Artificial Intelligence MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) - SchoolingAxis

Artificial Intelligence MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)

 Que- Which approach to speech recognition avoids the problem caused by the differences in the way words are pronounced according to context? 

a. continuous speech recognition 

b. connected word recognition 

c. isolated word recognition 

d. speaker-dependent recognition  


Ans- isolated word recognition  


Que- A KES knowledge base contains information in the form of: 

a. associations 

b. actions 

c. free text 

d. all of the mentioned  


Ans- all of the mentioned   


Que- In AI programming, a list may contain: 

a. cells 

b. fields 

c. pointers 

d. all of the mentioned  


Ans- all of the mentioned   


Que- In LISP, the function (minusp (-20 4 8 8 1) returns 

a. T 

b. F 

c. NIL 

d. -20 


Ans- T  


Que- Special programs that assist programmers are called: 

a. heuristic processors 

b. symbolic programmers 

c. intelligent programming tools 

d. program recognizers  


Ans- intelligent programming tools  


Que- If the English Philosopher Thomas Hobbes could be called 'grandfather' of artificial intelligence, then who could be called its father? 

a. A.M. Turning 

b. John McCarthy 

c. Allen Newell 

d. Herbert Simon  


Ans- A.M. Turning  


Que- LISP machines also are known as: 

a. AI workstations 

b. Time-sharing terminals 

c. Super mini computers 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- AI workstations  


Que- Natural language processing can be divided into the two subfields of: 

a. context and expectations 

b. generation and understanding 

c. semantics of pragmatics 

d. recognition and synthesis  


Ans- generation and understanding  


Que- How many ALU(s) is/are control by one control unit is SIMD (single instruction stream, multiple data stream) architecture? 

a. one or more ALUs 

b. One ALU 

c. Only two ALU 

d. Impossible to say  


Ans- one or more ALUs  


Que-  Which of the following function returns t if the object is a number in LISP? 

a. (number <object>) 

b. (numberp <object>) 

c. (numericp <object>) 

d. (numeric <object>)  


Ans- (numberp <object>)  


Que- Which of the following have computers traditionally done better than people? 

a. storing information 

b. responding flexibly 

c. computing numerically 

d. both storing information & computing numerically  


Ans- both storing information & computing numerically   


Que- The characteristics of the computer system capable of thinking, reasoning and learning is known is 

a. machine intelligence 

b. human intelligence 

c. artificial intelligence 

d. virtual intelligence  


Ans- artificial intelligence  


Que- What part of the manufacturing process relate to each stage of the process and to the process as a whole? 

a. field service 

b. design 

c. distribution 

d. project management  


Ans- project management   


Que- The area of AI that investigates methods of facilitating communication between people and computers is: 

a. natural language processing 

b. symbolic processing 

c. decision support 

d. robotics  


Ans- natural language processing  


Que- In the 16th century, a Czech rabbi reportedly created a living clay man whose name has become a synonym for an artificial human. The clay man's name was: 

a. Frankenstein 

b. Golem 

c. Paracelsus 

d. Hal  


Ans- Golem  


Que- For speech understanding systems to gain widespread acceptance in office automation, they must feature: 

a. speaker independence 

b. speaker dependence 

c. isolated word recognition 

d. all of the mentioned  


Ans- speaker independence  


Que- What is a Cybernetics? 

a. Study of communication between two machines 

b. Study of communication between human and machine 

c. Study of communication between two humans 

d. Study  of Boolean values  


Ans- Study of communication between human and machine  


Que- What is the goal of artificial intelligence? 

a. To solve real-world problems 

b. To solve artificial problems 

c. To explain various sorts of intelligence 

d. To extract scientific causes  


Ans- To explain various sorts of intelligence  


Que- An algorithm is complete if 

a. It terminates with a solution when one exists 

b. It starts with a solution 

c. It does not terminate with a solution 

d. It has a loop  


Ans- It terminates with a solution when one exists  


Que- Which is true regarding BFS (Breadth First Search)? 

a. BFS will get trapped exploring a single path 

b. The entire tree so far been generated must be stored in BFS 

c. BFS is not guaranteed to find a solution, if exists 

d. BFS is nothing but Binary First Search  


Ans- The entire tree so far been generated must be stored in BFS  


Que- What is a heuristic function? 

a. A function to solve mathematical problems 

b. A function which takes parameters of type string and returns an integer value 

c. A function whose return type is nothing 

d. A function that maps from problem state descriptions to measures of desirability  


Ans- A function that maps from problem state descriptions to measures of desirability   


Que- The traveling salesman problem involves n cities with paths connecting the cities. The time taken for traversing through all the cities, without knowing in advance the length of a minimum tour, is 

a. O(n) 

b. O(n2) 

c. O(n!) 

d. O(n/2)  


Ans- O(n!)  


