20 Oct A Step By Step Guide to AI Model Development
Artificial Intelligence Models
1. AI Embryo Model
It is a complement to the concept of “child machine” A. Turing. Its idea is to use learning to develop a simple system and not as a result of specifying initial data.
However, in contrast to the “child machine,” it has a relatively fixed system structure and potential. Due to the accumulation of knowledge, the AI embryo will be a more complex system, self-improving the initial system structure.
2. “Recursive Self-Improvement”
It is a modification of the AI germ. The idea is constant self-development: the first version creates an improved version of itself, which is much smarter than the original; an enhanced version, in turn, an even more improved version, etc.
With some processes, recursive self-improvement can take a long time and eventually lead to the emergence of a strong AI.
3. Using the Human Brain as a Type of Model for AI
The idea is that the first pole of the brain will embody the result of its full-scale simulation. At the other extreme are the mechanisms of brain functioning. This type of model has progressed in recent years, fueled by advances in neuroscience and cognitive psychology and continuous technological progress.
However, the resulting system doesn’t need to resemble the brain in everything, even if its creation and some principles of its activity will be used.
4. Social Intelligence (in the future – SI)
A large number of intelligence combined into a single system to achieve the ultimate goal, and the joint plan is faster than any single intelligence of this system. The bright meaning of SI is a rich collection, research teams, the state, etc., and in a broader sense, it is all of humanity.
It is thanks to SI that such a high level of science and technology has been achieved today. Due to the peculiarities of its architecture, the system performs functions performed offline.
The use of artificial intelligence systems
- artificial intelligence development company of effective solutions where there is a shortage of highly qualified specialists (distance learning, preliminary medical diagnoses, etc.);
- exploration by machines of environments and objects where a person cannot be without harm to health or danger to life (space, ocean depths, zones of fires or radioactive contamination, etc.);
- minimization of the human factor in critical areas of activity in monotonous work (air traffic controller), where many hours of concentrated activity is required (surgeon assistant);
The famous Dutch scientist Edsger Vibe Dijkstra said: “The question is ‘Can machine think?’ has about the same meaning as the question “Can submarine float?” With this quote, we summarize our research. Having studied all the achievements of humanity in creating artificial intelligence, we concluded that it has already been made.
However, for some reason, most of our society does not recognize this. We humans think that artificial intelligence can then be called intelligence when it can behave like a human. The famous Turing test is based on this. But where did we get the idea that artificial intelligence should act like a person and not like a machine?
We concluded that artificial intelligence was created at 99.9%, and only 0.1% separates it from the full-fledged title of an intelligent creature. It is superior to us intellectually and physically; it is always objective, it does not depend on feelings and desires. So why are we trying to instill in our creation those human characteristics that make us vulnerable?
We came to these conclusions due to our research; they are based on the scientific achievements described above. Artificial intelligence has already acquired a body; it can see, hear, speak, remember, and experience emotions.
The matter remained with little; it must realize its rationality, its intellect, the very understanding of its existence. And then the functions that a person gave him, in the form of the ability to speak, express emotions, etc., will cease to be imitation but will become full-fledged properties of artificial intelligence, as a new branch of evolution.