2. What is A r t i f i c i a l
The theory and development of computer
systems able to perform tasks normally
requiring human intelligence, such asvisual
perception, speech recognition, decision-
making, and translation between languages.
In simple words giving brain to the computer.
3. History of A r t i f i c i a l
The term artificial intelligence was first
coined by John McCarthy in 1956 when he
held the first academic conference on the
subject. But the journey to understand if
machines cantruly think began much before
JohnMcCarthy is known asfather ofArtificial
4. Types of AI
Sofar there are 3types ofAI
1.Narrow artificial intelligence(ANI)
2.General artificial intelligence(AGI)
3.Super artificial intelligence(ASI)
5. More about types :
ANI : The first stage, ANI, asthe name suggests,
is limited in scope with intelligence restricted to
only one functionalarea.
AGI : The second stage(AGI)ofAI, is at an
advanced level: it coversmore than one field like
power of reasoning, problem solving and
abstract thinking, which is mostly on par with
ASI:The final stage(ASI)ofAI, is the final level ,
It will overcome entirely the human intelligence.
No one canable to challenge it.
6. Rise of A r t i f i c i a l Intelligence
AI hastaken many shapesand sizesover
o Mobile phones(siri,cortona)
o Voice recognition/gps
o Sophia (first humanoidrobot)
Googlehasamajor role inAI Deep
o Deep learnig is amachine basedon algorithm
7. Best Example on AI
Siri,Google Now, and cortona are all intelligent
digital personal assistants on various platforms
(iOS,Android, and Windows Mobile). In short,
they help find useful information when you ask
for it using your voice; you cansay“Where’s the
nearest Chinese restaurant?”, “What’s on my
schedule today?”, “Remind me to callJerry at
eight o’clock,” and the assistant will respond by
finding information, relaying information from
your phone, or sending commands to other
8. Future of AI
Taking over dangerousjobs
9. Some famous sayings !
“I visualize atime when we will be to robots
what dogsare to humans, and I’m rooting for
the machines.” —ClaudeShannon
“What do you think about the machines that
10. Is AI risk to mankind ?
Giving brain to the machine canbe turned out
Machines do nothave emotions
Machinesdo not have senseof right or wrong
Best example ofAI being arisk-
Breakdown of mark zuckerberg’sAI system.
11. Pros and cons of AI
It canpredict what your
customers will donext
It canmake senseof all the
data and connection
Things can gowrong
AI can be vulnerableto
Abilities ofpeople will
Artificial Intelligence and the technology are one side
of the life that always interest and surprise uswith the
new ideas, topics, innovations, products …etc.AI is still
not implemented asthe films representing it(i.e.
intelligent robots), however there are many important
tries to reach the level and to compete in market, like
sometimes the robots that they show in TV.
Nevertheless, the hidden projects and the
development in industrialcompanies.