# Artificial Intelligence (AI) Algorithm

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An Artificial Intelligence (AI) Algorithm is an algorithm that can be implemented by an AI system to solve an AI task.

**Context:**- It can (typically) be the focus of AI Research (by AI researchers).
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**Example(s):**- a Learning Algorithm, such as supervised learning alg., and reinforcement learning alg..
- a Theorem Proving Algorithm, possibly based on a search algorithm.
- an AI Search Algorithm, such as A* search algorithm.
- a Heuristic Search Algorithm, such as: Simulated Annealing.
- a Game Playing Algorithm, such as Alpha-Beta Pruning, and Monte Carlo Tree Search.
- a Logical Inference Algorithm, such as Forward Chaining.
- a Knowledge Representation Algorithms.
- a Reasoning Algorithm, such as: Case-Based Reasoning, Abductive Reasoning, and Non-Monotonic Reasoning.
- a Planning Algorithm, such as: STRIPS, and Graphplan.
- an ML-based Algorithm, such as: a boosted trees algorithm.
- a GenAI Algorithm, such as: an LLM-based algorithm.
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**Counter-Example(s):****See:**NLP Algorithm, AI Research, Planning Algorithm, Logical Reasoning Algorithm.

## References

### 2017

- (Wikipedia, 2017) ⇒ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/artificial_intelligence Retrieved:2017-8-1.
- … Approaches include statistical methods, computational intelligence, and traditional symbolic AI. Many tools are used in AI, including versions of search and mathematical optimization, logic, methods based on probability and economics.

### 2000

- (Meystel & Albus, 2000) ⇒ Alexander M. Meystel, and James Sacra Albus. (2000). “Intelligent Systems: Architecture, Design, and Control, 1st edition.
*John Wiley & Sons.*- QUOTE: … Intelligence as a computational phenomenon dwells upon grouping, focusing attention, and combinatorial search as its fundamental operators. …

### 1956

- AI Conference at Dartmouth College

### 1955

- (McCarthy, 1955) ⇒ John McCarthy. (1955). “".