World Of Artificial Intelligence 2016

: Artificial Intelligence 2016 :

Artificial intelligence is intelligence adapted by Machines and Software. It also say’s the Study in which Computers and Computer Software that are capable of Intelligent behavior. As this term is bit techie type, so obviously many software giants adapt this AI.

Who are these Tech Giants ?
  • NASA.
Well you want to know how Google uses the term AI ?
Google Artificial Intelligence
Google Artificial Intelligence

Google Auto : You might have heard this word. Yes the SELF DRIVING CARs, you got it right.. the cars that drives by itself are known as Self Driving Cars. Now of course it drives itself so it uses AI. Google’s fleet of Robotic Toyota Priuses has now driven 300,000 kilometers and of-course it drives in busy traffic, public roads, highways, mountainous roads with less public over there.

Now the Next Giant in Artificial Intelligence ( AI ) is MICROSOFT
Microsoft uses AI
Microsoft Artificial Intelligence

So let’s keep MICROSOFT as MS, to short it MS project named OXFORD. Yes you heard it right, PROJECT OXFORD. Now to inform you that this project is based on AI i.e. Artificial Intelligence .This project has such an amazing feature i.e.  you can unlock your phone by your face or any such emotion or by your voice. Not just unlocking an app but also unlocking your Phone or Laptop or Desktop. But for that we need special hardware requirements that we will discuss in next post. But now that’s all we can say is MS Developers are in full ranger mode to impress us.

What NASA going to do with Artificial Intelligence ( AI ) in Space.
NASA uses AI
NASA Artificial Intelligence

NASA is developing ever more potent artificial intelligence planning Software to make distant missions more practical. In the near term, NASA scientists are creating software to reduce Mars teams daily planning time and costs for missions that are about to begin. For example, in comparison with the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) missions, scientists hope to reduce planning time by a factor of 10 for missions in the near future. Increasingly streamlined, resource-saving approaches like this will play an important role as early as the Phoenix mission to the red planet’s North Pole region, scheduled for launch in 2007.

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