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Artificial Intelligence MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) - SchoolingAxis

Artificial Intelligence MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) - SchoolingAxis

Artificial Intelligence MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)

 Que- What is the intentional exchange of information brought about by production and perception? 

a. Hearing 

b. Communication 

c. Speech 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Communication  


Que- What is the complex system of structured message? 

a. Languages 

b. Words 

c. Signs 

d. Speech   


Ans- Languages  


Que- How many things are present in conventional communication signs? 

a. 3 

b. 4 

c. 5 

d. 6 


Ans- 5  


Que- What is defined by set of strings? 

a. Signs 

b. Formal language 

c. Communication 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Formal language  


Que- What is a finite set of rules that specifies a language? 

a. Signs 

b. Communication 

c. Grammer 

d. Phrase   


Ans- Grammer  


Que- What kind of perception is used in printing? 

a. Optical character recognition 

b. Speech recognition 

c. Perception 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Optical character recognition  


Que- Why the parsing is used? 

a. Interpretation 

b. Building a parse tree 

c. Recognition 

d. All of the mentioned   


Ans- Building a parse tree  


Que- How many objects are available in closed classes? 

a. 1 

b. 2 

c. 3 

d. 4 


Ans- 4  


Que- How many states are present in parsing? 

a. 1 

b. 2 

c. 3 

d. 4 


Ans- 3  


Que- Pick out the correct option about the types of parsing. 

a. Top-down and bottom-up parsing 

b. Interpretation and communication 

c. Roll-up and roll-down 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Top-down and bottom-up parsing  


Que- Semantic grammars: 

a. Encode semantic information into a syntactic grammar 

b. Decode semantic information into a syntactic grammar 

c. Encode syntactic information into a semantic grammar 

d. Decode syntactic information into a semantic grammar  


Ans- Encode semantic information into a syntactic grammar  


Que- What is a top-down parser? 

a. Begins by hypothesizing a sentence (the symbol S) and successively predicting lower level constituents until individual pre-terminal symbols are written 

b. Begins by hypothesizing a sentence (the symbol S) and successively predicting upper level constituents until individual pre-terminal symbols are written 

c. Begins by hypothesizing lower level constituents and successively predicting a sentence (the symbol S) 

d. Begins by hypothesizing upper level constituents and successively predicting a sentence (the symbol S)  


Ans- Begins by hypothesizing a sentence (the symbol S) and successively predicting lower level constituents until individual pre-terminal symbols are written  


Que- Perception involves 

a. Sights, sounds, smell and touch 

b. Hitting 

c. Boxing 

d. Dancing  


Ans- Sights, sounds, smell and touch  


Que- The process by which you become aware of messages through your sense is called 

a. Organization 

b. Sensation 

c. Interpretation-Evaluation 

d. Perception  


Ans- Perception   


Que- Susan is so beautiful; I bet she is smart too. This is an example of 

a. The halo effect 

b. The primary effect 

c. A self-fulfilling prophecy 

d. The recency effect  


Ans- The halo effect  


Que- _____ prevents you from seeing an individual as an individual rather than as a member of a group. 

a. Cultural mores 

b. Stereotypes 

c. Schematas 

d. Attributions  


Ans- Schematas  


Que- When you get fired from your job and you determine it is because your boss dislikes you, you are most likely exhibiting 

a. Self-promotion 

b. Fundamental attribution error 

c. Over-attribution 

d. Self-serving bias  


Ans- Self-serving bias   


Que- Mindless processing is 

a. careful, critical thinking 

b. inaccurate and faulty processing 

c. information processing that relies heavily on familiar schemata 

d. processing that focuses on unusual or novel events  


Ans- information processing that relies heavily on familiar schemata  


Que- Selective retention occurs when 

a. we process, store, and retrieve information that we have already selected, organized, and interpreted 

b. we make choices to experience particular stimuli 

c. we make choices to avoid particular stimuli 

d. we focus on specific stimuli while ignoring other stimuli  


Ans- we process, store, and retrieve information that we have already selected, organized, and interpreted  


Que- Which of the following strategies would NOT be effective at improving your communication competence? 

a. Recognize the people, objects, and situations remain stable over time 

b. Recognize that each person's frame of perception is unique 

c. Be active in perceiving 

d. Distinguish facts from inference  


Ans- Recognize the people, objects, and situations remain stable over time  


Que- _____________  is measured by the number of mental structures we use, how abstract they are, and how elaborate they interact to shape our perceptions. 

a. intrapersonal structure 

b. perceptual set 

c. self-justification 

d. none of the mentioned  


Ans- none of the mentioned   


Que- A perception check is 

a. a cognitive bias that makes us listen only to information we already agree with 

b. a method teachers use to reward good listeners in the classroom 

c. any factor that gets in the way of good listening and decreases our ability to interpret correctly 

d. a response that allows you to state your interpretation and ask your partner whether or not that interpretation is correct  


Ans- a response that allows you to state your interpretation and ask your partner whether or not that interpretation is correct   


Que- What is the dominant modality for communication between humans? 

a. Hear 

b. Speech 

c. Smell 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Speech  


Que- What kind of signal is used in speech recognition? 

