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Topic: What is the role of AI in CAS?
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Nasser Abbasi

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What is the role of AI in CAS?
Posted: Oct 28, 2017 7:07 PM
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As AI becomes more smart, and now the prediction is that
in 30 years, AI will be 30 times smarter than humans,
I was wondering, what will a CAS based on AI look like
and be able to do then?

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/10/27/robots-will-be-100-times-smarter-than-humans-in-30-years-tech-exec-says.html

"Now the tech exec thinks robots will not just outsmart humans,
but will have an IQ of 10,000 in the next 30 years."

Also with google "Alpha GO zero" teaching itself GO and then
beating "google GO" 100-0, where "google GO" itself beat the
world GO champion, is really scary.

So, how can AI programming be used in CAS?

Will training Neural Networks using millions of solved
calculus problems make it able to solve any new integration or
differentiation problem? Will it learn Math on its own?

Or is pure Math and AI difficult to mix this way? Does
AI has a rule to play in Math?

Just wondering, that is all. Any thoughts on this?

--Nasser



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