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Questions tagged [ai-basics]

Use for basic, fundamental questions about AI theory or practice. (i.e. design, application, implementation, mathematics of AI, philosophy of AI, etc.)

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Notation for neural networks (300nC2−300nC2−MP2)5−C2−C1−output

I came accross this paper http://arxiv.org/abs/1412.6071 and unable to figure out the notation (300nC2−300nC2−MP2)5−C2−C1−output at the end of the page 8. What does this mean?
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How can artifacts operate under their own control?

My question is about "control theory and cybernetics" . I have a confusion about this topic. How can artifacts operate under their own control?
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Is there any state space in which A∗ using GRAPH-SEARCH returns a suboptimal solution?

Devise a state space in which A∗ using GRAPH-SEARCH returns a suboptimal solution with an h(n) function that is admissible but inconsistent.is there any state...?
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are there any Machine Learning algorithms for comparing files

So, in situations where some output-data-chunks could change without changing the input data from time to time, it could be challenging to automate the testing process. My question is, are there any ...
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Exploration rate decay and training in Q learning

I'm trying to replicate the results of the DeepMind's paper with Breakout included in OpenAI Gym. I wonder how much frames should I keep until I reach the fixed exploration rate. Actually it reaches ...
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Is the parent cost in A* added in every extended child?

How do we determine the cost of the parent path to its child in A* ("A star") search?
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How Dempster-Shafer theory work in AI?

How does Dempster-Shafer theory work in representing ignorance in AI field?
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How to Predict Sales Of A product From Its previous sales record?

i have sales data of the product like i have 3 products A,B,C sales for 3 products are for Week 1 A= 456 , B= 378 , C= 237 As so For 20 weeks now i want to predict for coming week how much A,B,C ...
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Language Models RNN

I am relatively new to recurrent neural networks and it seems like a vast domain. So I want to get my initial footing right. There seems to be a whole lot of applications in this field, but the first ...
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Basic Functions and Results

I have something I am not entirely clear on. If the number of input neurons and output neurons doesn't change, what will change if I have one hidden layer, but first with 1 neuron, then with 4 neurons?...
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What are the differences between uniform-cost search and greedy best-first search?

What are the differences between the uniform-cost search (UCS) and greedy best-first search (GBFS) algorithms? How would you convert a UCS into a GBFS?
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Update of weights in Recurrent Neural Network through back propagation

How does Recurrent Neural Network updates its weights and bias through backpropagation? Is time taken into account while updating the weights of a RNN using Backpropagation through time(BPTT)?"
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The first impact of artificial intelligence on human society?

When and where the basic concept of artificial intelligence begin ? The first impact of artificial intelligence on human society?
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Best movies about artificial intelligence? [closed]

I am a CS student, our professor gave an assignment that each group of our class should watch at least 5 movies based on artificial intelligence, then discuss and share with the whole class. Can ...
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What is a goal based agent?

What is a goal based agent and how are goal-based agents applied in artificial intelligence? (For instance, can neural networks be goal based?)
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Following the Markov Property

What would be the consequences if a Bayesian Network did not follow the Markov Property?
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How does the uniform-cost search algorithm work?

What is the uniform-cost search algorithm? How does it work? I would appreciate to see a graphical execution of the algorithm. How does the "frontier" evolve in the case of UCS?
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How should one standardize input when transfer learning

Assume one is using transfer learning via a model which was trained on imagenet. Assume that the pre-processing which was used to achieve the pretrained model contained z-score standardization ...
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When should the iterative deepening search and the depth-limited search be used?

When should the iterative deepening search (IDS), also called iterative deepening depth-first search (IDDFS), and the depth-limited search be used?
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Greedy best first Search Algorithm vs A* search Algorithm

Greedy best first search Algorithm take the history and then check value ans then reach to goal. In A* search Algorithm take history and also cost then calculate value then reach to goal. When we ...
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What is the difference between goal-based agent and utility-based agent?

What is main difference between goal-based agent and utility-based agent? Please, give a real world example.
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What are the skills and disciplines I need to learn to get a job in Artificial Intelligence?

I'm in high school but hoping to have a career in artificial intelligence. What should I be pursuing educationally to get into this field?
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What is a learning agent and how are they applied?

I'm new to AI and and would like to understand the difference between learning agents and other types of agents, in what ways learning agents can be applied, and if they differ from deep learning.
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Can artificial intelligence be hacked or not?

Can artificial intelligence be hacked or not by using enough computing skills or by other cryptography methods? So are we able to say that AI is one of in its secured form?
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The possibility of emerging of the psychology of an artificial intelligence

The question, in short, is: what the possibility of emerging of the new branch of the psychology - the psychology of an artificial intelligence? Possibly as a new branch of an engineering psychology, ...
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How do I use truth tables to prove Entailment?

