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December 09, 2019

AI is a machine with the ability to solve problems, which usually are performed by humans using our natural intelligence

Artificial Intelligence has been receiving a huge amount of recognition in the past year. The term AI is constantly thrown around, but the reality is that not everyone actually understands what it is.

If you have ever searched for a movie on Netflix or asked Siri the temperature, you have interacted with AI. Originally coined by John McCarthy in 1955, AI is a machine with the ability to solve problems, which usually are performed by humans using our natural intelligence. AI is used to build agents or robots, which can replicate human behavior and make decisions on our behalf. Some of the most popular AI adoptions are known as:

1.Machine learning: Giving a computer system the ability “to learn” using statistical data to become more reliable and efficient. Online personalized recommendation based on your previous purchases.

2. Natural language processing: Building a machinery system which can understand and interpret natural human languages. Siri, Cortana, and Alexa are able to understand human language and can respond to it.

3.Knowledge management: Receiving an organization’s intangible information and to converting it into tangible assets. Data Storages use AI to provide data selection, analysis, and classification in tools such as Google Drive, iCloud, and OneDrive.

4.Pattern recognition: Training a machine to recognize an image exactly like a human based on a particular pattern. iPhone X face ID can identify people’s faces.

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