Artificial intelligence future
Artificial Intelligence is one of the most exciting periods of technological development in history. Artificial Intelligence can be said to have emerged in 1990 with the appearance of the robots and electronic technology. In the year 2014, there was a major breakthrough and AI became an extremely interesting field of study. In any field where there is an interconnection between technologies and materials, artificial intelligence would be one of the most exciting fields.
Artificial Intelligence can also be said to have emerged as a result of various forms of exocentric research. This kind of research is already rampant and diversified and there are many scientific and technical achievements of Artificial Intelligence. However, Artificial Intelligence can also be said to have been discovered in 1989 with the appearance of artificial neural networks. In 1986, British scientist, Alain Asselin presented his research on artificial neural networks in an academic meeting. In 1989, Asselin presented a more extensive presentation on artificial neural networks (ANN) and its role in this research. Later that year, Tim O’Reilly introduced artificial neural networks in his major TED conference. As at this time the approach to the machine learning was not very well established, Asselin’s research helped a great extent in the development of the understanding of artificial neural networks. Asselin introduced and the only neural network modeled around his discoveries that had been trained to recognize cats. In 1994, as a result of research and teaching by Asselin, artificial neural networks were introduced to the wider computing world.
In the year 1995, a breakthrough was made with the existence of a neural network model that was able to analyze human speech. Thus, in 1996, artificial neural networks, for the first time, successfully identified dogs from images. This research helped a great extent in the improvement of human speech recognition with the help of AI.
In 1997, Asselin published a paper where he taught artificial neural networks to recognize pictures and videos. In 2007, MIT developed artificial neural networks from Asselin’s work and began to develop AI. Artificial neural networks were therefore already active in the field of research and development, and the research in artificial neural networks was heavily concentrated in the academic field.
In 2010, a lot of artificial neural networks were used in an educational program (DuJour’s University’s program). The computers were trained in detecting the “training of biologically based programs (e.g., visual recognition software).” Asselin, An. (2006). On Applying the Image Processing Associated with Algorithms from Artificial Neural Networks and the Middle Eastern Research Network to Computer Vision in Program Management.