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Present Status and Prospect of Artificial Reef in Thailand (태국의 인공어초 현황과 전망)

  • Kim, Dong-Sun;Kheawwongjan, Apitha
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.153-158
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    • 2008
  • Artificial reef in Thailand was trend to deploy and development artificial reef program to enhancing fisheries product and also use artificial reef for solve coastal problem. Artificial reef in Thailand was present in type of shallow water artificial reef by use concrete dice as dominant structure. To development artificial reef program for more benefit such as deep water artificial reef program that might provide more fisheries product for commercial fisheries and apply for use in many purposes especially for manage coastal environment in Thailand can be suggestion by cases of study. But all of that have to use more knowledge and concerning from government and organization that was responds in artificial reef program to decide the future of artificial reef program in Thailand.

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The Origin of Artificial Species: Genetic Robot

  • Kim Jong-Hwan;Lee Kang-Hee;Kim Yong-Duk
    • International Journal of Control, Automation, and Systems
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    • v.3 no.4
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    • pp.564-570
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    • 2005
  • This paper provides a basis for investigating 'The Origin of Artificial Species,' as a robot can be considered as an artificial creature. To design an artificial creature, its general internal architecture is presented and its artificial chromosomes are proposed as its essential components. Rity as an artificial creature is developed in a virtual world of PC to test the world's first robotic 'chromosomes,' which are a set of computerized DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) codes for creating robots (artificial creatures) that can have their own personality, and can ultimately reproduce their kind, or even evolve as a distinct species. The effectiveness of the artificial chromosomes is demonstrated by implanting the genetic code into two Ritys living in a virtual world, in order to define their personality.

Cognitive and Behavioral Intelligent Artificial Liferobot

  • Zhang, Yong-guang
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.154.1-154
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    • 2001
  • The paper describes a new type of robot called "artificial liferobot" which is able to learn, make decisions, and behave by itself based on a brain-type computing technique called "artificial brain". The artificial liferobot has self-learning ability from the environment by the interactions between human being and it. The artificial brain makes the artificial liferobot to behave by itself with its intensions like living things as human being. We briefly introduce one attempt of our researches for developing cognitive and behavioral intelligent artificial liferobot in out laboratory. One of our purposes is the development of the artificial liferobot, which plays an Important role in taking care of elderly and infirm people in a rapidly aging society.

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A Study on Industrial Potential of Artificial Intelligence through the Cases of Film and Artificial Intelligence Art (예술에서 살펴본 인공지능의 미래 산업화 가능성 - 영화와 인공지능 예술을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Hee-Young
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.423-452
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    • 2018
  • The possibility of future industrialization of artificial intelligence was studied through aspects of artificial intelligence art and movie. The field of artificial intelligence is developing by imitating humans through past and present, so it can be inferred that it is important to grasp the future image presented in movie and artificial intelligence art. Human values are represented differently in artificial intelligence films and arts. Artificial intelligence film and art are concerned with the external and internal aspects of human values, respectively. The AI movie looks at similar external aspects in human and AI shape and function, but artificial intelligence art deals with human alienation and lack of communication due to artificial intelligence technology development. Artificial intelligence in movies is a direction to visualize the imagination for artificial intelligence technology, and artificial intelligence art is expressed in the way of making and implementing works using technology. The future of artificial intelligence, which we have shown in imagination in movies today, is being realized technologically. Artificial intelligence art reflects the problems of artificial intelligence technology that can be appeared through current technology, and human problems that may arise from artificial intelligence technology development. Movies and artificial intelligence art reflect the current problems, and through them we can see the future of artificial intelligence. The future of artificial intelligence in movies is an artificial intelligence service that provides human convenience, cyborg artificial intelligence industry, industry that uses exoskeleton robot and exoskeleton suit, and artificial intelligence secretary. If we look at the future of artificial intelligence through the artificial intelligence art in terms of the problems of artificial intelligence technology and the problem of human value, there are artificial intelligence to learn from trial and error or mistakes, self-expression and communication by lifelogging, recovery of miscommunications by a reflective thinking, and an expansion of the area of artificial intelligence artist through human uncertainty. The future industrialization potential of artificial intelligence as study through aspects of artificial intelligence art and movie is an industry that extends the five senses, an industry that improves the insufficient physical ability of the human, an industry that enhances the physical ability of the human being, and an industry that maintains psychological and mental well-being.

An Analysis of the Influence of Block-type Programming Language-Based Artificial Intelligence Education on the Learner's Attitude in Artificial Intelligence (블록형 프로그래밍 언어 기반 인공지능 교육이 학습자의 인공지능 기술 태도에 미치는 영향 분석)

  • Lee, Youngho
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.189-196
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    • 2019
  • Artificial intelligence has begun to be used in various parts of our lives, and recently its sphere has been expanding. However, students tend to find it difficult to recognize artificial intelligence technology because education on artificial intelligence is not being conducted on elementary school students. This paper examined the teaching programming language and artificial intelligence teaching methods, and looked at the changes in students' attitudes toward artificial intelligence technology by conducting education on artificial intelligence. To this end, education on block-type programming language-based artificial intelligence technology was provided to students' level. And we looked at students' attitudes toward artificial intelligence technology through a single group pre-postmortem. As a result, it brought about significant improvements in interest in artificial intelligence, possible access to artificial intelligence technology and the need for education on artificial intelligence technology in schools.

