360DigiTMG – Artificial Intelligence course in Nashik


360DigiTMG – Artificial Intelligence course in Nashik


Artificial intelligence is an area of computer science which makes a computer or software think in a manner similar to how intelligent humans think. It is also called machine intelligence since it is the intelligence demonstrated by machines unlike the natural intelligence of humans and other animals. Any intelligent device or being perceives its environment and modifies its actions in accordance with its own surroundings. In other words, an inanimate object being made to learn new things and to make decisions and do problem-solving on its own are some of the practical applications of AI.

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Why AI?

AI is the science of the future as it strives to reduce human labor and errors in decision making as well as computing. This is a technology, the growth of which is very fast paced, and which can revolutionize the entire world industry as it offers solutions in almost every business field such as banking, healthcare, gaming, automobiles, finance and much more.


The scope of AI is becoming so vast and varied that machines can be made to take over so many areas of human life which involve quick and intelligent problem-solving. Some examples are driverless cars, facial recognition, missile guidance, and tumor detection – to name a few.


The course on AI will provide a broad understanding of the fundamental ideas and methods used to build intelligent computer systems and how AI is used in problem-solving. Prior knowledge of programming languages such as C, C++, Java, Python, SQL, and R are useful pre-requisites for a student. Mathematical concepts such as Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability, Statistics, Matrices – all play an important role in learning AI.


The history of AI dates as far back as 1956 to the time of the Theory of Computation by Alan Turing, which was a result of the study of mathematical logic. The theory that any formal reasoning process can be simulated by digital computers led to researchers considering the possibility of creating an electronic brain. Initially, the AI research started in the area of the game Checkers in 1956 at a Dartmouth College workshop. By 1959, the programs they developed helped computers to be better than an average human in the game, in solving mathematics problems, as well as in speaking English. Soon, laboratories were established around the world, funded by the US Defense Department.

Though progress in research slowed for a few years, it was revived again in the early 1980s. Deep Blue was the first computer chess-playing system to beat a reigning world chess champion, Garry Kasparov on 11 May 1997 in a game which revolutionized the AI industry. Starting from the late 1990s, AI began to be used extensively and with much success for data mining, logistics, medical diagnosis, and other diverse areas. A computer system named AlphaGo, in 2016, beat a professional player in the game of Go, which is a much more complex game than chess. The evolution of faster computers, technological advances in algorithms and data banking has led to further advances in AI in further years. 

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