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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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In November, AKA is going to present the artificial intelligence engine Muse at the Rakuten Technology Conference.
com/article/2014/10/23/us-google-artificialintelligence-idUSKCN0IC20T20141023) Reuters , Google is hiring more leading experts in the field of artificial intelligence as part of its expansion plans.
McClanahan and the artificial intelligence development team located in Whitehouse, OH, use information from BASF's globally integrated color laboratories around the world to "train" the artificial intelligence software with global BASF color-matching information.
Traditional artificial intelligence programs treat plans as rigid specifications for a series of actions, says Woods, who studies how people use computers in air-traffic control and other complex jobs.
But now, technology is catching up to its promise; artificial intelligence is steadily taking hold in insurance applications, and industry perception about its value is changing.
RoboCup is an international effort to foster artificial intelligence and robotics research by providing a standard problem where a wide range of technologies can be examined and integrated.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the science of trying to create intelligent machines and software that can think independently, the way a person can.
David bonds closely, as he is programmed to, with his mother; but when her real son is miraculously cured and returns home, David is squeezed out of the family and into a frightening world of ``flesh fairs'' (where threatened humans watch mechas being destroyed in violent ways), techno-hedonism (Gigolo Joe, a ``love mecha'' played by Jude Law, guides the sheltered David through a maze of virtual pleasures and terrors) and submerged cities, where experiments in advancing artificial intelligence even further are conducted.
While IBM's development of Watson is the latest instance of a large company investing in Artificial Intelligence, it is certainly not the only recent case.
Int'l Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (13th: 2007: Los Angeles, CA)
Computer games are often played by a human player against an artificial intelligence software entity.
Robots Unlimited: Life In A Virtual Age by David Levy (leader of the winning team of the Loebner Prize Competition in 1997) is a highly researched and historically impressive documentation devoted to the past fifty years of research and development in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.

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