toronto Mississauga
Communication, Culture and Technology
Rhonda Mc Ewen

Week 4: Artificial Intelligence Textbook Reading: Page 95 to 116 make notes on these pages for midterm • Artificial Intelligence: the capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior Simulation : is the process or rather the background process of how something is made and given in life with respect to Artificial Intelligence. An “agency” gives an object the right and the decision to make certain steps and its own decisions within a particular context. - When coding a program we have to bear in mind what an agent would naturally do within a particular environment. So if we were to create a “student” type agent or avatar – we have to keep in mind the types of protocols that students take and make during and within a classroom environment. After taking all of this into consideration – we then code these complexities to the agent. ** A.I - a branch of computer science dealing with the simulation of intelligent behavior in computers.** - Artificial Intelligence is essentially about coding decisions based on certain kinds of parameters. - A big goal of Computer Science is to simulate knowledge and code experience “Deep.Q.A” – deep questioning answering // a c omputer program designed to handle the kind of open-ended challenges posed by the show. Evidence based structure. What is missing from Artificial Intelligence? - Context
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