What is Artificial Intelligence?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a fast-expanding field with a wide range of possible applications. Although the application of AI in Nepal is still in its infancy, there is potential for it to be applied in a variety of contexts, including.
AI can be used to increase crop yields, forecast weather, and check the moisture content of the soil.
Chatbots and diagnostic tools driven by AI can aid in remote consultations and help treatments be more effective and precise.
AI can be used to enhance public transit and improve traffic flow.
AI may be used to stop fraud and make financial transactions more efficient.
AI can be applied to personalize learning, boost student engagement, and help with student needs adaptation.
AI has the potential to increase the effectiveness of government services and assist in automating repetitive chores.
AI can be utilized in the tourism industry to better understand and anticipate visitor behavior.
What are the 4 types of artificial intelligence AI?
Based on their level of sophistication and capacity to mimic human cognition, there are typically four types of artificial intelligence (AI) that are widely acknowledged. These four varieties of AI include:
Reactive machines are the most basic kind of artificial intelligence (AI); they have no memory and are incapable of learning from their prior experiences; they can only respond to predetermined inputs. ATMs and chess-playing software are two examples that can only react to the present position of the board.
Limited Memory: This kind of AI is capable of keeping a partial memory of past occurrences and using that knowledge to inform future actions. Self-driving cars, which can identify objects, pedestrians, and traffic signals and make decisions based on the circumstances they are presented with, are an example of limited memory AI.
Philosophy of Mind: Mentality AI can forecast how humans will act in certain circumstances by using their understanding of their emotions, beliefs, and thoughts. Virtual assistants and chatbots are two examples of this type of experimental AI that has not yet reached its full potential.
The most advanced form of AI capable of consciousness and self-awareness is self-aware AI. Although this kind of AI is still largely theoretical and does not yet exist, some scientists think it may one day be possible to build actual consciousness-capable machines.
To truly deploy AI, Nepal must make improvements to its infrastructure, data accessibility, and legal framework. Also, there is a need for increased funding for AI professional training, education, and research.