a. Electromagnetic signal 

b. Electric signal 

c. Acoustic signal 

d. Radar   


Ans- Acoustic signal  


Que- What is viewed as problem of probabilistic inference? 

a. Speech recognition 

b. Speaking 

c. Hearing 

d. Utterance   


Ans- Speech recognition  


Que- Which specifies the prior probability of each utterance? 

a. Sound model 

b. Model 

c. Language model 

d. All of the mentioned   


Ans- Language model  


Que- Which model gives the probability of each word following each other word? 

a. Bigram model 

b. Diagram model 

c. Gram model 

d. Speech model   


Ans- Bigram model  


Que- What is the study of how the language sounds? 

a. Speechology 

b. Biology 

c. Trilogy 

d. Phonology   


Ans- Phonology    


Que- What are periodic changes in pressure that propagate through the air? 

a. Air waves 

b. Sound waves 

c. Rate 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Sound waves  


Que- What is called as the properties of the signal that extend over interval? 

a. Hops 

b. Rate 

c. Frames 

d. All of the mentioned   


Ans- Frames  


Que- Which is used to capture the internal structure of the phones? 

a. One-state phone model 

b. Two-state phone model 

c. Three-state phone mone 

d. All of the mentioned   


Ans- Three-state phone mone  


Que- Which are partially captured by triphone model? 

a. Articulation effects 

b. Coarticulation effects 

c. Both Articulation & Coarticulation effects 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Coarticulation effects  


Que- Which provides agents with information about the world they inhabit? 

a. Sense 

b. Perception 

c. Reading 

d. Hearing   


Ans- Perception  


Que- What is used to initiate the perception in the environment? 

a. Sensor 

b. Read 

c. Actuators 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Sensor  


Que- What is the study of light? 

a. Biology 

b. Lightology 

c. Photometry 

d. All of the mentioned   


Ans- Photometry  


Que- How to increase the brightness of the pixel? 

a. Sound 

b. Amount of light 

c. Surface 

d. Waves   


Ans- Amount of light  


Que- How many kinds of reflection are available in image perception? 

a. 1 

b. 2 

c. 3 

d. 4 


Ans- 2  


Que- What is meant by predicting the value of a state variable from the past? 

a. Specular reflection 

b. Diffuse reflection 

c. Gaussian filter 

d. Smoothing   


Ans- Smoothing    


Que- How many types of image processing techniques are there in image perception? 

a. 1 

b. 2 

c. 3 

d. 4 


Ans- 3  


Que- Which is meant by assuming any two neighboring that are both edge pixels with consistent orientation? 

a. Canny edge detection 

b. Smoothing 

c. Segmentation 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Canny edge detection  


Que- What is the process of breaking an image into groups? 

a. Edge detection 

b. Smoothing 

c. Segmentation 

d. None of the mentioned   


Ans- Segmentation  


Que- How many types of 3-D image processing techniques are there in image perception? 

a. 3 

b. 4 

c. 5 

d. 6 


Ans- 5  


Que- What is the name for information sent from robot sensors to robot controllers? 

a. temperature 

b. pressure 

c. feedback 

d. signal  


Ans- feedback  


Que- Which of the following terms refers to the rotational motion of a robot arm? 

a. swivel 

b. axle 

c. retrograde 

d. roll  


Ans- roll   


Que- What is the name for the space inside which a robot unit operates? 

a. environment 

b. spatial base 

c. work envelope 

d. exclusion zone  


Ans- work envelope  


Que- Which of the following terms IS NOT one of the five basic parts of a robot? 

a. peripheral tools 

b. end effectors 

c. controller 

d. drive  


Ans- peripheral tools  


Que- Decision support programs are designed to help managers make: 

a. budget projections 

b. visual presentations 

c. business decisions 

d. vacation schedules  


Ans- business decisions  


Que- PROLOG is an AI programming language which solves problems with a form of symbolic logic known as predicate calculus. It was developed in 1972 at the University of Marseilles by a team of specialists. Can you name the person who headed this team? 

a. Alain Colmerauer 

b. Niklaus Wirth 

c. Seymour Papert 

d. John McCarthy  


Ans- Alain Colmerauer  


Que- The number of moveable joints in the base, the arm, and the end effectors of the robot determines_________ 

a. degrees of freedom 

b. payload capacity 

c. operational limits 

d. flexibility  


Ans- degrees of freedom  


Que- Which of the following places would be LEAST likely to include operational robots? 

a. warehouse 

b. factory 

c. hospitals 

d. private homes  


Ans- private homes   


Que- For a robot unit to be considered a functional industrial robot, typically, how many degrees of freedom would the robot have? 

a. three 

b. four 

c. six 

d. eight  


Ans- six  


Que- Which of the basic parts of a robot unit would include the computer circuitry that could be programmed to determine what the robot would do? 

a. sensor 

b. controller 

c. arm 

d. end effector  


Ans- controller  


Que- Which of the following terms refers to the use of compressed gasses to drive (power) the robot device? 

a. pneumatic 

b. hydraulic 

c. piezoelectric 

d. photosensitive  


Ans- pneumatic