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Topic: Real Life challenge of AI vs Decision Trees

matthewbuskell
posted 5/1/2016  13:59Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Here is the challenge...

Using a real life example show how an inference engine / expert system would make a better decision than a traditional rules based engine.

Its actually harder than it sounds... its easy to share why technically its a better way to come to a given goal however in practice its just as possible to do it with Decision Trees.

The example I was thinking of was choosing a pet and showing how a decision tree could conclude a Lion is a good pet because it cannot take into account uncertainty.

Anyhow, I see nothing on the Net that shares why AI would make a better decision than an traditional rules engine.

Welcome input...

Matt




lordjakian
posted 5/2/2016  04:42Send e-mail to userReply with quote
 
matthewbuskell wrote @ 5/1/2016 1:59:00 PM:
Here is the challenge...

Using a real life example show how an inference engine / expert system would make a better decision than a traditional rules based engine.

Its actually harder than it sounds... its easy to share why technically its a better way to come to a given goal however in practice its just as possible to do it with Decision Trees.

The example I was thinking of was choosing a pet and showing how a decision tree could conclude a Lion is a good pet because it cannot take into account uncertainty.

Anyhow, I see nothing on the Net that shares why AI would make a better decision than an traditional rules engine.

Welcome input...

Matt



 
It said this African lion was my best pet. His name is Munchkin.

Munchkin eats owner, then runs off wild.

Last edited by lordjakian @ 5/2/2016 5:28:00 AM

rouncer
posted 5/6/2016  05:49Send e-mail to userReply with quote
if u code a basic program good enough, with enough detail - it works fine, and u can even make it adapt.

Im sure programmed motor, in the form of dynamic animation if you were brave u could make a killer robot just out of a pure ordinary method based style.

just depends on how good your are at traditional programming - than all this "get your computer to code for you shit."


lordjakian
posted 5/9/2016  17:03Reply with quote
How does one recommend a lion for a pet at all?


Last edited by lordjakian @ 5/9/2016 5:06:00 PM
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