1.2 Describe in your own words how a robot-camera works.
1.3 Explain the meaning of AI, Artificial Intelligence.
1.4 Describe why the robot camera missed the goal.
2.1 View, if available, Youtube video mentioned in the article. Describe what happens during the video.
2.2 How would you solve this problem? Think of at least 3 suggestions.
2.3 This AI-equipped misidentification is not the only failure in AI. Look for at least 3 other examples of AI-equipment failures. This is a suggested website you might find interesting.
3.1 Which advantages do you see in the use of AI-equipped machines? And which disadvantages do you see? Please share valid arguments to support your opinionBeing able to know whether something is fact or opinion, is very important when reading news or watching an advert for example. • A fact is something that can be proved to be correct. • A….
3.2 What is your opinionBeing able to know whether something is fact or opinion, is very important when reading news or watching an advert for example. • A fact is something that can be proved to be correct. • A… regarding the use of AI-equipment? Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages? Please share valid arguments to support your opinion.
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