Hello everybody im thinking about how AI works and actualy im really confuzed and scared at the same time, so me as low programmer i know how the computers work, first you write the program than you give him input and it gives you output based on what you insert in it. But how the AI works is really complex and hard to understand.. im asking my self like: how they started, what programming language they are using, how the hell the computer will know when and on what to focus when learning it self on something new for him …

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I am thinking to develop a program/software to simulate autonomous driving car (artificial intelligent agent) using java. A car(agent) will move forward avoiding the obstacle in the dynamic environment. How do i start?

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I am trying to develop the genetic algorithm to solve Traveling Saleman problem and part of my challenge is to generate random tours long enough and write a fitness function to evaluate the cost incurred for each of the random tour. I have attempted to write the following. My objective is to generate random tours from the city to city distance matrix without any repetitions in the tour. The random function should return a tour without any cities repeating twice. Please can any one help me with the logic for this problem: class ran { public static void ranper(int n, …

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I saw this segment and I wasn't sure if I was excited or scared... but my feelings were urging more towards fear. I just do not know if it's a good idea to start microchipping people for better intelligence. Especially our children. Are we slowly turning ourselves in robots? As computer geeks with a pulse on modern technology, I wanted to hear your opinion on the way future is heading. Thoughts? Here is video:[Click Here](http://bit.ly/17lz3LO)

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Well guys, I'm having a hard time learning enough about ANNs to apply them to a problem. Firstly my general understanding is that the network adapts during the "training" phase to produce the correct output with the given set of inputs. This is obviously useful with image recognition, or handwriting recognition. But it has these properties by working in a specific way, and I'm mostly having difficulty implementing an ANN for a (very) simple application. So... If someone has some experience with them, a little insight into what they really do, and how they do it would be most helpful!

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Hi, I'm kinda new here, and I've only been programming for 6 or 8 months, so please forgive me if I sound like a total noob or an idiot with programming. I've been trying to code for my school assignment two AIs that are supposed to navigate around a maze. Right now I'm having trouble with the navigation program. First off, let me explain what "squareid"s are. Well, first I have an ordinary maze on a number plane (x and y coordinates), assigned to each coordinate (like for example (2,1)), is a "square id", which says how many walls are …

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Hi, all I'm searching for an idea regarding AI term project. I've researched a lot about AI areas, but not able to decide/come up with reasonable project that can be implemented within 2 months (approx. 5-10 hours a week) and easy to test&document, but at the same time be non-trivial (to implement). Do you guys have any ideas, previous projects, future project that meet this criteria? Note, I'm not interested in ready solutions/implementation, but just an ideas or project specification. Thanks a lot. Regards.

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Hello. I'm just starting out in C++ and am trying to figure out how to split a users string input into individual words and then put each word into a slot in an array. I think it's going rather well, but I'm running into some problems, and it would be great if you could help! Please try not to make it TOO complicated, I'm still learning. =) [CODE] #include<stdio.h> #include<string.h> #include<string> #include<iostream> #include<fstream> #include<cstdlib> using namespace std; int main () { ifstream DataBank; DataBank.open("DataBank.txt",ios_base::app); if(!DataBank.is_open()){ cout << "Sorry, the program is experiencing problems with the DataBank." << endl; }else{ cout …

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[URL="www.facebook.com"]Facebook[/URL]'s page on which the location of the head of MI6's flat was available has been taken down. You also can no longer find information about his family and their whereabouts, which you could on the site previously. There has been a debate about this, of course. For Americans who aren't sure, MI5 is the British equivalent of the CIAS, more or less; MI5 deals with internal security while MI6 deals with external, although goodness knows the line must be blurred by now. And over the weekend the story came out that our new head of MI5 had many personal …

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