Analysis of Different Domains of Artificial Intelligence

Seema Gupta, Chandra Prakash Bhatt
Artificial Intelligence; Data; Machine Learning; Deep Learning
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is simply the ability of a Machine to act as “intelligence” as a human. It can be as directly showing human intelligence as identifying picture, understanding voices or observing the real-world problems and come out with a solution intelligently. Machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, chatbots, disease recognition, playing games, personal assistance etc. are different domains of AI. It can help human to great extent by doing the tasks which human normally does and let the humans free to evolve and involve in new discoveries. It is being said from many different platforms that future lies to those who has command over machine in terms of AI. There is also one thought that AI growth has danger to control the world beyond human power and machines may rule in future. This paper starts with a basic introduction of AI and then lends us into its scope by talking about its technology domain and its different applications.
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Received: 29 September  2018

Accepted: 27 January 2019

Published: 25 March 2019

DOI: 10.30726/esij/v6.i1.2019.61001

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