It is undeniable that technology is rapidly evolving. Those things that are once a concept are now being materialized. We are currently embracing a new digital age where artificial intelligence is no longer a product of various science fiction novels but a real-life technology. In this video, Jim McKeeth is joined by Embarcadero MVP Yilmaz Yoru to tackle everything about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. We will learn how this technology evolved over time, the ide software, programming languages, and libraries that are good for AI and the future of this technology.
Things you need to know about artificial intelligence and machine learning
Generally, Artificial Intelligence refers to the intelligence exhibited by machines capable of carrying out tasks that usually require human intelligence. It refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think like humans and mimic their actions. The term may also be applied to any machine that exhibits traits associated with a human mind such as learning and problem-solving. Some of these mental capabilities and functions may also refer to as Artificial General Intelligence or better known as the Strong AI. Machine Learning, on the other hand, is a subset of AI and uses algorithms to learn from data, find patterns in data and make predictions about future events or outcomes.
Today, Artificial Intelligence can be applied to many things like chatbots, virtual assistants, autonomous cars, and more. When it comes to Machine Learning and AI development, the first thing you must consider is to pick the right programming language depending on what kind of machine or software you are building. In this video, we will get a list of ideal programming languages that work well with AI and Machine Learning. Some of which include Delphi, C++, C++ Builder, Python, and Java to name a few.
We will also learn about different libraries and resources you can use for AI Software development. This includes TensorFlow, OpenCV, Mitov Software Intelligence Lab, and more. Jim McKeeth will also provide demos showing the aforementioned libraries in action using Delphi. The video will also discuss AI Ethics, AI Singularity, Movies and Programs that use AI and Machine learning as main subjects, as well as the things we could expect from these technologies in the future.
To learn more about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, feel free to watch the webinar below.