Last time, we started with our introduction to adding Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to your applications at LearnCPlusPlus.org and, once again, we’ve lots of new posts. In this set of articles we try to explain what is A.I. and how we can use it to add power to our own applications. This is also a good introduction to Artificial Intelligence Technologies for those who want to learn AI in C++. Artificial Intelligence is a particularly hot topic right now in the field of Computer Science. When we search for A.I. examples in C++ it is really hard to find simple explanations. The main aim of our posts is to give the basics of AI from scratch. We will try to make these as easy to understand as possible. These posts are also a good introduction to the related field of Neural Networks (ANN).
Using A.I. in your own Windows, Mac and mobile programs is a lot easier than you might think. There are so many APIs and SDKs available and many of them add extremely powerful new capabilities to our own code in quite easy to understand and use ways. The available A.I. services are expanding in what feels like a daily set of arrivals and they arrange from useful things with a definite business purpose such as image enhancement, object recognition or speech translation to more fun things like turning selfie photos into cartoons or replacing one person’s face in an image with another!
A little about the A.I. code examples
While code examples are specifically for C++, most are also compatible with the C language. This means you can use these models on small microarchitecture devices like IoTs, Arduino, or STM32 chipsets and other devices with C or C++ compilers. This is one of the great things about C and C++ – the very widespread availability of hardware and operating systems your C/C++ programs can run on.
Some quality C++ examples describing how to use A.I.
Here are some of the topics that we pickled from the AI Techs section
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence in C++
- A Simple Artificial Neuron Model in C++
- Very Simple Artificial Neural Network Example in C++
- Structure-Based Simple Artificial Neuron Model in C++
- Array-Based Simple Artificial Neuron Model in C++
- Class-Based Artificial Neuron Model in C++
- Learn About Self Regularized Non-Monotonic (Mish) Activation Function
We will continue to give more C++ examples about how to use AI Technologies in our AI Tech series. Please keep following our LearnCPlusPlus.org web site for the latest posts and updates. Also please comment and share them with your colleagues, students, members.
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