Artificial intelligence enters the marketplace
Bantam Books, Jun 1, 1986 - Computers - 193 pages
By illustrating what it can and cannot do, this book puts Artificial Intelligence in perspecitve. It describes the challenges AI can solve and concentrates on the two hottest AI areas currently under commercial development: natural language processing systems and expert systems.
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AI Comes of Age
Natural Language Processing
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AI's Al-based already ambiguity analysis areas artificial intelligence assembly language basic capabilities commercial companies complex computer science computer's concepts conceptual view corporate create customers DARPA database decision trees designed difficult electronic entrepreneurs example exist expert systems fact field Fifth-Generation Project Figure firms fourth-generation languages functions funding goals grammar hardware higher-level human ICOT important industry inference engine inference rules Japan Japanese knowledge base knowledge-based LISP LISP machine logical view machine language marketplace meaning natural language processing natural language system noun phrase parallel processing parse tree perform personal computers potential problems processors programming languages PROLOG puter query questions result robots role rule-based approach rule-based programming semantic primitives sentence sequence simply solution solve specific speech recognition start-up stored success syntactic tasks techniques tion today's toolkits understand vendors verb phrase vertical applications words XCON