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Artificial Intelligence: Do You Speak AI?

By Margaret Rouse
Published: August 15, 2022
Key Takeaways

Are you familiar with these ten basic AI terms?  Take this quick quiz and find out!

How to take this old-school Jeopardy-style quiz: After you read the explanation, guess the right term -- and click on the blank to see if you’re right!

1. This branch of computer science focuses on technology that can autonomously make a decision and then carry out an action.
What is ________?

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2. This type of artificial intelligence is designed to perform a discrete, single task.
What is ________?

3. The math and logic that supports this type of algorithm will update autonomously as the programming becomes exposed to more data.
What is ________?

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4. This type of AI seeks to generate outcomes that a human being can easily understand.
What is ________?

5. This type of artificial intelligence uses unsupervised learning algorithms to create brand new digital images, video, audio, text or code.
What is ________?

6. This odd-sounding natural language processing (NLP) strategy converts text into numbers that can be processed.
What is ________?

7. This type of AI allows computing devices to identify an object or person at the pixel level and take appropriate action.
What is ________?

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8. This type of AI is often used to automate business processes that are rules-based and repetitive.
What is ________?

9. This type of interactive AI is often used on websites to provide 24-hour customer service.
What is ________?

10. Although there have been a lot of recent advancements in artificial intelligence over the past ten years, AI bots are still unable to pass this test.
What is ________?

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Written by Margaret Rouse

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Margaret Rouse is an award-winning technical writer and teacher known for her ability to explain complex technical subjects simply to a non-technical, business audience. Over the past twenty years her explanations have appeared on TechTarget websites and she's been cited as an authority in articles by the New York Times, Time Magazine, USA Today, ZDNet, PC Magazine and Discovery Magazine.

Margaret's idea of a fun day is helping IT and business professionals learn to speak each other’s highly specialized languages. If you have a suggestion for a new definition or how to improve a technical explanation, please email Margaret or contact her on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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