Global Dimensions of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
What you'll learn
- Students will learn the Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the way to perform creative functions that are considered the prerogative of person
- To study AI as a science and technology of creating intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs
- To study possible role of artificial intelligence in the daily life of international society and its reflection on the global development of the world.
- To study Various methods, which are used in the field of Artificial Intelligence
- To study main fields of the using Artificial Intelligence, including: Banking system, education, medicine, industry, human resources, philosophy, communication
- For the involvement in the course, the minimal requirement for the student is the having knowledge about Origin and understanding of the term "artificial intelligence"
The purpose of the lecture course in Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to review and analyze the role and place of AI in the framework of the scientific-technical revolution and to explain, how it performs the creative functions that are traditionally considered the prerogative of a person. During the lecture course, the history of Artificial Intelligence development, different tests of the logical character, fields of business and economy, and other sciences, where the AI is used, main scientific centers of AI, and other interesting topics will be discussed.
Discussing AI, the following definitions of artificial intelligence are given:
• Scientific direction, within the framework of which the problems of hardware or software modeling of those types of human activity that are traditionally considered to be intellectual are set and solved.
• The property of intelligent systems to perform functions (creative), which are traditionally considered the prerogative of a person. At the same time, an intelligent system is a technical or software system capable of solving problems traditionally considered creative, belonging to a specific subject area, knowledge about which is stored in the memory of such a system. The structure of an intelligent system includes three main blocks - a knowledge base, a solver, and an intelligent interface that allows you to communicate with a computer without special programs for data entry.
• Direction in computer science and information technology, the task of which is to recreate intelligent reasoning and actions using computer systems and other artificial devices.
• The ability of the system to correctly interpret external data, learn from such data and use the knowledge gained to achieve specific goals and objectives through flexible adaptation.
One of the particular definitions of intelligence, common to humans and "machines", can be formulated as follows: "Intelligence is the ability of a system to create, in the course of self-learning, programs (primarily heuristic) for solving problems of a certain class of complexity and to solve these problems."
Who this course is for:
- Taking into consideration, that the introduction and development of Artificial Intelligence is possible in the framework of different academic disciplines and specialties within both directions: Natural and Humanitarian Sciences, the lecture course can be useful for the representatives of the various specialties and different ages
- Lecture course will promote the development of analytical skills among the students - representatives of the different specialties
- Taking into account the development of Information technologies, field: Artificial Intelligence has its global dimension and can be useful for the representatives of the different countries and regions of the World
Dr. Nika Chitadze is a specialist in Caucasus geopolitics, World Politics and strategic affairs. He is currently the Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the International Black Sea University and visited Professor at the European University and Caucasus International University in Tbilisi, Georgia. He is Director of the Center of International Studies at the International Black Sea University, also President of the George C. Marshall Alumni Union, Georgia – International and Security Research Center. Dr. Chitadze previously served as senior advisor on the National Security Council of Georgia and was Head of the Public Relations Division of the State Agency for Regulation of Oil and Gas Resources of Georgia. He has also held senior positions in the Department of Strategic and Military Policy at the Georgian Ministry of Defense and foreign policy research and analysis center of the Ministry of Foreign affairs. Dr. Chitadze has received his educational credentials in Georgia (Tbilisi State University and Diplomatic Academy of Georgia) as well as several international higher educational institutions, including Oxford University in the UK, George C. Marshall European College for Security Studies (Germany) and several other well known European educational institutions. He is the author of about 230 researches and articles and six books on Geopolitics, World Geography and International Relations.