What is artificial intelligence? 

Artificial intelligence refers to the simulation of human intelligence in programmed thought machines, such as humans and the imitation of their actions. The term can also be applied to any machine that displays features associated with the human mind, such as learning and problem-solving.

The ideal attribute of artificial intelligence

 is its ability to rationalize and take actions that have the best chance of achieving a given goal. A subset of artificial intelligence is machine learning, which refers to the concept that computer programs can automatically learn from and adapt to new data without human help.

The artificial intelligence applications/

 Innumerable artificial intelligence applications. Technology can be applied to many different sectors and industries, and artificial intelligence is tested and used in the healthcare industry for different doses of drugs and treatments for patients and surgical procedures in the operating room. Other examples of machines with artificial intelligence include: Computers containing chess and self-driving cars. Each of these machines must weigh the consequences of any action you take, as each action will affect the final outcome. In chess, the end result is to win the game. For self-driving cars, the computer system must calculate all external data and calculate it to work in a way that prevents a collision.

AI also has applications in the financial industry, where it is used to detect and report activity in banks and finance, such as unusual use of debit cards and large deposits in accounts - all of which assist the bank's fraud department. Artificial intelligence applications are also used to help simplify and facilitate trading by making it easier to estimate supply and demand and price securities.

Artificial Intelligence Classification

Artificial intelligence can be divided into two different categories:

Weak and strong. The weak of artificial intelligence embodies a system designed to do a job, including weak artificial intelligence systems that include video games, such as the example of chess mentioned above, and personal assistants, like,  Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri. You ask the assistant a question, he answers you.

Powerful artificial intelligence systems are performing human-like tasks. These systems tend to be more complex and complex, and are programmed to deal with situations in which they may be asked to solve the problem without anyone's intervention, and these types of systems can be found in applications, such as self-driving cars or hospital operating theatres