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The Various Approaches for Development of AI and Natural Language Processing

Artificial Intelligence (AI) may be defined broadly along two dimensions with four discrete definitions in each of these. They may also be subdivided into aligning with thought processes and reasoning and with behaviour. Success measures are based on fidelity to expected human performance and also against an ideal performance measure which may be called rationality. A system is 'rational' if it does the 'right thing', given what it knows.
Acting humanly: The Turing Test Approach The Turing test is designed to provide a satisfactory operational definition of intelligence. A computer is said to have passed this test if a human interrogator, after posing some questions, cannot tell whether the answers are coming from a human or a machine. A computer capable of doing this must necessarily have the following  capabilities Natural Language Processing (NLP): to enable it to communicate successfully in a predefined language, say English in this case. Knowledge Representation: to …

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