Category: ‘rule based systems’

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Discussion – Understanding the explanations of rule-based expert systems.

The most significant disadvantage of a rule-based expert system is its inability to justify a conclusion from a sequence of rules. Due to the expertise required for a solution, the cost of a wrong decision can be costly and understanding the decision making process can be complicated, but worth diagnosing. If we have a basic […] Read more

What is an original experience when programming an intelligent system?

A class mate in my Artificial Intelligence class wrote about AI possibly being able to create something uniquein which I responded below. I agree expectations can be a bit diluted by the fact that a system can only contain rules or “intelligence” from experiences it has consumed and ultimately learned from. Presumption or ‘pre-programming’ of […] Read more

AI & Rules

After reviewing many definitions I ran across these terms which I will paraphrase from Wikitionary. I believe this phrase to be a very accurate statement. AI is “an exhibition of an artificial (non-natural, man-made) entity dealing with the reproduction or mimicking of human-level thought in a manner similar to or on the same general level […] Read more