Historical Background of AI

  • Turing Test

    Turing Test
    The test was introduced in 1950 by Alan Turing and was a test for computer AI so that a judge could test the intelligence of a computer/AI.

    ELIZA is one of the earliest forms of natural language processing and uses simple pattern matching problems to find a appropriate response to what is said.
  • Dendral Expert System

    The Dendral expert system was a machine built to analyis unknown organic molecules.
  • A.L.I.C.E

    A.L.I.C.E. (Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity), also referred to as Alicebot, or simply Alice, is a natural language processing chatterbot—a program that engages in a conversation with a human by applying some heuristical pattern matching rules to the human's input.

    ASIMO is an android created by Honda. Introduced in 2000, ASIMO, which is an acronym for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility,[1] was created to be a helper to people.[2] With aspirations of helping people who lack full mobility, ASIMO is used to encourage young people to study science and mathematics.[3] At 130 cm (4 feet, 3 inches) tall and 54 kg (119
  • Trilobite (Electrolux)

    The Electrolux Trilobite is a robotic vacuum cleaner manufactured by the Swedish corporation Electrolux. It takes its name from the extinct arthropod, which scoured the ocean's floor. The prototype cleaner was first seen on the BBC television programme, "Tomorrow's World", in 1996; when it was demonstrated by presenter Philippa Forrester. It was the world's first commercially available autonomous vacuum cleaner, introduced as a product in 2001
  • AIBO (Sony Pets)

    AIBO (Artificial Intelligence Robot, homonymous with aibō (相棒?), "pal" or "partner" in Japanese) is an iconic series of robotic pets designed and manufactured by Sony. Sony announced a prototype robot in mid 1998.[1] The first consumer model was introduced on May 11, 1999.[2] New models were released every year until 2005.