... From: meshteb Sent: August 12, 2002 6:44 AM ... Depends on your definition of decent . :) There are some decent games out there,
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, Aug 14, 2002
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From: "meshteb" <meshteb@...>
Sent: August 12, 2002 6:44 AM
> Can you please help me to examine the AI literature to discover
> whether or not the following tasks can currently be solved by
> 1. Playing a decent game of table tennis
Depends on your definition of "decent". :) There are some "decent"
games out there, I beleive; I'm not quite sure why you need AI for that though....
> 2. Driving in the center of Washington.
If it's computer simultion, possibly. An AI agent, driving a physical car real time,
anywhere, not just Washington; doubdfully :) Just consider how many
volumes of information you need to process in milliseconds and make a decision!
> 3. Writing an intentionally funny story.
There were such attempts, even long time ago. Remeber reading somewhere examples
and some of them made me laugh, but computers lack imagination to come up
w/ smth intentionally unique...
> 4. Translating spoken English into spoken Swedish in real time.
This is from pattern recognition (speech, specifically) and NLP.
There's a lot of research going on in these areas. Depending on how
much of vocabulary and intonations and accents you want the system to recognize
and translate properly, it's possible I believe.
The last two are more "tangible" and "feasible" to implement.
Chances are there are software programs that make it real.
PS: All of the above is my opinion only and not necessarily other members of
this group ;) For the lack of time, I did not provide any concrete examples
to support my statements; I hope some people can provide them for me
or some time later I'll do it myself :)
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