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  1. #1 what language are AIs programmed in? 
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    what languages are AIs or learning softwares programmed in?


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    Common languages used for AI are Lisp, IPL and Prolog, but realistically any language can be used and it is common to see AI research written in C based languages.


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    Could the language used limit the AI written by it? Why would someone choose C over lisp, or is it just personal preference?

    On a similiar note, Does anyone have any recommendations for a book on lisp?
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    Main princip of programing in LISP is recoursion, that is same way as we (people) think, because of that LISP is used for AI programing
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    From what I've learned , there are several logic of statement in AI programming such as Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network, am i right?
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    I think this is Fuzzy Logic.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Forhad
    I think this is Fuzzy Logic.




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    why and what reason you thought it was fuzzy logic?
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    Dear Softix,
    thankx for ur massage.
    becouse of i read a artical on Wikipedia about Fuzzy logic.

    if you wanna you can read this topic on this URl : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzzy_logic

    thas way i though fuzzy logic is the progamming language of Artificial intelligence

    take care
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forhad
    Dear Softix,
    thankx for ur massage.
    becouse of i read a artical on Wikipedia about Fuzzy logic.

    if you wanna you can read this topic on this URl : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzzy_logic

    thas way i though fuzzy logic is the progamming language of Artificial intelligence

    take care
    thanks a lot... I did learned Fuzzy Logic before but just basic things only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjacob
    Could the language used limit the AI written by it? Why would someone choose C over lisp, or is it just personal preference?
    Most modern programming languages are Turing complete, that is, they can be used to express every computable function. That being said, you'd have an easier time with some languages over others.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_completeness

    On a similiar note, Does anyone have any recommendations for a book on lisp?
    I don't program in Lisp myself, but I know some real fanatics. The thing that clinches the deal with Lisp is macros, a very powerful way of writing code that writes code.
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