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Questions tagged [ai-design]

For questions related to successful or novel designing standards and procedures of Artificially Intelligent agents.

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Building AI as an Operating System

This is in continuation of my last question here. I am just starting to build an OS which will be based on AI or rather Synthetic Super Intelligence. I also wrote a paper on it for which I am working ...
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An idea I had to create the first Humanoid using Deep Learning

I've come up with an idea on how we could use a combination of Deep Learning and body sensors to create a walking talking living humanoid. Here goes: First, we will recruit 1 billion people and have ...
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How to design an ANN to give an answer that includes two different components?

As an experiment, I want to teach an ANN to play the game of Nim. The normal game is between two players and played with three heaps of any number of objects. The two players alternate taking any ...
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Is my Neural Network program fully connected?

I have the following program for my neural network: ...
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Sun loving social AI spider robot? [closed]

Platonic solids are regular, convex, and equilateral polyhedrons with congruent faces and a congruent number of edges meeting at the vertices. We can see them in toys; the six faces of the cube ...
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Any research that proposes ways to improve a semantic network from phonetic sequences?

Inputs: Time series of spectra representing human speech Semantic network (as a directed graph) associations Outputs: Modified version of the semantic network input Edge types in the graph (...
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Ability to create new algorithm

The notion of algorithm creation is central in considering the complexity of the human brain as well as the AI. The ability to create new algorithms can be qualified as algorithmic in the context of ...
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Smielapp design feasible now?

Consider a SmielApp1, pronounced smile-app. It's a proposed app for Android, iOS, LINUX, and other phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop environments.2 The system requirements are a microphone, a speaker,...
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Design for a lovable and loving AI?

People often value their pets, livestock, plants, yachts, cars, and plants. Dogs are considered family members by many families. Cats that might contribute little more than a purr or a look are also. ...
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Self-evolving AI

How would I go about designing a (relatively) simple AI that discovers and invents random more complex concepts on its own? For example, say I had a robot car. It doesn't know it's a car. It has ...
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Neat Algorithm Question

I am new to this community, I have simple question. Can inputs nodes or output nodes be connected to each other in Neat Algorithm? Note: Inputs to --> Inputs or Output to --> Outputs
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Genetic algorithm generation of fuzzy rules with artificial network adjustment of fuzzy probabilities

Are there any working AI system designs or theory to support a system where an artificial network is trained to to adjust fuzzy probabilities and modify the parameters of a genetic algorithm that ...
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Can Fuzzy Logic Control Self-tune as Other Learning Systems Do?

This inquiry appeared in the comments to one of the answers of this question, but is actulaly not related to emotional intelligence, so it is reproduced here as a separate question I thought (maybe ...
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Is learning possible without random thoughts and actions?

In my view intelligence begins once the thoughts/actions are logical rather than purely randomn based. The learning environments can be random but the logic seems to obey some elusive rules. There is ...
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Is “emotion” ever used in AI?

Is "emotion" ever used in AI? Psychologists have a lot to say about emotion and it's functional utility for survival - but I've never seen any AI research that uses something resembling "emotion" ...
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Artificial intelligence services at the edge

I am a strategy consultant, deeply interested in edge computing and distributed and decentralized systems. In performing some analysis on current edge offerings, I am curious as to how ML and AI ...
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Since there are different types of neurons in adjacent positions in the brain's arrays, should heterogeneous layers be developed?

Below is a taxonomy of neurons. Some of these types occur in different locations in the brain, but there are adjacent neurons of varying types with clearly functional type diversity in many parts of ...
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Where to start to develop an AI model which can learn from a book?

What are the steps involved to create an AI agent which can do the following can learn from text in digital format from a book Gain knowledge from the digital text input Can answer question from the ...
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What AI designs are suited for producing title replacements?

Problem: "For a given news article, generate another title for the article if the article is to be published under a different Publication." Which algorithm will be well suited for this? Should I use ...
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Predicting fate of different actors in upcoming Avengers 4

How would one go about predicting which characters (actors) are going to die in the next Avengers movie. To elaborate a bit, given all leaked scripts (fake or not), interviews of different actors and ...
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AI learning by demonstration for web navigation

I don't know what to search for, so I'll try to describe what I'm trying to do : I want an AI that learns by showing it how to navigate on the Internet. Let's say I want to save 50 images from a ...
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Paradigm shift in Machine Learning

In some tweets about NeurIPS 2018, this video from NVIDIA appeared. At around 0.37, she says: ... If you think about the current computations in our deep learning systems, they are all based on ...
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block of worlds with position aware goal stack planning

Can someone suggest an AI approach to moving blocks, one at a time, assuming control of an robotic arm, to get from the initial state on the left to the final state on right, preferably using goal ...
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possible to train some model to recognize trash?

I want to build a semi autonomous robot/machine that will clean up trash in cities. For this to be possible it needs to recognize 'trash'. As trash can be all sorts of things (think ciggaret buts, ...
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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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Can I do oversampling by copying the same image multiple times? Will it effect my neural network accuracy?