Introduction to a Novel Optimization Method : Artificial Immune Systems (새로운 최적화 기법 소개 : 인공면역시스템)

  • Yang, Byung-Hak
    • IE interfaces
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.458-468
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    • 2007
  • Artificial immune systems (AIS) are one of natural computing inspired by the natural immune system. The fault detection, the pattern recognition, the system control and the optimization are major application area of artificial immune systems. This paper gives a concept of artificial immune systems and useful techniques as like the clonal selection, the immune network theory and the negative selection. A concise survey on the optimization problem based on artificial immune systems is generated. The overall performance of artificial immune systems for the optimization problem is discussed.

Exploring Elementary School Students' Image of Artificial Intelligence (인공지능에 대한 초등학생들의 이미지 탐색)

  • Shin, Sein;Ha, Minsu;Lee, Jun-Ki
    • Journal of Korean Elementary Science Education
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    • v.37 no.2
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    • pp.126-146
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    • 2018
  • The current study explores students' views about artificial intelligence (AI) through analyses of their drawings and perceptions. The data were gathered from a total of 177 elementary school students. The constant comparative analysis was used as the data analysis method. Based on the result, the current study found that students' views about artificial intelligence were constructed into two distinct dimensions: form and relationship. The form dimension, students' views about artificial intelligence were categorized into human, household goods, machine, smart computer, electronic chip/algorithm, or the hybridized form related to the game of go such as AlphaGo. On the relationship dimension, students' views about artificial intelligence were categorized into servants, friends or enemy. Given the combination of two dimensions, the current study found two noted patterns. The first, students who viewed artificial intelligence as human form perceived artificial intelligence as a friend or an enemy. However, those who viewed artificial intelligence as non-human form perceived artificial intelligence as a servant or an enemy. Based on these results, educational implications related to the preparation of artificial intelligence era for elementary science education are discussed.

Seoul PACT : Principles of Artificial Intelligence Ethics and its Application Example to Intelligent E-Government Service (인공지능 윤리 원칙 Seoul PACT를 적용한 지능형 전자정부 서비스 윤리 가이드라인)

  • Kim, Myuhng Joo
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.117-128
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    • 2019
  • The remarkable achievements of the artificial intelligence in recent years are also raising awareness about its potential risks. Several governments and public organizations have been proposing the artificial intelligence ethics for sustainable development of artificial intelligence by minimizing potential risks. However, most existing proposals are focused on the developer-centered ethics, which is not sufficient for the comprehensive ethics required for ongoing intelligent information society. In addition, they have chosen a number of principles as the starting point of artificial intelligence ethics, so it is not easy to derive the guideline flexibly for a specific member reflecting its own situation. In this paper, we classify primitive members who need artificial intelligence ethics in intelligent information society into three : Developer, Supplier and User. We suggest a new artificial intelligence ethics, Seoul PACT, with minimal principles through publicness (P), accountability (A), controllability (C), and transparency (T). In addition, we provide 38 canonical guidelines based on these four principles, which are applicable to each primitive members. It is possible for a specific member to duplicate the roles of primitive members, so that the flexible derivation of the artificial intelligence ethics guidelines can be made according to the characteristics of the member reflecting its own situation. As an application example, in preparation for applying artificial intelligence to e-government service, we derive a full set of artificial intelligence ethics guideline from Seoul PACT, which can be adopted by the special member named Korean Government.

Feasibility Study of Artificial Soil Production with Sludge and Utilization for Agriculture (슬러지를 이용한 인공토양 생산 및 농자재화 가능성 연구)

  • 김선주;윤춘경;이남출
    • Magazine of the Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers
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    • v.39 no.5
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    • pp.64-70
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    • 1997
  • Sludge is generated in the process of water and wastewater treatment, and it has been causing various problems environmentally and economically. The firing technology in pottery industry was applied to the sludge treatment, and the final product was called artificial soil. For the production of artificial soil, lime and chabazite was used as additive, and the mixed material was thermally treated in the firing kiln at $300^{\circ}$ temperature for about 15 minutes. The physico-chemical characteristics of the artificial soil was analyzed and it showed that the artificial soil could be used as a soil conditioner for farmland. The concentrations of the toxic heavy metals in the artificial soil were lower than those in the soil quality standard for farmland. It was high in permeability, total nitrogen and total phosphorous concentrations and surface area of the artificial soil compared to the common field soil. Preliminary cost analysis showed that the sludge treatment cost for artificial soil was less than the disposal cost in the current landfill disposal method. This study illustrated that the artificial soil production process can be a feasible alternative for sludge treatment, and produced artificial soil may he applied to farmland without causing significant adverse effect. Further study is recommended for practical application of the system and verification of the longterm effect of the artificial soil on farmland.

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Vegetation Structure and Ecological Restoration of Disturbed Forest due to Artificial Plant (인공식재에 의해 교란된 산림의 식생구조 및 생태적 복원기법)

  • Bae, Byung-Ho;Yoon, Yong-Han;Kim, Jeong-Ho
    • Journal of Environmental Science International
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.701-710
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate the vegetation structure and ecological restoration of disturbed forest due to artificial plant. To this end, 12 plots were set up and surveyed. The result analyzed considering mean importance percentage(M.I.P) showed that the types were divided into three groups which are artificial planted forest type(three plots), natural forest-artificial planted forest type(four plots), natural forest type(five plots). Dominant proportion of artificial planted species were as follows: artificial planted forest type was over 60%, natural forest-artificial planted forest types were 14~49%. The range of Shannon's index of all associations was from 0.7131 to 0.7771(natural forest-artificial planted forest > natural forest > artificial planted forest). Also we suggested restoration method of vegetation for ecological value as follow: Control of density considering step and Remove of Pinus koraiensis seedlings of understory layer and shurb layer.