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They found the performance of their algorithm was poor when they used a collection of only ten thousand photos, but crossed a threshold into excellent performance when they grew the collection to two million photos. , 2009). Reporters have noticed the surge of new applications and have written that “AI Winter” may be yielding to a new Spring (Havenstein, 2005). 4 T HE S TATE OF THE A RT What can AI do today? A concise answer is difficult because there are so many activities in so many subfields.

These predictions came true (or approximately true) within 40 years rather than 10. Simon’s overconfidence was due to the promising performance of early AI systems on simple examples. In almost all cases, however, these early systems turned out to fail miserably when tried out on wider selections of problems and on more difficult problems. The first kind of difficulty arose because most early programs knew nothing of their subject matter; they succeeded by means of simple syntactic manipulations.

The approach allows for learning from experience, and it combines the best of classical AI and neural nets. , 1986) promoted the idea of normative expert systems: ones that act rationally according to the laws of decision theory and do not try to imitate the thought steps of human experts. The WindowsTM operating system includes several normative diagnostic expert systems for correcting problems. Chapters 13 to 16 cover this area. Similar gentle revolutions have occurred in robotics, computer vision, and knowledge representation.

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