For example, consider an agent concerned with predicting the weather, with variable R indicating whether or not it is likely to rain, variable C indicating whether or not it is cloudy, and variable L ...
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Applied Math relevant to AI

My background is in electrical engineering (BS, MS EE/Signal Processing) and I have a good grasp of CS foundations (Data Structures, Algorithms, OS, Discrete Math) and software engineering. I have ...
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How to model Tangram in search space.

I wonder if there is a such model of the Tangram game so that it can be solved by search tree techniques,but the main problem is how to represent the all the states, if any, since given a ...
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What is the name of an AI system that learns by trial and error?

Imagine a system that controls dampers in a complex vent system that has an objective to perfectly equalize the output from each vent. The system has sensors for damper position, flow at various ...
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Can anyone suggest reference books to start with AI

I would really like to start with artificial intelligence with python or java , but have no idea where to look for reference material,please help me out with it.
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What is the best book for learn Artificial Intelligence [closed]

What is the best book for learn Artificial Intelligence?
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Dependance of Value Function of an MDP on Policy

From what I understand, the value function estimates how 'good' it is for an agent to be in a state and a policy is a mapping of actions to state. So if I have understood value function and policies ...
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In what way can we measure control between humans and machines?

This is not a soft question. Neither is this question related to singularity conjecture or wars with robots. This question seeks a mathematical formulation of what is currently only qualitative and ...
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How can I classify relevant and irrelevant images from the Database?

I have a mixed image database(unstructured data). In the database there are some images that i am interested in and I want to discard the rest by using cnn. I am not looking for specific objects in ...
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How to learn AI

I'm a web developer and have been doing web development since years now, I've also built some hybrid applications and before to start we development I've also worked on desktop applications and have ...
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How to implement an artificial network that outputs an integer within a range?

The goal is to implement an artificial network that, based on training samples labelled with positive integers, outputs a positive integer. Perhaps I am not searching for the correct thing but all ...
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What method and tools should I use for AI that suggests/assigns a person for a task?

I'm trying to learn AI and thinking to apply it to our system. We have an application for Translation industry. What we are doing now is the Coordinator assigns a ...
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In the implementation of AI programming, does DFS always stop when it has found the leftmost solution?

I'm a fresh learner of AI. I was told that depth-first search is not an optimal searching algorithm since "it finds the 'leftmost' solution, regardless of depth or cost". Therefore, does it mean that ...
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What is Artificial Intelligence?

I am new to Artificial Intelligence Field,My question is how can I define Artificial Intelligence in the best possible way?
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How do I change the values of a neural net

I'm trying to have a go at building a neural net, but I can't seem to figure out how to optimise the connections. I've tried to have a look online and it came up with "backpropagation". I looked ...
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What happens to the training data after your machine learning model has been trained?

I am completely new to all this, for the life of me I can't find the answer to this question anywhere on Google. What happens after you have used machine learning to train your model? What happens to ...
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What does it mean for a neuron in a neural network to be activated?

I just stumbled upon the concept of neuron coverage, which is the ratio of activated neurons and total neurons in a neural network. But what does it mean for a neuron to be "activated"? I know what ...
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Keeping track of visited states in Breadth-first Search

So I was trying to implement BFS on a Sliding Blocks puzzle (number type). Now the main thing I noticed that is if you have a 4*4 board the number of states can be ...
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Turing test vs machine learning

I am trying to understand if there is a fine line between Turing test and the development of Machine learning. Can we say as Turing test aims to develop machines or methods to reach human-level ...
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Basic Concept of Chatbot using Wit.ai

I am trying to create a chatbot application where user can create their own bot like Botengine. After going through google I saw I need some NLP api to process user's query. As per wit.ai basic ...
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What are some examples of everyday systems that use AI?

I would like to know some daily basis applications of AI. I think these might be relevant examples: Google search engine Face recognition on iPhone Are my examples correct? Could you provide some ...
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Double pooling layers

In what scenario when assembling a DL CNN would you want to have two adjacent pooling layers, without a convolutional layer between?
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Is true random number generation an AI concept?

As it can be easily pointed out that true random numbers cannot be generated fully by programming and some random seed is required. On the other hand, humans can easily generate any random number ...
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Could an AI be built to learn based of interaction with a human?

Following my recent chat on this network, I have been advised to form this question. Background: Currently a neural network or deep-learning/machine learning is programmed to interact with specific ...
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How can a wearable device/fitness bands identify movement patterns?

I am trying to construct something like a wearable to be able to track hand movement to recognize gestures out of them. I have used Mi Fit and have found it to count footsteps based on the hand moving ...