How can I make software like Jarvis
Can JARVIS be real?
After you've worked on AI, the correct answer is
Although I agree with other replies that you are JARVIS to a certain degree and have it follow simple preprogrammed commands, this is VERY different from what JARVIS actually does.
Let's start from the beginning. In the current top answer, the functions of JARVIS are listed as such
- Jarvis can speak
- He can wake you up
- Jarvis watches over the house
- It can even help with migraines
All of this is easy (not really, but easier than what I'll describe later) to program into an AI agent.
Speech recognition and synthesizers are becoming more common (see Siri and Google Voice). They hear audio, filter noise and convert speech into text. Then they use text analysis (like MALT) to extract dependencies in the text. You compare them to hundreds of ready-made commands and customize them accordingly. They perform any task selected by the user ( preprogrammed Tasks) and respond with voice-text software (the oldest of these technologies! Today you can listen to Google Translate).
Ok, that's stupidly easy. You choose any calendar (Microsoft or Google or whatever) or alarm system (even from your phone!) And it can do it. It's a standard technology in every smartphone these days.
This is a more complex technology that is not as readily available. Smart houses become something (Bosch invests a lot in this area, for example) and have the skills you described. They monitor who is in the house, temperature and light, locks, even food in the refrigerator. These, too, are mostly preprogrammed tasks that the system ultimately learns to learn using machine learning techniques at appropriate times.
There are also systems that track health and the like. For example, some smartwatches track your heart rate and it's not a big leap to assume that they could be configured to set off an alarm if the heart rate suddenly changes.
Apart from that, JARVIS does something completely different.
JARVIS can argue . Real, current, reasoning. He can have a conversation with you, request new information, assign conclusions, filter, discard and calculate. I can't stress how revolutionary this is. Of all the things Tony Stark invented in his comics, the most impressive is an Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) like JARVIS.
Today's research only captures how a machine can learn to think. It is something that has always been programmed by humans, not something that a machine has ever learned from a simple analysis of data, as we humans do. Machines can learn information from data, e.g. B. Show pictures of cats and dogs, and after a while the machine can distinguish between them. However, if you show them a bunch of balls of different sizes in a box and ask "which ball is furthest from the largest ball," it is immensely difficult to learn.
Google DeepMind (the leading research group on neural AI) published two articles in the last few months in which the machine learns to think. Check them out here and here. If you read through it, you will see how groundbreaking the research is and how similar it is not. An AGI like JARVIS is astonishingly more advanced than these efforts, and it will take years until we can achieve that level of autonomy, efficiency, and general intelligence.
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