CSci 105

Introduction to Computers

Lecture 27

© Morris Firebaugh


I. Introduction

A. Introduce Chapter 17: The Cutting Edge - Artificial Intelligence

B. The Turing Test for AI

C. AI Issues

D. Programming in HyperLogo - Intermediate

 


II. The Artificial Intelligence Field

MWF --> AI research deals with the great, unsolved problems of computer science, generally with the goal of endowing computers with characteristics of human-like intelligence.

Author --> AI is the field of study that explores how computers can be used for tasks that require the human characteristics of intelligence, imagination, and intuition.

Jonathan Schaeffer, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Alberta,
wrote Chinook which beat the world checkers champion, Dr. Marion Tinsley, in 1994.


III. AI Issues

Early Mishaps



 

Computer Learning and Data Mining

 

The Natural Language Factor

 

The Artificial Intelligence Debate


IV. The Turing Test - Can Machines Think?

 


V. Programming in HyperLOGO - Intermediate

1. Sequence (stepping)
2. Iteration (looping)
3. Decision (branching)

MAKE "NUM 15

MAKE "NUM READLIST

MAKE "VAR READCHAR

MAKE "VAR READWORD

To Add
print (sentence [Please input 2 numbers to be added.])
make "num1 readnumber
make "num2 readnumber
make "total :num1 + :num2
print (sentence :num1 [+] :num2 [=] :total)
end

TO READNUMBER
OUTPUT FIRST READLIST
END

ClearScreen
Add



VI. Laboratory Assignment # 14

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