Forging of Humans Thinking Ideas and Machines Understanding (Computing) using the Artificial Intelligence

Prof Amar, Nath Singh, Pratyusha Rajguru, Chanchal Sanghai
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research in Science, Engineering and Technology   unpublished
The Artificial intelligence is the modern technology which makes the machine intelligent and smart. It's not surprising that the public's imagination has been ignited by Artificial Intelligence since the term was first coined in 1955. In the ensuing 60 years, we have been alternately captivated by its promise, wary of its potential for abuse and frustrated by its slow development. But like so many advanced technologies that were conceived before their time, Artificial Intelligence has come to
more » ... gence has come to be widely misunderstood, mischaracterized by the media, portrayed as everything from savior to scourge of humanity [1]. It is the aspect of the science which enforces the machine to be as much as intelligent like human thinking. Human can thing and implement the idea according to his wish, but for a machine it's not easy. Those of us engaged in serious information science and in its application in the real world of business and society understand the enormous potential of intelligent systems. The future of such technology which we believe will be cognitive, not-artificial‖ has very different characteristics from those generally attributed to AI, spawning different kinds of technological, scientific and societal challenges and opportunities, with different requirements for governance, policy and management.