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Artificial Intelligence 06 – Neurones Concepts Recognition by 256 Synapses

How to simulate a pattern recognition ? For exemple we have to learn by training to recognize the 10 first arabian letters to assignate to « zero » to « nine » concepts. Where are Synapses ? Where are the Neurones ? Where are the Concepts Localization on Brain ? Let’s see a Matlab simulation for a prototype without […]

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Artificial Intelligence 05 – Mental Fluidity

La distinction entre le type et l’attribut est une clé majeure dans la compréhension de la cognition humaine. La fluidité mentale est

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Artificial Intelligence 04 – Propositionnal Logics or Relationnal Quantities ?

First articles 01, 02 and 03 on artificial intelligence used relational laws from quantities, measurements, statistics to and from same concepts. It is one of the 20th century sciences methods. We establish relationships  with mathematical equations on a real phenomenon descriptive variables. Then we forgot since Galileo around 1600, with great, huge successes, to use smelling, hearing […]

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Artificial Intelligence 02 – French or English Language ?

How do we compare simply two texts in English and French ? It is the fundamentals for Artificial Intelligence. First : « is Text in English or in French ? » « Do Calculators able to know it ? » Old References Texts for Language Is English Habits for text an Artificial Intelligence ? In a first time we […]

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Artificial Intelligence 01 – Prolog

PROLOG Clauses de Horn Prédicats. Commandes h. : historique !h. : Donne l’aide de h. [fichier]. : charge le fichier fichier.pl help(list). : Aide sur la commande list ; : Demande une autre occurance. . : Stoppe la demande. [library(quintus)]. : charge la librairie quintus.  X = statistics. $X. Affectation d’une variable. plus(1,3,Y) : Donne […]

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