AI and Deep Learning: new revolution in digital forensics

S.S. Iyengar and Jerry Miller have been published in the Deccan Herald

It was 1956 when attendees at the Dartmouth conferences created the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), opening the storm gates for creativity and imagination in Hollywood, and across the scientific world.

AI has not evolved into the broad, general use originally imagined in 1956, when scientist and citizen alike imagined AI would enable machines to capture “every aspect of learning or any other feature of intelligence…,” and ultimately outthink humans in every aspect of our lives. The concept was unworkable due to the enormous amount of computing power needed to parse, store, identify or tag the information, and then retrieve it. AI has evolved much more narrowly through two key subsets, or subfields: that of machine learning and deep learning, which have given us the breakthroughs we enjoy today.

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