Artificial Intelligence

Enabling Machines to Sense, Act and Learn


Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to any human-like intelligence displayed by a computer, robot, or other machine. Artificial intelligence also refers to the ability of a computer or machine to mimic the abilities of the human mind learning from cases and experience, identifying objects, understanding and replying to language, solving hurdles, making decisions and uniting these and other capabilities to achieve functions a human might perform.
AI is part of our everyday lives. The flow in AI development is made possible by the sudden accessibility of huge amounts of data and the conforming growth and wide obtainability of computer systems that can process all that data quicker and more perfectly than humans.



Artificial intelligence generally has two broad categories:

1:Narrow AI:

Sometimes denoted to as "Weak AI," this type of artificial intelligence functions within a restricted or narrow context and is a recreation of human intelligence. Narrow AI is often absorbed on performing a single job tremendously well and while these machines may appear intelligent, they are operating under far more restrictions and boundaries than even the most elementary human intelligence.

2:Artificial General Intelligence (AGI):

AGI, occasionally referred to as "Strong AI," is the type of artificial intelligence we see in the movies. AGI is a machine with general intelligence and, much like a human being; it can apply that intelligence to solve any problem any time.


Artificial intelligence is universally today, but some of it has been around for lengthier than you think. Here are just a few of the most common examples.

Email filtering:

: Artificial intelligence is used in email services to filter received emails. Operators can train their spam filters by marking emails as “spam”.


Artificial intelligence is majorly used in online ecommerce services to personalize your experience. Services, like Amazon or Netflix, acquire from your previous consumptions and the purchases of other consumers in order to endorse relevant content.

Image recognition:

AI technology that can recognize and classify objects, people, writing, and even actions within still or moving images. Normally driven by deep neural networks, image recognition is used for fingerprint ID systems, mobile check deposit apps.

Fraud detection:

Artificial intelligence commonly used in banks to determine if there is weird movement on your account. Unanticipated activity, such as overseas transactions, could be highlighted by the algorithm.

Speech recognition:

Applications use artificial intelligence to improve speech recognition functions. Examples include intelligent personal assistants, like Apple’s “Siri”.

Ride-share services:

Uber, Careem, and other ride-share services use artificial intelligence to link travelers with drivers to diminish wait times and detours, deliver reliable ETAs, and even remove the need for outpouring pricing during high-traffic time.


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