Hi Evgenii Rudnyi 

There is Intelligence (which requires a self to decide things)
and there is AI, which does not use a self. In AI, the
lights are on, but nobody's home.


Roger , rclo...@verizon.net
8/14/2012 
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On 12.08.2012 08:53 Russell Standish said the following:
> On Sun, Aug 12, 2012 at 08:28:42AM +0200, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
>> Okay. Let us take then a self-driving car. Is it intelligent?
>>
>> Evgenii
>>
>
> Could be. A self-driving car that navigates a simple environment with
> beacons and constrained tracks need not be very intelligent. I'm
> thinking here of the Lego Mindstorm creations that my son created
> during robotics classes at school. But a car that successfully
> navigates everyday streets without mowing down other road users would
> probably have to be quite intelligent.
>
> Cheers
>

Please look at self-driving cars from the Standford course on AI:

http://blog.rudnyi.ru/2011/12/self-driving-cars.html

The question however, how you define intelligence so that to make such a 
self-driving car more intelligent that a bacterium?

Evgenii

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