I am working on an image data-set. As you may have guessed it is imbalanced data. I have 'Class A, 19,000 images' and 'Class B, 2,876 images'. So I did an undersampling by removing randomly from the ...
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DQN it's not working properly

I'm trying to build a DQN to replicate the DeepMind results. I'm doing with a simple DQN for the moment, but it isn't learning properly: after +5000 episodes, it couldn't get more than 9-10 points. ...
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DQN Breakout adding an extra negative reward to help training?

I'm trying to train a DQN, so I'm using OpenAI gym and Breakout (Breakout-v0). I have altered the reward supplied by the environment: If the episode is not completed fully, the agent gets a -10 ...
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Is the imagination of AI limited to our own imagination?

Is AI limited by the fact that it requires us to give it a task or goal to achieve? It has all the capability to get to that goal in ways we might not think of but it still only gets to a goal we can ...
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Building AI from chess - data shape from simulation

Problem My problem is the following: Given 1000 wins, losses, and ties from a chess simulation I am using, what shape should each game be (I.e., sequence of moves leading to win/loss/tie) in order to ...
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Can an artificial network create a rule from rule components?

If an antecedent in a rule involves $m$ two-state features and results in consequences from a set of $n$ possible ones, we have $2^{m+n}$ permutations, which are, in a sense, be categories. If ...
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What kind of algorithm can invent?

Set aside networks, image classification, gradients, and the strength of intelligence for a moment and consider the world before people lit fires. Fires were started periodically just as they are now,...
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Is the proposal that more power leads to more intelligence correct?

One of the somewhat subliminal and entirely unsubstantiated assumptions we hear is that more computing power will allow us to approximate human intelligence — that quantitative augmentation will ...
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Why is Information Filter called Information Filter?

We all know Information Filter is a dual representation of Kalman Filter. The main difference between Information Filter and Kalman Filter is the way the Gaussian belief is represented. In Kalman ...
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Recognition and Response Generalizations for Autonomous Vehicles or Not?

It is said that the number of possible sequences of game play in the game Go is greater than the number of atoms in the universe. Whether or not that is true, imagine the number of possible sequences ...
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How to combine input from different types of data sources?

I've to train a neural network using microphone data (wav files), accelerometer sensor data and light sensor data. Right now the approach I thought was to convert all data into images and combine ...
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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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Tensorflow - finding the right model on my use case

The Levenshtein algorithm and some ratio and proportion may handle this use case. Based on the pre-defined sequence of statements, such as "I have a dog", "I own a car" and many more, I must ...
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Q-Learning the generic maze solution

After doing some exercices on Q-learning for maze solving, I wondered : my q-learning algorithms solve only ONE maze. The AI doesn't learn how to solve mazes, so how can I achieve it ? For instance ...
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How can a fully automated vacuum cleaner use and update room information?

Assistive Subsystems Consider an automated vacuum cleaner with the following subsystems under the command of an AI system to be designed. These subsystems limit the AI complexity to just intelligent ...
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How to use Machine Learning to create a “Draw-A-Person Test”

The process revolves around a child's drawing. Each part of each drawing corresponds to a score as in the Draw a Person Test conceived by Dr. Florence Goodenough in 1926. The goal of the machine is to ...
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What are ontologies in AI?

Can anyone explain to me what exactly ontologies are in AI? How should I write them and why are they important? I can't seem to find relevant information on Google.
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What's the difference between poker with public cards and without them?

Example: texas holdem poker vs texas holdem poker with the same rounds, just with no public cards dealt. Would algorithms like CFR approximate Nash-equilibrium more easily? Could AI that does not ...
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How to handle Feature changes in a model deployed ?

I implemented and deployed with Flask an XGBoost model for a classification problem. But being aware that features importance can change over time to predict probability of label for new data, I ...
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Why does the policy network in AlphaZero work?

In AlphaZero, the policy network (or head of the network) maps game states to a distribution of the likelihood of taking each action. This distribution covers all possible actions from that state. ...
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What does “hard for AI” look like?

In theoretical computer science, there is a massive categorization of the difficulty of various computational problems in terms of their asymptotic worst-time computational complexity. There doesn't ...
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AI composing music

Do you know what AI model would be best for let it learn composing music? I really don't know where to start there. Are there some good papers out there? I would say, if I use a NN, my only option ...
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Approaches to poker tournament winner prediction?

I’ve done my research and could not find answer anywhere else. My apologies in advance if same problem is answered in different terms on stack-overflow. I am trying to solve poker tournament winner ...
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Are there any discount-factors based on branching factors?

I recently came across this function: $$\sum_{t = 0}^{\infty} \gamma^t R_t.$$ It's elegant and looks to be useful in the type of deterministic, perfect-information, finite models I'm working with. ...
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Is Nassim Taleb right about AI not being able to accurately predict certain types of distributions?

So Taleb has two heuristics to generally describe data distributions. One is Mediocristan, which basically means things that are on a Gaussian distribution such as height and/or weight of people. The ...