Artificial Intelligence Articles

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The Forever Web App Project

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: November 15, 2009

The Forever Web App Project is an AI project to demonstrate a web app's ability to exist on the web unassisted (except by strangers) for as long as possible after a given date.

Sudoku & Artificial Intelligence

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: March 15, 2009

Using AI on Sudoku could be considered overkill. Either way, any algorithm written to solve a Sudoku puzzle could be considered intelligent by understanding what it accomplishes.

Top-down vs Bottom-up Approaches to Strong AI

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: August 15, 2008

The AI battle of Top-down vs Bottom-up. Is there a right way to creating true intelligence.

AI: Defining Understanding

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: June 4, 2008

Defining "understanding" is an important step for AI. It is problematic by nature and considered by some to be undefinable.

AI: Intelligence, Learning and Understanding

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: June 3, 2008

In AI the lack of definitions and tests for "intelligence", "learning" and "understanding" don't seem to be holding back the pursuit. Is it possible we've all jumped the gun?

Ethics of AI - Legal Rights

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: June 2, 2008

Artificial Intelligence is loaded with ethical issues the world is far from ready to face. Will machines ever deserve or need legal rights?

Infinity Paradox

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: May 20, 2008

The paradox that is infintity is ever present through all of mathematics. It is generally ignored for the sake of a good night's sleep.

The Equation for the Theory of Everything

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: April 29, 2008

The concept of infinity is far from new. It should not be forgotten in the hype of the Digital Age.