Que- The problem space of means-end analysis has 

a. An initial state and one or more goal states 

b. One or more initial states and one goal state 

c. One or more initial states and one or more goal state 

d. One initial state and one goal state  


Ans- An initial state and one or more goal states  


Que- An algorithm A is admissible if 

a. It is not guaranteed to return an optimal solution when one exists 

b. It is guaranteed to return an optimal solution when one exists 

c. It returns more solutions, but not an optimal one 

d. It guarantees to return more optimal solutions  


Ans- It is guaranteed to return an optimal solution when one exists  


Que- Knowledge may be (I). Declarative. (II). Procedural. (III). Non-procedural. 

a. Only (I) above 

b. Only (II) above 

c. Only (III) above 

d. Both (I) and (II) above  


Ans- Both (I) and (II) above   


Que- In 1985, the famous chess player David Levy beat a world champion chess program in four straight games by using orthodox moves that confused the program. What was the name of the chess program? 

a. Kaissa 

b. CRAY BLITZ 

c. Golf 

d. DIGDUG  


Ans- CRAY BLITZ  


Que- The explanation facility of an expert system may be used to: 

a. construct a diagnostic model 

b. expedite the debugging process 

c. explain the system's reasoning process 

d. explain the system's reasoning process & expedite the debugging process  


Ans- explain the system's reasoning process & expedite the debugging process   


Que- Visual clues that are helpful in computer vision include: 

a. color and motion 

b. depth and texture 

c. height and weight 

d. color and motion, depth and texture  


Ans- color and motion, depth and texture   


Que- In which of the following areas may ICAI programs prove to be useful? 

a. educational institutions 

b. corporations 

c. department of Defense 

d. all of the mentioned  


Ans- all of the mentioned   


Que- A network with named nodes and labeled arcs that can be used to represent certain natural language grammars to facilitate parsing. 

a. Tree Network 

b. Star Network 

c. Transition Network 

d. Complete Network  


Ans- Transition Network  


Que- Computers normally solve problem by breaking them down into a series of yes-or-no decisions represented by 1s and 0s. What is the name of the logic that allows computers to assign numerical values that fail somewhere between 0 and 1? 

a. Human logic 

b. Fuzzy logic 

c. Boolean logic 

d. Operational logic  


Ans- Fuzzy logic  


Que- The company that grew out of research at the MIT AI lab is: 

a. AI corp 

b. LMI 

c. Symbolics 

d. both LMI & Symbolics  


Ans- both LMI & Symbolics   


Que- Which technique is being investigated as an approach to automatic programming? 

a. generative CAI 

b. specification by example 

c. non-hierarchical planning 

d. all of the mentioned  


Ans- specification by example  


Que- The primary method that people use to sense their environment is: 

a. reading 

b. writing 

c. speaking 

d. seeing  


Ans- seeing   


Que- The Newell and Simon program that proved theorems of Principal Mathematical was: 

a. Elementary Perceiver 

b. General Problem Solver 

c. Logic Theorist 

d. Boolean Algebra  


Ans- Logic Theorist  


Que- The cray X-MP, IBM 3090 and connection machine can he characterized as 

a. SISD 

b. SIMD 

c. MISD 

d. MIMD  


Ans- SIMD  


Que- Output segments of AI programming contain? 

a. Printed language and synthesized 

b. Manipulation of physical object 

c. Locomotion 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- All of the mentioned   


Que- In LISP, the square root of X is referenced as? 

a. sqrt(x) 

b. (sqrt x) 

c. x/2 

d. x/3  


Ans- (sqrt x)  


Que- How can you evaluate 1.25 + sqrt (144) in LISP? 

a. 1.25+sqrt (1.44) 

b. (1.25+sqrt (1.44)) 

c. (+1.25 sqrt (1.44) 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- (+1.25 sqrt (1.44)  


Que- When a top-level function is entered, the LISP processor does? 

a. It reads the function entered 

b. It prints the result returned by the function 

c. Large memory and high-speed processor 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- It prints the result returned by the function  


Que- Which kind of planning consists of successive representations of different levels of plan? 

a. Hierarchical planning 

b. Non-hierarchical planning 

c. Project planning 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- Hierarchical planning  


Que- The component of an ICAI (Intelligent Computer Assisted Instruction) presenting information to the student is the? 

a. Student model 

b. Problem solving expertise 

c. Tutoring module 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- Tutoring module  


Que- In which of the following situations might a blind search be acceptable 

a. Real life situation 

b. Complex game 

c. Small search space 

d. All of the mentioned  


Ans- Small search space  


Que- The hardware feature of LISP machines generally include? 

a. Large memory and high-speed processor 

b. Letter quality printers and eight -inch disk drives 

c. A mouse and specialized keyboard 

d. A mouse and specialized keyboard, Letter quality printers and eight -inch disk drives  


Ans- A mouse and specialized keyboard, Letter quality printers and eight -inch disk drives

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