Who Invented Artificial Intelligence?

Who Invented Artificial Intelligence?

What is Artificial Intelligence? A computer program with artificial intelligence can learn and adapt on its own, just like humans do. This idea has been around for decades but it’s only recently that we’ve come close enough to being able to put all our cognitive practices into machines so they have some of those abilities too.

Alan Mathison Turing is often considered the father of artificial intelligence. He first introduced his ideas on this topic in a paper published in 1936, titled “The Intelligent Machinist.” This theory  suggests that any machine with similar capabilities as human beings can learn to do simple mathematical calculations and problem-solving tasks without using books or other outside sources for help; something we’re still trying to solve now more than ever.

Alan Turing was a revolutionary who made major contributions to mathematics, cryptanalysis and logic. He also had an insight into the field of artificial life which has been unmatched till date with his research on cellular automata in 1948 at age 24 representing what we now know as Boolean Algebras or Octonions, a 8th dimension that does not exist within our physical realm but can be programmed using operators exclusive only for these higher dimensions.

Turing’s “stored-program concept” is the basis for modern computers. A machine with an unlimited memory and a scanner that moves back and forth through it, symbol by symbol reading what they find but also writing further symbols dictated by programs themselves stored in this infinite storage space; all of these actions can be preformed using only instructions present within its own computing system at any given moment which was first invented 35 years ago as simply called The Universal Machine today known worldwide among scientists around world because without understanding how truly amazing minds like Alan Mathison Turing were when he created such revolutionary devices capable off processing immense amounts religious texts or music files from youtube videos.

Alan Mathison is the person responsible for creating Artificial Intelligence and it’s something we can all be thankful for.

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